The upstart Spanish sister of beloved El Capataz presents classic and modern tapas across a spectrum of flavors. In the dining room, Spanish tiles and polished paella pans bracket adoring displays of high-end jamón. On the plate, skewered pintxos line up with pork belly and eggplant-stuffed piquillos. Toasted baguettes (montaditos) bear multiple toppings, but try the salt cod and potato. We’ll take the clever queso de cabra crujiente (crisp goat cheese medallions), kissed with hazelnut-orange honey. Hankering for an entrée? Try the New York strip bedded in an exquisitely balanced port-and-anchovy sauce. Dessert beckons with wicked cinnamon-dusted churros ready to be bathed in a pimentón-infused bitter chocolate. Spanish wines, craft beers, and inventive seasonal cocktails are on offer.