If you want your dinner served with a side of flamenco, La Latina is the perfect destination. This restaurant marks a new era for the mythical Corral de la Morería flamenco show, which has long been upheld as one of the most iconic “tablaos” in the city. With a reputation like that, though, it can be hard to honor tradition while keeping it fresh and exciting. Enter star chef David García, who found a way to complement flamenco with his own culinary artform. Although the restaurant is tiny (only eight people per seating, with two seatings per night), don’t let size fool you. García’s tasting menu is elegant and you can pair the dishes with any of the 300 wines offered by the glass. It’s safe to say that for the first time in years, the show at Corral de la Morería doesn’t end on the dance floor—it jumps onto your plate.