Jaume de Provenca is very popular among the locals due to its extensive wine cellar and the fact that it makes all of its meals from market fresh produce. The end result of careful kitchen preparation is food that combines quintessentially Spanish and Mediterranean flavors into a seasonal menu of items like duck foie gras, crab salad with prawns and ginger infused mint, and pasta with Champaign and truffles. Come see why Zagat reviews have dubbed the cuisine here, “Some of the best food in town”.
Chupitos ("shots" in English) is a bar that specializes in none other than, well... shots. When you... Read more