For Spanish tapas in the city, it would be easy to go to José Andrés’ Jaleo, but while delicious, it lacks a certain ambience that Estadio excels at—that rustic, traditional Spanish vibe you might find in a tucked-away restaurant in Madrid. Estadio is small, and features 19th-century Spanish tile, Spanish marble, and reclaimed timber tables in a terra-cotta-hued dining room. The food adheres to traditional tastes, too. Try the wide assortment of Spanish quesos and embutidos (charcuterie). The dinner menu changes seasonally but might include roasted baby chorizos or garlicky shrimp ajillo. Estadio also overlooks busy 14th Street, making it perfect for people-watching, day or night.