The food at this West Town brasserie will make you feel like you’re eating on the coast of Spain. There are quality seafood options, like whole prawns, squid sausage and peas, and plenty of things with anchovies - and the non-fish dishes, like chorizo stuffed peppers and pintxos with jamon and manchego, are also really good. The space is casual, with a lot of neon accents and wood, and there’s a busy, crowded atmosphere. This is a good spot to visit with a group, or just a few friends after work. Especially if you’re sad you have no upcoming trips to Spain.