With a menu of plates like fried yucca, Spanish-style ribs and shrimp ceviche, how might one ever decide? The short answer: all of the above. Culinary monogamy is so 15 years ago.Ever been frozen with indecision at the sight of a menu? Ever ended up stealing bites of your dining companion's superior dish? If so, you just might be a culinary commitment-phobe, a common affliction that often presents itself in the form of "we might need just a few more minutes to look over the menu." Sound familiar? Then you'll be pleased to know that, miraculously, there is a cure. The Spanish style of small plates dining, otherwise known as tapas, was brought to Atlanta 15 years ago with Eclipse di Luna's original location, before expanding to its roomy Dunwoody digs several years later, and we've been sippin' on its sangria ever since.
With a dramatic space festooned with festive Spanish accoutrements and a downright lovely little patio, the Park Place tapas lounge has easily become the small plate-nibbling, mojito-sipping, Latin jazz-dancing hangout of choice for many a Dunwoodian. Speaking of nibbling: with a menu of plates like fried yucca, Spanish-style ribs and shrimp ceviche, how might one ever decide? The short answer: all of the above. After all, with all the delicious options on the menu, 'twould be foolhardy to pick just one. Culinary monogamy is so 15 years ago.
Ejotes Fritos (Beer-Battered Fried Green Beans), $4.25
Remolacha (Roasted Beets with Strawberries), $5.50
Brochetta de Chorizo y Datiles (Chorizo with Dates & Bacon), $6.95
Patatas Bravas (Spiced Potatoes), $4.50
Mejillones de Eclipse (Steamed PEI Mussels), $6.25
Monday - Thursday, 11 a.m. to 11 p.m.
Friday, 11 a.m. to midnight
Saturday, 5 p.m. to midnight
Sunday, 5 p.m. to 11 p.m.