The fifth of a small local group of tapas restaurants, this 2008 branch of Lateral is perfectly situated in Plaza Santa Ana to offer a sleek, cocktail bar look for diners making the rounds of the square. The menu consists of all the greatest hits of Spanish tapas along with innovations like melted brie with air-dried ham, vegetable tempura with a yogurt dipping sauce, and a ham-encased roll of salmon, cheese, and caramelized apple served on toast. It’s just inventive enough to encourage you to drink gin and tonic or a cosmo instead of beer and wine.