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Tapas Castile

Kevin Marple

Tapas Castile



Nibble your way through a meal of pintxos and tapas at this spot that bridges contemporary and classic. (Tapas Castile’s co-owners have backgrounds at FT33 and Casa Rubia.) Bites include a classic toast of grated tomato with house-cured lardo; ethereal fried eggplant batons drizzled with honey. Don’t miss the wood-fired paella or the almond cake.

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