Just around the corner from Lincoln Center, our family of four went for an early dinner after a mid-day performance. The menu was traditional Spain with a modern flair. There is an extensive menu of tapas; we ordered 4 plates, and all were excellent. As each was served, the waiter briefly explained the dish. Each dish was large enough for a good taste for each of us. I especially enjoyed the migas and the mussels. The list of entrees is not lengthy, but included 4 variations of paella (including a vegetarian), as well as fish and meat dishes. I shared a seafood paella, which I enjoyed and my wife loved her grouper. All the entrees were served at the same time. Only one of us had room for dessert. Only negative is twice we had to ask for serving spoons for dishes. By the time we left, the restaurant was full and, a la Spain, lots of patrons sitting at the bar, drinking and sampling their tapas. The owner is an energetic young man who is engaging the patrons and concerned about their dining experience. Go and enjoy. We will return.
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