Lunch on St Patrick's Day. Wonderful tapa dishes. Bacon wrapped dates. Cod cakes. Potato with artichoke and aioli, mussels with saffron broth. Do not miss.
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We were visiting the area and came here for dinner. What a treat! We actually sat in the adjacent Italian restaurant since the Tapas side was full; but we were able to order off both menus. We ordered the Eggplant Rollini, Paprika Beef Tenderloin, the...More
Best bartenders (and cocktails) in town. The tapas are great and the food is very good. On warm days, I like sitting outside to watch people go by.
We were looking for a nice lunch on a perfect day in WA last September, and to our surprise, up popped this unlikely little tapas bar on the main street. Not only was the service very good, but with many helpful suggestions! The small paella...More
I've reviewed this little bar and restaurant a number of times because we just love coming here. This was our first New Years Eve here though and it was fun and delicious. My wife began with a vodka Collins ($9.00) and I had a standard...More
Shared an amazing dinner of Paella, tapas (the sauteed spinach was so flavorful) and a delicious bread with a friend. The waitstaff was friendly and efficient and the ambiance was just right. Highly recommended.
OK, I get it. The idea is getting a variety of tastes of different dishes to share, not to gorge on a huge chunk of meat or bowl of pasta. It's a social event. And most of the dishes are pretty good. But the prices...More
Great lil tapas place! We tasted a variety of items on the menu... Baked Oysters, Tuna tartar salad, flautas, raclette, and, the Seafood / Chicken Paella! Everything was yummy! Hubby even joined me and shared a bottle of Malbec! 😁 Your constant companion, ~deirdra
Attracted first by the restaurant's name, we ended up ordering tapas. It's so nice to find good, varied tapas in a smaller town. Our favorite one involved bacon-wrapped shellfish, but everything was tasty, and one can order Spanish wine. It was crowded, but oyr bar...More