My husband and I ate here on a Thursday night. We arrived at 6:00 pm and were seated immediately. We opted for the tapas trio sampler to split, whereby you pick three tapas from their entire list of between 15 and 20. (We WANTED to choose about 15 of them!). We got the lobster croquettes (came with 2), the beef empanadas (came with 2), and the sea scallops casserole. These three items, plus bread and butter, comprised our whole meal. We could have easily added a fourth tapas. Instead, we each had dessert. That plus one glass of wine and one beer ended up costing about $80 with tip. The food was good but the tapas could have been served hotter (in temperature).