Despite the name, Cafe Olé’s menu is more of a nod to Middle Eastern food than Spanish cuisine. The reasonably-priced menu offers a variety of mezze (Mediterranean small plates), kabobs and Panini, alongside more than two dozen wines by the glass and several craft beer options on tap. A curvilinear bar makes for interesting indoor seating, while a scatter of tables throughout the space give ample room to other diners. A small patio is the perfect place to dine while lounging away a sunny afternoon, though a word of warning: Weekday lunch rushes can be crushing, thanks to nearby offices that crowd the fun, tasty restaurant. Dinnertime is much calmer.