Start your evening with a dinner reservation at Angelita, a spot that serves up Mediterranean dishes like pisto, made with olive oil, fresh vegetables (like peppers and eggplant), and herbs that come from the restaurant’s very own garden just outside of the city.
They have 70 wines by the glass and 600 by the bottle, and most of the food is a combination of Spanish and Mediterranean dishes, like scallops topped with bone marrow, artichoke, and chimichurri, and a really strong selection of local cheeses. Post-dinner, head downstairs to the hidden cocktail bar for some Saffron Penicillion, a smoking cocktail made from whiskey, saffron, lime, and ginger.
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