Sevilla moved into new digs in 2011, allowing a fresh look for this tapas bar, nightclub, and restaurant. Thursday through Sunday evenings, it's packed with youthful throngs who crowd the ground-floor bar for drinks, tapas, and live music. Others head to the downstairs club for classics from the Spanish kitchen and, on Saturday nights, professional flamenco dancing. The kitchen does a respectable job with the traditional shellfish and chicken paella (there are meat and
other seafood versions, too); other good choices are the highly flavorful saffron infused seabass and the roasted pork tenderloin. A new favorite is a trio of dramatically presented brochetas, or skewers, of spiced shrimp, Spanish sausage, and steak with mushrooms and onions.