This quaint spot was recommended by family members when I visited Long Island a few months ago. The atmosphere is lively, but the seating is a little hard (metal if I recall correctly). We ordered a number of tapas...I’ll identify the good and the bad.
The truffle fries were fair...so were the mussels, gnocchi frito, lamb chops, mini potatoes, lemon shrimp, shrimp scampi, and meatball. The best tapas are the tomato basil bruschetta and pork ribs. The sangrias are really good though...the peach and house sangria. All in all, this place is not the worst, nor is it the best. It’s similarly priced as other tapas spots, but you likely get a little less here so don’t come too hungry or you’ll spend some coin to satisfy your appetite. It’s definitely worth one visit, but nothing to write home about.