Barcelona Tapas

We had gotten seats on the St. Charles Ave. street car headed west and wanted to walk on the levee and get away from the crowds so got off after turning the corner onto Carrolton and then dined on small plates at Barcelona Tapas.

Pan de coca (bread with garlic, tomato, olive oil, salt and manchego), mixed olives, fish ceviche, roasted picadillo peppers, brussel sprouts with pancetta and havarti and potato omelet. Very tasty. Not typically NOLA and in the style of Spanish food with with an American twist. And an Estrella beer.

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