You'll find lots and lots of innovative small plates, as well as overflowing paella pans at this popular South Lamar tapas bar.
Shawn Cirkiel's Airport Blvd. hot spot features Spanish tapas ranging from traditional to inspired. A strong beverage program features innovative cocktails, vermouth, and sherry.
Here diners are treated to European classics such as escargots in garlic butter, moules marinières, and steak frites all at shamefully reasonable prices.
Chef Jesse Curtis' freshly prepared, seasonal menu of tapas and desserts make this a hotspot. We also think it could be the sounds of Miles Davis wafting above us.
At this Lamar Union upscale eatery, the dinner menu reflects the influences of American, French, and Spanish/Basque cuisines adapted to many seasonal, local ingredients. There's also a playful spirit to the notable bar program.
This terrific tapas bar is truly a neighborhood spot. It's a good value, you can always get a table, and you can park. Menu items change with the seasons, but you can always count on a crudo of the day, as well as a few nightly specials.
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