Summer is the perfect time to enjoy tapas, and Vintage Enoteca proves to be a humble but satisfying spot to indulge in your favorite h’ors d’oeuvres style dishes.
The restaurant is small but uses its space efficiently, lining two large communal tables with barstools on either side. They also have a few L-shaped benches outside the front door, creating a concrete-canopied outdoor lounge. Vintage Enoteca has a warm, dark and relaxed ambiance, and they have a great wine list! (They describe themselves as “a casual wine bar.”)
My friends and I enjoyed several of their mini and small bites and a margarita flatbread pizza. My favorite mini bite dish was, of course, the prosciutto wrapped Medjool dates, a tapas classic for me. Their menu is pretty much knuts-and-bolts tapas items, making the fare lite. But if you’re looking for a bigger meal you can order an entree dish or a panini. The flatbread pizza was quite good, with a crispy crust and just the right amount of cheese.
All in all, I’d say this is a great spot for a low-key, low-budget lunch or dinner out.