Our hotel told us about a guy playing music at the wine bar, so we strolled down and walked into a small, homey wine bar with some tables and chairs. We were welcomed and the wine list and tapas menu presented. We ordered a bottle of Moscato and had three tapas. I had the Humbolt Fog, Tomato Kalamata Tapenade, Pecan Basil Pesto and Crostini. The Felafel with harissa and cheese stuffing. My wife had the artichoke cheese mini-casserole with pita chips. All was good and tasty. And the live entertainment was just right.
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