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Bar Raval, located in Little Italy, is a truly unique and exemplary Spanish tapas bar. Step in to this restaurant and bar and you will immediately feel as if you have been transported elsewhere. The decor of this eatery is inspired by Spanish architect Antoni Gaudí's ornate style. The variety of tapas offered here is sure to surprise and excite you. Enjoy perfectly crafted cocktails based on Spanish tastes and relax as you enjoy a delicious meal at Bar Raval.
Lee opened its doors in 2004 and is owned by celebrated chef Susur Lee. Its black and pink decor is highlighted by velvet-rose banquettes and dim lights. This upscale Asian fusion restaurant has a menu set for small plates meant to share with your friends. Savor their Mexican Goat Cheese Tart, Crispy Shoe String Potato, Lentil and Quinoa Croquettes, Singaporean-style Slaw, Caramelized Black Cod, Spice Crusted Diver Scallop, Assam Thai Satay and Korean Style Marinated Beef Striploin. Round it off with desserts like Vanilla Bean Crème Brûlée and Pear Tart. Complement your meal with signature cocktails and wine.
You're vacationing and want to try something risky, something new. Well, look no further - Bar Isabel, located in Little Italy, serves some of the best Spanish cuisine that includes such unique dishes as roast bone marrow and tongue on brioche. The restaurant is always buzzing with people, creating a warm atmosphere that is highlighted by the dimly colored lights that hang from the ceiling. Without a doubt, a meal at Bar Isabel guarantees a lovely night out on the town.
Mezzetta Restaurant and Tapas Bar is a charming eatery in St. Clair West. Opened in 1991, it specializes in Mediterranean inspired mezzes that will suit any palate. These include dishes like Tabouli, Sultan’s Stew, Herbed Eggplant, Fried Yams, Cheese Boureka, Kebab Fingers, Smoked Sally, Potatoe Moussaka and Vine Leaves (spiced Basmati rice and herb-minced beef wrapped in vine leaves with dill and garlic yogurt). Round off your meal with decadent desserts such as Beirut Baklava and Apricots in Cream.