Almost hidden on 14th street between 7th and 8th is a wonder of a restaurant. You walk down steps and down a hallway and enter something straight out of Spain, a plain room with a group of men sitting at formica tables, munching, talking and watching futbol. Make a sharp turn to your right and enter a small, rustic, cosy room and enjoy some real Spanish delights.
My wife was a bit shocked when we entered and was sceptical of what the menu would bring, but I ordered an Estrella Damm beer and we selected some boquerones, patatas bravas, alcachofas fritas, sardinas a la plancha, and gambas. Now, I have been to many Tapas Bar before, and usually they have been good and mostly they have been fancy, but this food was magnificent, simple, fresh, perfect. Though we were stuffed we had another order of the gambas.
I had another beer and with tip we paid $78.
The paella and zarsuela and other delights on the full menu will call us back to try.
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