After a matinee performance at the Two River Theater in Red Bank, we decided to try Albarino, which was not far away. My ulterior motive was to continue to seek "Patatas Bravas" like those I greatly enjoyed in Barcelona. I've ordered then in a few stateside restaurants but have yet to match the experience. The bar at late afternoon was moderately busy but not particularly noisy. Wine by the glass was reasonably priced. To accompany the wine we ordered a beet and goat cheese salad (Remolaca), some croquetas and, of course, patatas bravas. Every thing was enjoyable but unfortunately the patatas bravas were not as good as I would have liked. I don't believe the potatoes were cooked in the most traditional style, and the aioli was underwhelming and a bit sparse. However the ambiance was such that we probably will return to try more menu items and drink more wine.
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