A clean, well-lighted homage to Ernest Hemingway. The great author is represented by numerous photographs throughout the cozy, beautifully appointed bar. The menu features small plates, with a few dishes - chorizo among the charcuterie, for example - nodding to the author's beloved Spain. The shrimp rouille, plump specimens in a garlic and roasted red pepper sauce, is excellent. The wine selection is organized by "body" type, which is ideal for the casual fan. The bottles can be pricey, but most are in the $30-to-$50 range.