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Pelayito

By Paola Zaragoza Cardenales Rating

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Type: Spanish Tapas Wine bar

Price: $30-50 per person

Parking: there is a valet parking that run independently nearby that many business use and I think they do have one for people that stay in the hotel.

Location: The Wave Hotel

Service

We had a really friendly server that helped us out pick the wine. Keep in mind that in many wine bar restaurants, the customer chooses their wine but the waiter is always there to help.

He also helped us out pick the food since we wanted to try various things from the menu that I could eat.

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