This Southtown place is so popular that we resorted to a 5:00 reservation after several weeks of trying to get a table. Hello, indeed. Paella (on the menu every Sunday) was a pure taste of Valencia, with perfectly cooked rice, well-seasoned seafood, and tiny bites of smoky, spicy chorizo. Tapas had the same authentic flavors and reminded us that tiny doesn’t mean boring. Checking all the right boxes were beef-and-chorizo meatballs, charred cauliflower with a Parmesan mayo, and baked goat cheese with piloncillo jam. Other notables: simple dining rooms, a cozy bar, local artwork on the wall, and a pleasant street-corner patio.