Great, festive vibe after a day touring philly! Lots of locals. Delicious drinks and lobster and seafood paella!
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Nice restaurant essentially across the street from the American revolution museum. The food, service, and atmosphere were all very good. Some of the food was very salty -- I think that's authentic Spanish, but it may not be to everybody's taste. On the higher end...More
We didn't want a heavy dinner, and we were able to make a last minute reservation for early evening. Our server suggested that we order three plates for each of us, but five plates for three people was the magic number. We adored the manchego...More
Attended a business dinner here where the host business took over the whole place for about 140 of us. They passed heavy appetizers, had a charcuterie platter, and offered suckling pig, paella, and inventive flatbread pizza. Also, white and red sangria. All was so incredibly...More
A party of ten of us went out for dinner after a long two days of work. We started with sangria all around and ordered the chef’s choice and wine pairings to keep it simple and focus on unwinding together. The service was excellent. Highlights...More
My wife and had lunch here several years ago, and returned for dinner. We had an excellent meal. Five tapas dishes was plenty for the two of us; younger and/or larger people might want one or two additional plates. Flavors were distinctive and varied. Wine...More
Yowch. Two visits ago, it wasn't that good. This last time - emphasis on LAST - it was downright inedible. Repulsive. To make matters worse, my wife requires a low-salt diet. I don't. Even though we specifically alerted our server, all of our food -...More