Our first time to dine here. We chose it because our favorite flamenco guitarist was playing and we had not heard him in a couple of years. The tapas we chose were nothing short of spectacular with the exception of the scallops which were only so-so. The wine list was very good but, as you might expect, focused on Spanish labels and varietals-something at which I have a sad disadvantage. But the wait staff was helpful in giving us advise. Service was great. Ambiance was near perfect. It would have been a perfect night except an elderly lady was too tanked-up to recognize she was louder than the amplified guitarist. Another patron had to go over to her table and ask her to dial it back in a very stern and cool way. We'd go back in a heartbeat.
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