You should probably warned right off the bat that La Oliva isn’t a restaurant—it’s an entirely different dining experience. Showcasing simple, delicious Andalusian food paired with amazing wine and olive oils (three, to be exact), you’ll be taken for a culinary adventure that’ll definitely be one for the books. While La Oliva operates as more of a deli, the owner Francisco definitely knows how to show folks a wonderful time, and his culinary prowess and ability to explain both the food and the culture of Andalusia. It’s like edible cultural submersion! Be sure to make your reservations, and you’ll be in for a meal you won’t soon forget.
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