Contigo has served some of the best Spanish fare in the city since opening in 2009. A love letter to Spanish and Catalan cuisine, the menu features tapas (from silky boquerones to Marcona almond gazpacho) as well as larger plates like the traditional coca (flatbreads) and albondigas (meatballs) paired with Spanish and Portuguese wines as well as Spanish sidra (cider) and sherry. Seasonal dishes like the quail a la plancha, accented with plums, smoked onion and mustard vinagreta, are a must try. And don't forget the stylish decor; The eco-conscious space is lined with wood from a salvaged 100-year-old redwood tree and a wood-fired oven warms the dining room.
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