A very nice and cozy atmosphere with great but unpretentious food. We had the cheese selection with paired wines (excellent blue cheese and a riesling combo), a flight of sauvignon blancs, crab tacos, spinach salad, ribs, and the fig and prosciutto flatbreads. Loved the idea of tapas style small plates on some other cuisine than spanish.
The wine list I wish had been more local given the location in the wine country but i presume 2/6 european isn't too much. The tacos were mediocre but everything else was really tasty, especially the spinach salad. There were quite a lot of things in the menu i regret not trying but you can't really eat the whole menu in one night. They also kindly moved our reservation to earlier than originally booked. Overall, very nice and off quite good value.
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