We stumbled on this place, having stumbled on Atlanta. A great city and this place was the best. After two weeks of American gut busting portions we wanted somewhere with the good food we'd had in smaller portions and this place was it. We got to taste all sorts of incredible tapas. Excellent wine list. And impeccable service from Michelle who did not rush us, spent time to talk despite being only waitress on duty. A great night. Highly recommended.
Outstanding tapas restaurant. Way to go chef. The paella was different and out of this world. Out was all good. We sat in the open air portion of the restaurant to really get the midtown fun atmosphere. Service was superb. Casual, nice atmosphere. Great after work place.Will definitely dine here again. Prices are fair. High chair available for toddlers. Contemporary atmosphere.
We had Saturday afternoon tapas here, as people going to and coming from Jazz Fest streamed by. Our server was very friendly and helpful, and overall our tapas were scrumptious. I would advise avoiding the calamari, it was not crispy. We loved the empanada de brisket, brie on toast, and watermelon salad. Definitely worth a stop if you want tasty food at a reasonable price.
Went today for Father's Day brunch and service was good. The food was basic. The waiter told us the shrimp and grits were not good and the ham was very salty. We got the ham and it was very salty. The pancakes were good. The turkey sausage lacked flavor and was watery. Nothing special here. There is a lot of competition for brunch in Atlanta and 10P did not make the cut.