The place is small but cozy with a bar that seats around 5 people as you first walk in. Before six p.m. there is a great deal: a white and a red wine for $2.50 a glass. The wine isn't the greatest, but it is drinkable. The bread is pretty bad, though. The menu is a delight. There are a bunch of small plates, a few appetizers, some salads, and then a nice choice of mains. The trouble is that some of the portions were small while others were fine. The prices were usual for Portland. I believe the highest price for a main was $25 and the salads were around $12 each. The tapas are less expensive. It is obvious that the chef cares about the food as the sides went well with each dish. The service while friendly is a bit inept. It is a place I would go to again. One other thing: the place is very warm. The fans were going, but that didn't help.
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