One thing about this place is that everyone seems to be having a good time! In good weather, they have some windows that open out to the outside so you can see the hustle and bustle of Moody Street go by. In all the times I've been, I've never ordered entrees but rather have ordered an array of cold and hot tapas. The quality is a mixed bag -- the tortilla is unspectacular, the beef tenderloin with chimichurri is very tender, the gambas (shrimp) al ajillo (with garlic) is too salty but the sauce soaks up well in bread, etc. etc. Of course it ends up being a bit expensive but not overly so if you don't go overboard (if everyone gets a drink and 2-3 tapas, it's about $25 per person plus tip. If actually pans out to have a bigger group and stick to 2 tapas per person). It's easy to overdo it on the drinks because they are very good (yummy sangria), and that's where the price can add up. The service is good, not great. Nicely decorated.