After all the designer dining rooms and frou-frou dinner plates, you owe it to yourself to visit this top-rate but down-to-earth tapas bar with a huge counter, several tables where you can stand and eat, and an upstairs dining room. You can get olives or a plate of patatas bravas, but you can also get more creative fare such as fried artichoke chips, mini-cutlets of rabbit loin with aioli, and the house-cured tuna. Great ingredients, imaginative preparation, and reasonable prices.