- $22 for $40 worth of food and drink, valid Sunday–Thursday
It shouldn't come as a surprise, but small plates play a big role at Las Tapas. Shareable plates dominate the menu, including the popular tortilla espanola: an oven-baked omelette layered with potatoes and eggs. But even though tapas are obviously its specialty, the restaurant doesn't discriminate against full-sized dishes. There are about a dozen different entrees available, including the arroz con todo, which is a favorite thanks to its medley of rice, Spanish chorizo, mussels, and shrimp. Throughout the week, Las Tapas couples its food with live Latin entertainment and flamenco dancers, and in the summer, it opens its private patio for outside dining.