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Palo Tapas Bar


3 Steeple St, Providence
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No, this College Hill bar isn’t as crowded and chaotic as somewhere in Seville or Granada, but Palo still does the tapas tradition justice. You won’t need to order much more than the tabla combinado (a plate of meats and cheeses) and a few other snacky things, like anchovies with guindilla and piquillo peppers, to feel full. And the cozy, pub-like interior is a great place to nurse a spritzy Rebujito with manzanilla sherry, cucumber tonic, and mint, or, if you’re feeling bold, an Industria that combines fernet, Chartreuse, vermut rojo, and lemon.

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