We hadn't eaten at Aioli Bodega is quite awhile and were anxious to try it agan before bringing out of town guests back. What a great meal...a little bit of this...a little bit of that...that's what tapas are. The two of us ordered four plates plus the bread bits and garbanzo dip which is to die for and finished with two desserts. We got there at 6:00 and had our pick of tables...table for two in the window is great and by 7:00, the place was packed and noisy. Guitar music started at 7:00 and was not too loud unless you had the table next to him. My only complaint is that the wine list is outrageously expensive. We ordered a Pinot Grigio (the least expensive, but good) for $36 and looked it up on line where it retails locally for $11!! I expect restaurants to mark up wine but their prices are a bit out of line IMHO.
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