It is Resturant week in Ann Arbor so this evening was particularly crowded. There was a waiting line and it was a full house when we got there at 7pm. The setting is not for introverts, there are quieter nooks to sit in but this is not the place for a quite intimate meal, its a party and people are talking loud, the atmosphere is busy and full of energy. The waitstaff are attentive, friendly and very busy. In the midst of the talk and the crowds they whiz around with little plates piled up on their arms making sure the customers are taken care of. There are also seats at the bar and seats out front and behind the restaurant in a little courtyard kind of setting. Parking is close by on the street or the fourth and Washington garage. Good amount of the menu is many of the Tapas and medium plates they have, Paella in many forms and the drinks menu. Although Resturant week has a special menu, we ordered off the regular menu. The food was very good and well presented. The restaurant is definitely on the pricey side and those little plates and drinks add up very fast. Small plates run about 10 bucks a piece, Medium plates 15 -20 and Paella about $40.