This is not a place for an official dinner. We had ham, cheese, bread, olive oil, and a flight of wine, which was enough of a meal for us for dinner, and all of which was delicious. Tapas consist mostly of a variety of cheeses and a variety of hams. Service was great. We were going to order a flight of wine for each of us, and the waiter talked us down to sharing one. He was right -- they were three full glasses. We are used to flights being small portions of each wine. He also helped us select a ham and a cheese, and when it got cooler out offered to bring me a blanket, since we were sitting outside along the wall with the view of the riverfront. A charming little place that was turning away people most of the time we were there. Not cheap, but a very nice, cozy little spot to relax.
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