May 11, 2018
With its homey brick and wood interior and an array of bottles dominating the back wall, there’s something very European about Las Esquina and it most closely resembles a Spanish tavern. Wine is the big draw here and the intriguing list contains a large choice by the glass as well as by the bottle; mainly South American varieties with Argentine wines particularly favoured though, oddly, they don’t include any Peruvian wines. They also serve a huge selection of cheeses and charcuterie to pair with whatever you happen to be sipping. The atmosphere is warm and friendly and your sense of contentment will undoubtedly be enhanced by the awesome aromas flowing from the kitchen. A good place to linger over a drink and some nibbles as the night winds on.