My wife and I went for one of the monthly theme specials on a Friday night, paella and Flamenco music and dance. We had reservations for 6 pm for paella (required) and music on the patio. We arrived promptly at 6 pm and were told we would have a substantial wait, strike one. The restaurant was becoming crowded at that point and other parties were seated, mostly inside, while we waited at the bar with a cocktail. At 6:30 pm our table was ready. Normally this would not have ruffled our feathers but since we had been told that paella was a collective serving and was served at 6 pm , this meant we were going to be served late. When we sat down and the waitress came to take our order, we were asked whether we had reserved the paella as it was sold out. Yes, we had. It was served within minutes! No wine list, no bread basket (it was sold out but in the oven and would come soon). Strike two. So we started on our paella and waited for the wine to be served. Great Chilean wine but it would have been nice if an ice bucket had been offered since the outside temperature was warm. Never mind, we were thirsty and the water server was excellent. Now the bread came and it was delicious, hot from the oven, so remove that second strike please. The paella was very good though both of us had one mussel that was unopened and should not have been served. Otherwise a very nice dish and would be recommended especially if you get served right when it is ready. I know this is an authentic Spanish dish with imported components, saffron and Spanish chorizo, but I think they could have planned for more servings and not been so tight with their planning for their signature dish of the month. The music and dance were great and that put the evening into the plus category, erasing all but one star for the general poor organization given that the meal was expensive and a 5-star dining experience was expected. I would still give this restaurant another try during another theme night and overall it is quite a nice evening.