Its quirky location inside a BP gas station works for this unconventional eatery (the name is also Spanish slang for “hell”). The market-cum-restaurant offers 40 wines available by the glass, but it also stocks approximately 1,500 bottles from Spain and beyond, any of which you can have uncorked for a $10 fee. Because dishes blend Basque, Catalan and Galician flavors, the eclectic fare runs the gamut from seafood samplers and meat and cheese boards to chorizo in wine sauce and dulce de leche crepes.
|Venue name:||El Carajo International Tapas & Wines||Contact:|
2465 SW 17th Ave
|Cross street:||at SW 1st Ave|
|Opening hours:||Mon–Thu noon–10pm; Fri, Sat noon–11pm; Sun 1–9pm|
|Transport:||Bus 17, 24|