This is a new and quite excellent Spanish tapas restaurant in booming Rappahannock County VA. The chef is from Spain and really knows his ingredients, many of which, our waiter informed us, come all the way from that country, including the divine mussels which are from Galacia. We stuck with the tapas part of the menu which is quite varied with both hot and cold dishes but there are also many full meals from the large menu selection. We chose 5 tapas [the mussels, marinated shrimp, fried goat cheese balls, a delicious potato salad with olive and asparagus wrapped with smoked salmon]. Desserts required discipline - we had the milles feuilles with strawberries and cream which, though a large portion, was very light.
Service could be a bit more polished [they need to figure out the plate issue - when to bring a fresh one, when to removed used ones, etc -] but this is a young new restaurant and the kinks will get worked out.