The name is kitschy cute, and it's jammed with partying Lincoln Parkers, so you might not think the food is a sell point—but you'd be wrong: expat Spaniards swear this is one of the best Spanish restaurants in town, and the colorful Mediterranean-style interiors encourage the fiesta feel. The large assortment of cold and warm tapas ranges from goat cheese croquetas to spicy potatoes with tomato aioli. It's worth checking out the entrée menu, too, for paella and
skewered meats. In warm weather six different flavors of sangria flow freely on the outdoor patio.