We enjoyed our tapas and experience at Contigo. While the chicken skewer appetizer and beet salad weren't really all that exciting or different, the entree albondigas (meatballs) and squash flatbread pizza were crazy good. I was surprised to find Isastegi cider on the drink list and even more surprised to find it was carb free (no clue how they remove carbs from an apple-based alcohol, but somehow...) It's VERY dry but if you like that, it's worth trying this import from Spain.
We initially skipped dessert because we weren't stricken by any of the menu descriptions...until we saw what our neighbor table ordered. The "hot chocolate" is not a beverage like you might think - here, it's served more like a thin fondue with churros to dip. They were delicious but of course you're left with a significant amount of chocolate "soup" after the few churros are gone and we weren't really into drinking/spooning the remainder. All in all though, a nice place specializing in local ingredients.
Be sure to make a reservation.
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