This modern tapas restaurant is embracing the small plate, bringing an intriguing mix of flavors from Asian, European, and Latin cultures together to form something totally new. Run by the same team who owned the now-defunct Hugo's Bar & Kitchen, this restaurant is a step forward, embracing new tastes instead of updating old ones. The menu changes frequently, either to take advantage of an in-season ingredient or because the chef said so, so there's always something new to try. The signature creme brulee foie gras is almost guaranteed to be there, though, and isn't to be missed. Reservations are a good idea for this hip little tapas place, especially if you want to sit on their beautiful waterside patio.