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Toro Bravo

This small, Inner Northeast restaurant serves a long list of traditional Spanish dishes, from single bites of bacon wrapped dates to larger dishes like lamb chops a la plancha. We’d strongly recommend the chef’s tasting menu, which includes more than 10 courses and is only $50 per person. Just make sure you plan ahead, this spot usually has a wait for dinner.

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