Went to Alegria over the weekend for a friend's birthday. We decided to go as we were looking for a tapas restaurant and it was recommended to us by a co-worker. We all ordered a few small dishes to share so we were able to sample a lot of the menu. Overall the food was incredible. Highlights were the arancini, the prawn cocktail and the vitello tonnato. They offer sangria as well which is the perfect additon to a table full of tapas. My only criticism would be the ambiance. It's a beautiful restaurant but the music was at a very annoying level. Loud enough to know it was there, but not loud enough to tell what it was. A little bit louder would have been good as we were there to celebrate. Overall though a great night with exceptional food!