La Bodega feels like a cozy neighborhood restaurant. Tables with red-checkered cloths are scattered in a number of small rooms. My review is limited to the small number of items that I tried. The sangria was tasty and loaded with fruit. Gambas al ajillo were as good as any I've had in Spain. I also enjoyed the artichokes with vinagrette, although the sauce seemed more like a Russian dressing. Strangely, you pay extra for bread which is a necessity to sop up the sauces. Otherwise, I thought the prices were unusually low for a tapas bar. And while I didn't try it, I was pleasantly surprised that a tapas version of paella was on the menu. What a great idea. The waitress was available when needed, but not intrusive. She encouraged me to sit as long as I desired. I had a very good cup of decaf expresso to finish off the meal.
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