We had the albondigas (meatballs), bistek, papas, red snapper and tortilla espanola. Food was hot, great and at a good price. Waiter was pleasant , Jose Luis, and made some good wine recommendations. Wine over priced for Spanish wines, but it was "half price" which brought it closer to where it should have been; but still a bit high. Dinner and wine=$100.
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