Alta

restaurants / Tapas

Lonely Planet review

This gorgeous townhouse highlights the neighborhood’s quaintness, with plenty of exposed brick, wood beams, flickering candles, massive mirrors and romantic fireplace glows. A small-plates menu of encyclopedic proportions cures indecision with the likes of succulent lamb meatballs, roasted snapper with artichoke puree, seared wild mushrooms, fried goat cheese, and squid ink paella. The wine list is outstanding, too.