We visited on a Tuesday to take advantage of the half price tapas menu, which is also available on Thursdays. If you don’t already know, tapas are small, savory dishes perfect for sharing and are a great way to try something new.
Our party of three decided on beef empanadas ($6.30), garlic wild shrimp ($7.40), and a caprese basket ($6.45), which was my favorite, consisted of a baked puff pastry bowl layered with sweet tomatoes, tangy spinach, gooey mozzarella, and a zesty Argentine relish. The empanadas were brimming with well-seasoned minced beef baked in a flaky pastry crust. My husband was a big fan of the firm shrimp which were served in a garlicky broth.