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401 S. Lafayette St. (Fourth St.) Send to Phone
248-543-1964
Tapas are the specialty here, along with four types of paella.

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Lunch Tues.-Fri., Dinner Tues.-Sun.
Open late Fri.-Sat.
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THIS RESTAURANT IS CLOSED Sangria Restaurant Review

: Tapas and paella are served in long, narrow rooms done up with Picasso-esque murals of café scenes and burgundy-covered tables. The space seats 160 (including a tiny bar) but has a more intimate feeling than that suggests. The array of tapas include olives marinated in paprika, garlic, onions and olive oil; baked goat cheese afloat in a light tomato sauce; roasted red peppers sparked with anchovies; and clams simmered in white wine. There are four varieties of paella, and it's important to note that one order is enough for three people. Try the house-made sangría to complement the fare. The wine list is divided by reds, whites and sparkling as well as regions of Spain and grape descriptions. A flamenco dancer entertains on Thursday evenings. The patio is heated and open in the cold months, so be sure to check it out.



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