Great, eclectic atmosphere and excellent tapas. My wife and I shared 7 dishes and 2 deserts (maybe a little overkill) and everything was creative and different with a good level of spice and heat throughout. The highlight dish was probably the florida white shrimp in "agua diablo" with banana and almonds - a mix of fun and surprising flavors. Portion sizes were good for NYC tapas and the desserts were larger than expected (the chocolate peanut butter sundae with strawberry sorbet was on point). One dish to skip is the guacamole that was offered to us before we'd even seen the menu (As server is stepping away: "Some guacamole to start? Me: "Uhhh, sure?"). We noticed this happen to all the tables around us too. The guac is average and there were other "Snack" items we would have preferred to try. Our server was also not the most helpful or friendly (reason for only a "very good" rating), but the other staff was great and our interactions with our busser/food runner were much better.
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