You won’t be disappointed by Meson Sabika (formerly known as Emilio’s Tapas Restaurant). The location lovely: a restored mansion from 1847 on a wooded estate. Inside the restaurant the decor is reminiscent of a European villa with intimate dining rooms, lace curtains, hand painted murals, vases, and ceramics. On nicer nights, you can eat outside on the brick terrace, whilst overlooking the gazebo, landscaped grounds and oak trees. But the food will be your delight. Though there’s usually a wait, order something from the full-bar and walk around the grounds until your table is ready. Spanish/Mediterranean fare is served Tapas – i.e. appetizer-size portions to share from 2-3 people at a table. Choose from cold tapas (such as salmon on toast points), soups and salads (black bean soup with chorizo), hot tapas (bacon wrapped dates in red pepper sauce), and more! So unique and the food is prepared to please!