There's pleasure to be had in both quality and quantity, whether it's beer (one Belgian Trappist brew vs. a boatload of Natural Light), or women (a single supremely hot one vs. a boatload of natural heavies). Well, with tapas, you gotta have both, according to Bar Lata
From B44's Barcelona-born exec chef/owner, Lata's a walk-in tapas-and-only-tapas (50+ of them) joint, done up casually slick with a polished marble bar, 30ft communal table (plus a half-dozen 2-tops), and red walls adorned w/ artsy photos of gourmet food in "Lata", the tin cans for which the place is named. Plates range from $6-15, starting small with lime/cilantro octopus ceviche, grilled sardines w/ fennel & red onion, and oxtail in red wine sauce, before working up to grilled Angus steak in pungent chimichurri sauce, and a romesco-laden shellfish operetta (Prawn Giovanni?). There're also bar-only, toothpick-skewered "pinchos" for $2.50 (mini meats, cheeses, etc), and a 50+ bottle list of all-Spanish wine w/ stuff like a light/citrusy '07 Montebaco from Rueda, an oak-aged '02 Altun Reserva, and an '06 Petalos Bierzo, so deeply purple, it'll pen a song about a hotel fire that just won't die
On top of all that there's three cavas, three sherries, and Estrella Damm, Weihenstephaner Hefe Weisse, and nine other high-end draft/bottled beers -- a marriage of quality and quantity so effective, it'll ensure you're pulling neither.