I love the interior of this Spanish tapas eatery near the Ferry. I always try to grab the table under the portrait of Cuban singer Compay Segundo.
AAA Inspector Notes
Across the street from the ferry terminal, this small, romantic eatery is well worth stopping in for lunch or dinner if making the sightseeing trip from Manhattan on the ferry. Tapas plates like succulent lamb chops, plantains, wrapped mango shrimp and garlicky ajillo are paired nicely with wine selections. The mood here is authentic Spanish and casual but still pleasantly refined. The restaurant is popular on weekends for brunch, with the steak and eggs in a mushroom sauce a flavorful favorite.