My wife and I went to Pera on a Friday night. The place was pretty empty, but there was a guitarist playing softly most of the night and doing a good job. At first I was put off by the wine menu. It wasn't anywhere as big as I thought for a place with "wine" in its title. Further, about 75% of the listings did now show a vintage, bad sign for anyone who knows their wine. There was only one Rioja, and it was just a tempranillo. But, after looking around I found a lovely 2012 Bordeaux Gran Cru for $79, so I was happy about the wine after all. We did tapas, which were all good to really good. The service was perfect, not overbearing but always there when we needed her. My wife and I typically take a long time to eat, enjoying the meal. We noted that almost every table that was occupied when we arrived was still occupied when we left. A good sign that others were enjoying the ambiance as well.
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