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TreZe is another set lunch option you should check out—just make sure to reserve at the high-table bar section on Tuesdays, Wednesdays, and Thursdays. Yes, we know these stipulations make it more complicated, but much like trying to cancel your overpriced cable plan, we promise it’s worth it.

For under $20, you get a three-part appetizer which consists of three different tapas, a main course, which could be something like Iberian pork or fresh sea bream, a dessert, and a drink, like a glass of house wine, soda, or beer. There’s typically a lively lunch crowd of Spanish businesspeople and chatty local residents here, so if you’ve been looking for an excuse to test out your brushed-up Spanish, this is it.

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