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In late 2012, brothers Jose and Luis Varela took over a downtown Hollywood space and redecorated the eatery to reflect not old-world Spain but a more modern Spain. Liberal use of red paint and images of bulls add a dark, masculine, mysterious feel to the 200-seat space. The eatery offers a tapas-focused menu, with small shared plates that include everything from charcuterie to seafood, meat, and vegetables. Entrees include traditional Spanish dishes like zarzuella de mariscos and four kinds of paella. Most notably, it offers flamenco shows. Come only on the weekends when these are in full force and a boisterous audience brings the space alive.
Every day, during lunch the restaurant has deals on liquor, sangria, and beer.
From 8:00pm to midnight, ladies get free house drinks, wine, and domestic beers.
Starting at 11:00pm, every Thursday, Friday, and Saturday the bar has a live DJ.
In my short timing reviewing Broward County restaurants for the New Times it's been rare that chefs or owners have reached out, even for favorable reviews. Inedit owners Jose and Luis Varela sent us ... More »
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