Top-notch tapas in little West Yellowstone? Sí! Thank chef/owner Elena de Diego, originally from Spain, for the infusion of cultural diversity. Diners share traditional small plates, such as Spanish cheeses, patatas con salsa, cured meats, and tortillas Española, in a warm and intimate space decorated with art and tiles from de Diego’s homeland; on summer nights, grab one of the front-yard café tables. Paella is a standout, and well worth the 30-minute wait; you can order a pan for two ($37) or four ($75). Pair it all with one of the Spanish wines from the curated list.