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Chef-owner Seamus Mullen (Boqueria, Chopped, The Next Iron Chef) comes by his Spanish chops honestly, having worked in kitchens throughout Barcelona and San Sebastian. Tertulia pays homage to the lively cider houses of Northern Spain, blending exposed brick, wood paneling, archways and Spanish tiles. There's a well-curated Spanish wine list to go with a menu that ranges from the classic (acorn-fed Ibérico ham and fried shishito peppers) to the creative (black-and-white anchovies on flax crisps; grilled Spanish octopus with black polenta). Larger-format dishes for groups to share include paella and chuletón (40-day aged prime rib).