Understand the rich traditions of Spanish cuisine at Amada
. Courtesy of Chef Jose Garces, the rustic-chic restaurant boasts a six-seat chef’s counter overlooking the open-air kitchen and roomy bar area reminiscent of a typical Spanish bodega, complete with hanging jamòns and rows of wine bottles from Spain. Laze with a large glass of sangria – a flavorful blend of either blanco or tinto wine, diced and sliced seasonal fruit, pinched herbs and spices, and splashes of orange liqueur and Spanish brandy over ice. Inside tip
: Taste one of each featured tapas plate available for $5 during happy hour. Same price applies for sangria, specialty ‘tails, and select wines between 5-7PM.