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Posted by Lorraine on 06/07/2010
Go to Tria on Sundays for their "Sunday School" specials. They offer a certain uncommon wine, cheese, and beer that are nearly half off. Affordable and delicious foods. The prices are indeed cheap for the snacks and bruschetta, but be prepared for mostly non-meat combos (thus the cheap prices). I wish they served pate. Despite my wishes, this is one of my favorite places in the city :)
Posted by Tamiz on 06/03/2010
This place is very fun because the low-pricing, smaller portions, and variety allow for an eclectic, tapas-style meal. I have tried most things on the menu, all of which were executed perfectly except the tuna sandwich that was too salty and fishy. Everything else I had sampled was great! My favorites being the bruschetta varieties and the expansive, well-described, and well-priced cheese list. Also, the knowledgable staff will be happy to assist you in pairing your dish with a proper beer or wine!
Posted by Sinead on 01/08/2010
Terrific small plates and salads. Interesting ingredients. Very fresh. Very hip.
Posted by Brian on 08/02/2007
My wife and I have been to both Tria locations (there is a new one on 12th & Spruce). Both locations have the same food choices but the Spruce location is a bit more swanky. Tria uses very fresh and high quality ingrediants and the combinations are delicious. I only wish they had more variety or options on the menu - maybe some specials? Also, great selection of beers if you are a fan of higher quality brew. We'll be going back.
Posted by JB on 02/18/2007
It's an adorable corner wine bar perfect for a date or a night out with a couple friends. The wine selection is fabulous and the staff is incredibly knowledgeable and able to answer any questions you could have on their extensive menu of wines and cheeses. The food is also delicious (well priced) and served tapas style so you can do a snack or a meal.