Cute tapas place making its home in the bustling NW district. The inside is nice, but it was EXTREMELY hot in there today, making it a little stuffy. They do serve Iberico ham (the acorn fed black-footed pigs of Spain), so I give an extra star for that. The service was friendly, but they give WAY too much info about the menu, the ham, the origin of the word Ataula - it was just a bit much. The food itself was a home run, especially the Iberico pork ribs served over the lavender corn. The star was the chorizo lollipops stuffed with goat cheese. Four drinks, four small plates and two tapas came to around $100. Worth a stop in, but I feel like there are better options in the area for the value.
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