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Tapas

Tapas

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Published August 11, 2008

For those with a bit of money and time on their hands, the evening is well spent at Tapas, where you can spend away your evening feasting on course after course of miniature dishes served in true Spanish style. If you don’t feel like getting up right away afterwards, there’s also a lounge.


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