Decided spur of the moment to go there - tried to get reservations but they didn't have anything until very late but when we called they said that there would likely be places at the bar or chef's table. Was kind of disappointed to not get a regular table given that they had multiple tables free all night but whatever.
We decided to go for just tapas - we had a party of three including one pescatarian. We chose the Ahi Tuna Tartare toast, Duck liver pate, Potato Gnocchi, Octopus and tempura fried squash blossom. Of them, the tuna was the most boring - somewhat overpowered by the toast and the seasoning wasn't as interesting as the others. What we really enjoyed was the variety of seasonings and flavors they achieved in the dishes. Despite being small plates, there was more than enough for the three of us in each of the items.
The bread was excellent and the wine list was interesting. Will definitely go back the next time I'm in Boulder.
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