If there ever was a brunch worth getting really painful sunburn on your shoulders for, it’s this one. Terra Plata’s rooftop garden and Spanish breakfast makes us slather on the aloe vera and do it all over again. This place also makes eating potato chips (with white truffle salt and pecorino-chive creme fraiche) before 11am not only acceptable, but also entirely necessary. If you can’t scrape yourself out of bed for brunch, you’ll want to scrape yourself out of bed for Monday paella nights.
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Part wine bar, part bottle shop, part restaurant, Bar Ferdinand is a flexible Cap Hill spot worth knowing about for many situations.
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Tarsan I Jane
Tarsan I Jane is a Spanish restaurant serving dinner and Sunday brunch - both of which you have to buy tickets for. Both of which are worth it.
Herb & Bitter Public House
Herb & Bitter is a classier bar in Northern Cap Hill. The patio is great, and the tapas are good too.
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