This restaurant is in the heart of a very "happening" area of Scottsdale, so be prepared to be parking challenged on a weekend - there is valet parking in the area, however. Otherwise, this was a very unexceptional tapas restaurant. We ordered five tapas and one soup to start...and, unlike every other Spanish restaurant we've dined at, all items arrived at the same time. Six plates on a two top, not counting the service plates, wine and water glasses...there was no room... Even our server was a bit surprised by this. And after all that, the food was okay but, sadly, nothing special. This is not to say I wouldn't ever go back, but there are quite a few other options in the area, so I'd probably give them a try first. Oh, and the night we were there they had a flamenco dancer and accompanying guitarists - they were definitely worth watching!
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