Named for owner Charlie Perry’s great-grandmother, Eva offers both tapas-style small plates and larger ones in a friendly, urban atmosphere. Like much of the food, the restaurant itself is stylishly simple. The smallish rectangular dining room feels larger than it really is, thanks to high ceilings and a smart use of space, and the service is casual and friendly. Regardless of what else you order, be sure to try the luscious, crispy fries cloaked in a mixture of garlic with fresh rosemary and Parmesan. And if you think you don’t like Brussels sprouts, you just haven’t tasted Perry’s thinly shaved sprouts, flashsauteed and tossed with cider vinegar and toasted hazelnuts. Also enjoy weekend brunch from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m.
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