Best Tapas Restaurants in the U.S.

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Gather your friends for small plates and sangria at one of these bustling tapas restaurants.

The Iberian Pig, Atlanta

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Federico Castellucci was just 24 when he opened The Iberian Pig in 2009 with chef Chad Crete. And it has an appropriately playful vibe: an enormous chalkboard lists daily specials alongside house rules (“Festive and Merry Is Welcome, Loud and Obnoxious Is Not”), and the largely Spanish wine list is categorized by “pretty darn good,” “quite good,” and “damn good.” Food that falls into the latter category includes braised pork shoulder flatbread with charred fennel and lavender honey, and pork cheek tacos with tangy corn salsa (more than 50,000 have been sold in 2013). theiberianpigatl.com

Best Tapas Restaurants in the U.S.

The Iberian Pig, Atlanta

Federico Castellucci was just 24 when he opened The Iberian Pig in 2009 with chef Chad Crete. And it has an appropriately playful vibe: an enormous chalkboard lists daily specials alongside house rules (“Festive and Merry Is Welcome, Loud and Obnoxious Is Not”), and the largely Spanish wine list is categorized by “pretty darn good,” “quite good,” and “damn good.” Food that falls into the latter category includes braised pork shoulder flatbread with charred fennel and lavender honey, and pork cheek tacos with tangy corn salsa (more than 50,000 have been sold in 2013). theiberianpigatl.com

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