Tucson occasionally, and usually temporarily, has entertained an eatery dedicated to the Andalucian gastronomical heaven called tapas, but there's never been one as delightful as the relatively new Casa Vicente--named for owner and Spanish expat Vicente Sanchez. Tapas are appetizers, small dishes from which can be built a complete meal, often shared family-style; the Spaniards eat in this manner in most pubs--when they're not on the high seas suffering from scurvy, that is. One of the staples is the tortilla Española, an amazing egg-and-potato frittata like no tortilla eaten by a cactushead in the Sonoran Desert, and you can get a version with spinach as well. Croquetas, shrimp dishes, jamon y queso--the list goes on. Try a robust Spanish red wine with your meal.