Don’t let the short walk down the alley keep you from this fun and funky eatery. We didn’t have reservations, but went early enough they were able to accommodate us. And we are so glad they could. The wine list is varied and appears to have something for everyone; we decided to let our waiter direct our choices to go with the plates we wanted to try. We started with Kalamata & Sundried Olive Tapenade and a bright river stone Albarino for me, my husband asked for a red and was delighted with the Garnacha. We snacked on Crispy Chickpea while we waited on the Goat Cheese and Beet Salad (YUM, I loved this dish), we rounded out the evening with some of the heartier plates; Pork Belly with Quails egg & Mushroom Ketchup and Albacore Tuna, Lime, Cilantro, Coconut Ceviche. What an adventure for our taste buds and the cozy eatery gives you the opportunity to make new friends.
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