Tapas de Espana starts dishing up small plates
Tapas de Espana, the Basque-region-inspired eatery located in the back room of El Senor Sol, opened today for its first run serving lunch and dinner.
As Lori Midson reported earlier this month, Tapas de Espana, 2301 Seventh Street, can fit about thirty people in the seating area and will be serving up -- what else? -- Spanish small plates, plus paellas, desserts and liquids, including sangria.
For information, call 303-455-2500.
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