And to be able to eat such wonderful, fresh, interesting food, while drinking beautiful wines on a shaded patio. We hoped our young 'uns would like the cute little plates of food and tried to order "kid-friendly" dishes like the chicken croquetas and ham and cheese toasted sandwiches. Unfortunately for them, fortunately for us, they weren't interested in anything beyond the bread and toothpicks. While I'm not usually a big fan of Spanish food / tapas, everything we ordered was excellent. We were there mid-day when everything was laid back. I suspect that at night it must get super busy and a bit rushed. FYI: we ordered 4 dishes, 2 adult drinks, 1 kid drink and spent about $70.
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