Bringing tapas uptown, this Spanish-inspired eatery is a chic yet casual place to drink imported wines and share a few small plates. The Tapeo version of the classic patatas bravas (fried potato cubes) served with a spicy tomato sauce and aioli is always a good choice, as are the roasted vine tomatoes and the grilled chorizo. For an unforgettable meal, book the chef's table in the open kitchen, where you can watch the action and get special attention; there's seating
for 18 people. For dessert, order the house churros, the Spanish equivalent of donuts, dusted with sugar and served with a side of warm chocolate sauce for dipping; a true classic!