Four starts for the food, which was very good; but from a limited (tapas) menu. This beautifully restored former bank building now offers tapas, wine tasting and an art gallery. There are two choices on wine flights, both of which change periodically as to what is offered. One flight offers a sampling of a selected local winery; the other a selected European domain. (Spanish wines were being offered when we were there.) The wine can also be ordered by the glass or bottle. The tapas consisted of a variety of local and European cheeses and charcuterie accompanied locally prepared produce (such a pickled asparagus olives and and the like) served with bread or croccantini. The wonderful ambiance makes it a great place to pass time when you are not looking for a full meal!
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