Spanish tapas, a bit pricy, good location hidden on a romantic cobblestone alley
Sit at a wooden wine barrel on the stairs and indulge in Spanish-style tapas and a selection of Spanish and Portuguese wines. The tapas, like the foie gras with green apples are a bit pricey for the size of plate that comes, but the variety and abundance of flavor makes up for it. If you’r particularly hungry, you can pay a bit more for shared plates for a minimum of 2 people that would easily feed three or four, like the entrecôte or the tuna. This spot is excellent for lunch, dinner with friends, and for tapas after hours, but the evenings it hosts live Spanish music and flamenco dancing is the best time to go. While you dine, try something off their excellent wine list of look on the chalkboard: they’ve got a lot of drinks listed there like mojitos and gin cocktails and they are all well made.