Noticed this place while walking on State Street during a recent visit and decided to give it a try. The restaurant has an interesting, inviting interior dedicated to the film industry complete with old movies playing behind the bar. Our group of three tried a number of dishes, including the wild mushroom soup on the menu and a soup special that evening that was squash based. Both were very good and much larger than I would have expected in a tapas bar--actually quite filling. We ordered the flatbread. It came to the table later in the meal, freshly baked and beautifully presented. Definitely a crowd-pleaser and, again, a large order for tapas. The shortrib with manchego mashed potatoes was excellent--a nice, lean cut of meat falling apart over creamy potatoes. The duck breast was also good, but I would give the nod to the shortribs. A beef empananda, patatas bravas and the spanish tortilla rounded out the meal, all of them very good. Good wine list with many reasonable options. Service was good and genuinely helpful in terms of advice in ordering, this being our first time here. Would definitely return.
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