This restaurant is on very spacious grounds and has a very large patio for outdoor dining which is a treat. I found the food to leave a lot to be desired. It is a Spanish influenzed tapas restaurant. The salad and artichoke heart warm meal (Salt de something) that I had were very fairly priced but the dressing on the salad was without taste and there was nothing distinctive about the vegetable plate, except there were lots of other vegetables and too few artichoke hearts. I think it should have had something else listed as the lead ingredient. I found the bean soup to be without spice and flavor. The patatas bravas (potatoes) were ok, not particularly spicey but they tasted good nonetheless. There is an extensive wine list with many Spanish varietals and vineyards and a full array of types and prices. The beers are all bottled and there is a good selection. With the 4 tapas meals and 1 beer, my meal came to $30 before tip, so the price was reasonable.