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Like tapas? Head for La Boca, an intimate dining spot offering Spanish small plates infused with Chef/owner James Campbell Caruso's contemporary twists. Fresh, seasonal and local are important here... Read More
Like tapas? Head for La Boca, an intimate dining spot offering Spanish small plates infused with Chef/owner James Campbell Caruso's contemporary twists. Fresh, seasonal and local are important here with seasonal menu changes four to five times a year. There are always evening specials offered. In addition to the extensive tapas menu you will always find a few entrees including Local Flat-Iron Steak. Signature tapas I clude Grilled Artichokes, Boquerones (Spanish white anchovies marinated in white wine, garlic, and olive oil), and Patas Bravas (fried local fingerling potatoes with spicy sherry). The restaurant offers an extensive selection of Sherry and European wines, many available by the glass. For a more contemporary experience, try Taberna La Boca located just around the corner. Try the traditional Pintxos (Basque tapas) lined up on the bar.
- Best Restaurants: "Go for Happy Hour. Munch on selected half-priced tapas and enjoy wine discounts. While La Boca's Happy Hour is in the afternoon and perfect for a late lunch, Taberna's is from 6 to 7p.m. You can have a delicious dinner and not break the bank."
- Recommended as Best Restaurants Because: La Boca's Chef James Campbell Caruso has mastered the art of tantalizing small plates consistently offering diners a culinary visit to Spain