We like Tapas and were happy to find good reviews for 315 and were eager to give it a try. It did not disappoint. We chose an table on the deck as the evening temperature was pleasant, but as we passed through the dining room we noted that this charming old home had been very nicely decorated and designed for a restaurant. The drink menu was fun to read as each drink had a snappy, clever title and unique ingredient lists. The attentive waiter was more than happy to help us decide; We tried the Genevieve's lemonade, Tuscan pear, a spicy strawberry daiquiri and a chocolate mousse martini for desert. For salads we had the 315 house and the Tuscan---both were excellent and large in portion, but know that the Tuscan is quite spicy (I was warned -- so no complaint here). For tapas, we enjoyed Papas Arrugadas, the potato cakes, the 315 Empanadas and the Gougère Pot Pie. With the exception of the empanadas, which were average, the rest were very very tasty. We ordered all this thinking that tapas are usually small. we couldn't finish most of these because the servings are very generous to be called Tapas. So we would advise you finish one plate before ordering another as you won't leave here hungry. We hope to go back and try some more stuff on the menu---much of which looks great. Service was exceptional. Highly recommended,
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