Nobody knows Spanish cuisine like Chef Ipar Miranda. If you want a taste of España then head on down to Ipar’s Restaurante Y Bar de Tapas for the full experience. Dive into their signature Paella de Casa, a meat and seafood-lover’s dream that’s good for a hungry group of 4 – 6 people. It’s a fiesta on a plate! It takes about 1 hour to prepare so diners should call ahead to order. If you aren’t in the mood for a heavy meal, you can take tapas (appetizers) at the bar. Think about it, a dish of gambas al ajillo, shrimps sauteed in garlic and olive oil with a glass of calimocho, red wine, cola and a twist of lemon – now that will make you stand up and say ole!. Did I mention that they have THE best leche flan in town? Combined with large hardwood tables, old railroad tracks from the Miranda hacienda, images of peloteros, bullfights, matadors and flamenco dancers, Ipar’s is truly a Spanish experience like no other. Habla español?
Photos by: Myka Arnado