La Luna Negra
At La Luna Negra, the re-creation of Spain's rich culture extends far beyond the menu of distinctive Spanish tapas. It's also found in the eatery's colorful decor, which includes lush floral murals that fade into plumes of red and purple. Inside the space, performers stamp to evening flamenco shows and weekend live music. Diners may also enjoy mountain views from the patio, or host a private party in the upstairs room, which hosts music and dancing on Friday and Saturday nights. The hot and cold tapas are a show in themselves, as diners often decide to share these small plates of spicy chicken and sautéed shrimp garnished with cheese and fresh fruit. To cleanse the palate of salmon fillet or saffron-laced paella, diners sip house-made sangria and wine or press and hold each taste bud until it reboots.