We were drawn in by the luxurious ambience of the place. It was totally empty at dinner hour, so maybe that should have been our first clue. Server did his best and was quite good. Wine list is impressive , but it seems they don't have a lot of what is on it. Kitchen seems to be a LONG way from serving area. Server seemed to be traveling a long distance back and forth with wine and food. The chef's "tapas" amounts to 7 different cold snack items on toast crackers. We ordered a charcouterie platter, which had some nice things on it, but that was it. We love tapas...but this place doesn't know what it is.
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