Saturday night, not a good time for restaurants. The place was mostly empty, although we were there for an early dinner at 6:30 with friends who had been there before. Too dark to read the menu. Ordered a pitcher of Sangria for the table - watered down excessively. Times are tough - the bartender was waiting tables. Flamenco guitar and dancing did not seem appropriate for a dining venue. Perhaps if they had a separate bar? The paella was basic chicken and rice topped with a couple of overcooked shrimp, clams and mussels. It's tough in this economy, but $32 for sangria and the same for what passed for paella is outrageous. Not closed yet, but without some major changes, it may be soon.