We've been coming here since it was a somewhat dark mom and pop place. Now it's been renovated, has tables outside, a much nicer interior, and lots of young wait staff, very nice and eager to please. So it's even better. But it was always the tapas that brought us in, with the whole family - it's a family friendly place when the children are old enough to like real, tasty food - though, of course, they have very good pizza as well. The wines are always nice and not too expensive, so you can have a real tapas evening. If you order two or three tapas per person, all different, you will have a huge feast hovering between gourmand and gourmet! There are NO duds on the tapas menu, but maybe our favorite is stuffed calamari. If you want their wonderful paella, call ahead, because it takes a while to cook. It's very good, but it won't leave any room for tapas that night. We also recommend the gazpacho, especially in the summer time. If you like Spanish food, this is THE place to have a wonderful time without breaking the bank.
Pros: Lovely, wonderful tapas, reasonably priced!
Cons: None, really, unless you want to go really formal.