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The food, like the ambience, is authentically Spanish here, so get ready for pitchers of refreshing sangria, tantalizing tapas plates and perfect paella. Back to those tapas, we think you can’t go wrong with the tomato bread, spicy papas bravas, sweet peppers stuffed with cheese, and the unique meatballs and clam and mussels stew. Unless it's oppressively hot or looks like rain, take a seat on the front terrace with a view of the action on beachside Ashford Avenue, lined with bars, restaurants, shops, hotels and condos. Check for live flamenco shows and other performances, held on select Thursday and Sunday evenings.