A Victorian grain mill has been transformed into a tapas bar that would easily fit into a Catalonian town. Exposed stone walls are adorned by backlit art that’s reminiscent of Picasso. Design house Studio Munge has done up the space in wood on wood on wood, a Pantone book's worth of warm tones. Rather than read the wine list, look around the room; every wine on offer—all Spanish—doubles as decoration. Catalan import Chef Ramón Simarro is making modern tapas that reimagines tapas.
Subway: Union, then bus 121 E to the Distillery DistrictPhone 416/548-8055 Prices Lunch main courses $16–$24; dinner tapas $5–$28 Cuisine Type Spanish Web site Madrina
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