We had a great time last night at Tzin. The place is very very small so I would strongly recommend reservations to avoid disappointment. We had a reservation but the previous party hadn't finished yet so we got a spot at the bar and they served us our first round of wine and appetizer there before we were moved over to our table.
Really delicious food and very interesting wine choices.
They call their style tapas but really it is more of a small sharing-plate style. At up to $19, the prices make the dishes too expensive to be called snacks or appetizers, but the portions are still too small to call a main dish. For a dinner I would recommend 3-4 dishes between two people. The quality of the ingredients and the presentation made up for the portion size, and lots of the dishes are somewhat rich so a little goes a long way (e.g. braised bacon crostini).
Again, the wines were on the pricey side ($12.50 for a glass), but they compensate for that by offering an extra large 6 oz pour and the choices are really interesting and hard to find at other bars/restaurants. I tried two wines, one of which was suggested by the host, and was not disappointed. They also offer a small sampler size of 2 oz. for about $5-6 if you want to try a taste of numerous wines without going overboard.
Looking forward to going back!
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