This wooden, open air spot at the entrance to town has surprisingly sophisticated tapas, employing fresh seafood and fine cuts of meat, an adequate wine selection, and really great sangria. Try the fresh grouper and mahi mahi tacos, mushrooms stuffed with chorizo and cheese, or tempura shrimp in a sweet Thai sauce. The churassco and chicken kebabs here are also first rate. The place is small and often crowded, and there is always good music and conversation (the staff is super friendly). This is the “in” spot in La Parguera.