RE: Tapas Tomorrow
I always get the cheese platter. There are some great spanish blues, and Manchego may be my favorite cheese. Olives are also a must. When it comes to other things, I'll let my mood and the specials direct me. Sometimes I'll do croquets, lamb meatballs, molasses salmon, sausages, fritters, serrano ham, etc...
Keep in mind that tapas has expanded now to other cuisines, so you can find greek, turkish, lebanese, japanese, etc... kinds of tapas in addition to the traditional spanish. Now, some would say that Tapas is only Spanish, and that other Tapas is really just small plates or meze, but ehhhh....these are academic points.