Spain Comes to Connecticut

The most inventive Spanish food in North America is served in two surprising locales
John Mariani
Issue: June 30, 2003

So listen to this: Two of the best Spanish restaurants in the United States are in, ahem, Norwalk and New Haven, Conn. I do not mean lovable little storefronts whose cooks turn out a mean paella and a racy gazpacho; I mean two handsome restaurants, respectively named Meigas and Ibiza, with unique wine lists and menus that reflect the kind of exciting modern Spanish cuisine you'll find in Barcelona, Mallorca and San Sebastián.

For the full article, check out the new issue of Wine Spectator, on newsstands June 30, 2003.

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