Sevilla was opened in 1987 by Spanish born owners Rogelio and Janet Huidobro, who constructed the Sevilla Concept from the traditional and authentic ambiance of Spain. Sevilla started as a small Tapas Bar and became popular immediately, with its’ popularity and success growing steadily since.
Sevilla is best known for combining three distinct environments under one roof: the authentic Tapas Bar, the casually elegant dining room featuring award- winning Spanish cuisine, and the lively nightclub with live music and dancing seven nights a week. At the heart of Sevilla’s entertainment program is the weekly Flamenco Dinner Show, featuring the best authentic Flamenco and gypsy musicians and dancers in Southern California.
Executive Chef Errol LeBlanc
Errol joined the team at Cafe Sevilla in 2013 after competing on the Food Networks’ “Chef Wanted with Anne Burrell”. After 3 days and 4 culinary challenges, he came out on top as the Executive Chef for Sevilla’s three locations. LeBlanc came from the culinary world within Las Vegas, after opening up the restaurant portion of the Mandalay Bay, The Paris, and Green Valley Ranch. He also owned his own restaurant, R.E Tapas Kitchen and Lounge.
Le Blanc is currently bringing his perspective of avant-garde cuisine and Spanish culinary trends to the traditional base of Sevilla’s concept, marrying the new and the traditional with effortless precision..
Award winning menu
Sevilla’s menu has maintained it’s traditional concept since its’ inception in 1987. It began as a more casual tapas bar, specializing in the small “pintxos” that one can pick and choose from the bar display. Now Sevilla serves over 40 tapas from regions all over Spain, and 6 paellas that include a blackened squid ink or spicy option.
Tapas style dining is fun and interactive, and cultivates sharing between guests. Join our family here at Café Sevilla, and be transported to an evening away in Spain!