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Splashy new Beverly Hills hangout, Tatel, offers guests dinner and a show with live music every night. Open for lunch, dinner, and Sunday brunch, order Spanish and Mediterranean-inspired fare like paella, a Spanish tortilla, and tuna carpaccio. For a non-ABV option, try the Once Upon a Thyme in Tatel, with raspberries, citrus, thyme, and grapefruit tonic.
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Since opening on Canon over the summer, the first U.S. outpost of the Madrid and Ibiza hotspot has gained equal buzz here thanks to its pro athlete pedigree (Rafael Nadal, Cristiano Ronaldo, and Pau Gasol are all involved), stylish space, and innovative Spanish dishes infused with California ingredients. Come Christmas Eve, diners can come in for a Spanish-influenced multi-course meal. Shareable appetizers for the table will feature Iberico ham, wild mushroom-and-chestnut soup, and Tatel’s signature Spanish bluefin tuna belly. Entrée choices include black truffle risotto; butter-roasted monkfish with manila clams and salsa verde; and a Wagyu rib roast. To top things off, guests get to share a few desserts including Tatel’s “world famous cheesecake” (which really does live up to the hype, we promise).
Dine in-details:$175 per person.