The food: was terrific! I love the idea of small mediterranean plates, which is a concept I'm less familiar with than larger mediterranean platters. We ordered 2-3 tapas per person and were totally stuffed. Highlights of our order were: grilled peaches (these were amazing! They're on the dinner menu, but I highly recommend them for dessert instead!), a fig salad, baked Moroccan eggs, and the shalom plate: a fresh-baked dense pita with three delicious dips. We also ordered fava beans which were just okay, as well as a date and olive oil cake which was more date-y than olive oil-y and also just okay.
The location: is a very cute space, with lots of natural light and lots of room! There are several communal tables and counters.
The service: was friendly and helpful! The tapas came out quickly but not so quick to be rushed, and at approximately the right pace and order. It was a nice relaxing meal where we could take our time enjoying many new dishes.