Between Union Square and the Financial District, in a little alley reminiscent of Paris, you’ll find the city’s most romantic dinner destination. There’s a gleaming bar with glowing shelves of spirits, grand chandeliers, red walls and hanging tapestries. The rococo decor makes for a moody setting suggestive of a glamorous bygone era, and colorful touches like the murals bedecking the heated patio and dishware with bohemian prints add gypsy flair—a nod to the restaurant’s name and cuisine. Spanish flavors shine throughout the menu, from crowd-pleasing tapas like bacon bonbons and flavorful bacalao fritters to hearty entrees like clam and pork casuela and braised lamb. D (nightly), closed Su.