What’s not to love about this offbeat eatery? It’s an uncluttered, minimalistic space adorned with purple ceilings, jet-black tables and chairs, and a mix of exposed brick and avocado-colored walls which are hung with provocative local art. At Meditrina, you’ll likely order two or three dishes to share, depending on the size of your party, then repeat as necessary. It’s not set up in an appetizer/entrée/dessert format. The small-plates concept lends itself beautifully to informal, unrushed, and unstructured dining. Start out with Meditrina’s antipasto plate, a generous selection of cured meats, cheeses, olives and crusty bread. Hoard any leftover bread because you’ll want it to soak up every last drop of the scrumptious tomato-basil-wine broth from the bowl of plump and tender steamed mussels and clams. Other classic tapas include a whole steamed artichoke with a zippy tomato aioli, lemon and drawn butter; prosciutto di Parma-wrapped melon; and a roasted red pepper hummus plate.