Eclipse di Luna Park Place
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Eclipse di Luna Park Place Restaurant Review: Chef Ofer Ayal directs the cooking at this location of Eclipse di Luna, where he interprets the flavors and dining style of Spain and Latin America in small plates and paella. There are several versions of paella, including a vegetarian option, and they're enough for at least two persons. Dining solo, consider the mussels, the costillas (ribs) in balsamic vinegar sauce, grilled bacon-wrapped chorizo with dates and blue cheese on skewers, and good fried calamari (with tentacles) and supposed pico de gallo, but it's actually more like a chopped tomato salad. Spanish influences on the menu are a grab bag of regionalisms (like rostizado), but that reflects the Spanish-Latino nature of the offerings. Wines are not especially out of the ordinary, but the Verdejo is a good choice with all the seafood dishes. A selection of Spanish cheeses makes an apt dessert.