Ñ (pronounced "enya"), is narrow as a pencil, with two copper-topped bars and little additional seating. After a steady diet of Spanish reds and headache-inducing sangria at most tapas joints, we welcomed the lengthy list of reasonably priced sherries. The companion vittles were admirably suited to the small size of the establishment. We liked the little empanadas of tuna, toasts smeared with olive puree and pimento, and an incredible plate of spinach sauteed with ground almonds that had an exotic North African flavor.
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