Tapas and wine are on the menu at this little piece of Barcelona in downtown’s revamped Market Square. We loved the Matrimonio, featuring the restaurant’s namesake: salty Cantabrian anchovies served on crunchy bread smeared with a creamy lemon butter and topped with sliced cucumbers. However, the charred beef tartare, served with capers and covered with a mound of snowy, finely grated Manchego cheese, was out of this world. The extensive wine list (mostly Mediterranean with a heavy dose of California) is what you would expect from an in-house advanced sommelier, and our server skillfully paired our tapas with sips from the thirty bottles available by the glass.