I did have lunch there today. It’s kind of odd, because the tapas aren’t what you normally see, not quite Spanish, more fusion-y. I had a muffalata, thick with ham and prosciutto and a nice tapenade that included artichoke and red pepper in addition to the olives, on a good ciabatta roll. I’ll be back to try some of the other dishes.
They don’t have a website, and the prices are a dollar more than those listed on the menus posted on Yelp. Still, $8.00 was a good price for an excellent sandwich.