Tapeo 29, small bar-restaurant with all-wood interior, located at no. 29 Clinton Street in the Lower East Side of Manhattan. The atmosphere is warm and welcoming, intimate and definitely lends itself to a nice dinner in the company of your you/your him, especially on weekdays, when the area is quieter and up to 9 will not have problems of overcrowding.
Thing it never hurts, the prices are not excessive: you can order of 10-15 dollars for a tapa, and the same for a glass of good wine.
Here guests can enjoy sitting by candlelight, tapas – or “mini-ration” of food that the people of Madrid and, more generally, the Spanish love – accompanied by a good wine, preferably a nice “Tempranillo” red, or, if you know Spanish wines, you can rely on an Nero D’Avola or a Primitive, perhaps to accompany the patatas bravas, croquetas de bacalao, and pollo a la plancha.