First, the wine. All of the bottle selections are out on the floor or in the coolers. You find what you'd like and bring it to the table. All the wines are priced for carry-out so add $10 corkage to whatever you see on the label. There is a more limited BTG selection as well which is served as normal.
Excellent selection of wines at really reasonable pricing. All major regions are well represented throughout all different price points. I had an excellent Austrian Gruner Veltliner for about $30 and a grower Champagne for $45 (after the corkage).
(PRO TIP: If you know you are going to have more than one bottle with dinner, pick them all out first and bring them to the table. The place gets crowded and you don't want to have to keep getting up to go hunting for wine. Also, if you pick out more than you need, you can just put it back later. No harm, no foul.)
Food: A huge selection of tapas (cold and hot). I would describe the the food as Spanish/Cuban/Argentinian. The bacon wrapped dates were ridiculous. (We ordered more.) Spanish omelette with chorizo. The "meat" appetizer board wasn't your typical charcuterie, it was big hunks of chorizo, chicken, pork loin, churrasco, and blood sausage.
There were 6 of us and we ate until we were stuffed, had three bottles of wine, and the total was about $40pp. Totally worth it. I wanted to go back the next night.
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