From Our Editors
Palacio: A User’s Guide
- Small plate: piquillo peppers stuffed with goat cheese and walnuts
- Entree: paella with chicken, prawns, mussels, clams, and various veggies
- Dessert: crispy churros filled with caramel
Where to Sit: Grab a seat on the patio, which is an ideal spot to soak up the sun during Palacio’s weekend brunches. During dinner, twinkling lights and heat lamps make it extra cozy.
When to Go: Check out happy hour (4 p.m. on Tuesday–Thursday; 9 p.m. on Friday–Saturday) to take advantage of a small selection of discounted cocktails and tapas.
While You’re Waiting: Hang out by the bar and sip one of the restaurant’s specialty cocktails or tequilas.
Inside Tip: If you’re unsure whether to pair a bottle of chardonnay, pinot noir, or cask-aged Hawaiian Punch with your meal, a wine director is available to make recommendations.
Palacio: Spanish for “mansion” or “palace”; this term is a nod to the historic Coggeshall Victorian home that the restaurant inhabits.
Awards and Accolades: Palacio won the Diner’s Choice Award from OpenTable in 2015.