More About El Quinto Pino:
Our top spot to snag some tapas? El Quinto Pino, a small space that packs a lot of flavor and charm into its square footage. They've got a few bigger plates (perfect for sharing if you've got a group) that take from the traditional flavors and techniques of Madrid, but the real draw is their extensive menu of smaller tapas. Start your night with an aperitivo (or two) and then load up on shareables like ham croquettes -- the Spanish love their pork -- along with chorizo with grapes, cracklins and more. It's the perfect way to get a little taste of everything and the ultimate social eating experience. For bigger appetites, there are sandwiches on the menu along with cheeses that rotate almost daily. It's a new experience every time you head in -- so don't get too comfortable. But something tells us that if you've got a favorite dish on the menu that looks like it's gone for good, there'll be no prob making it appear on your table.