I encountered someone who had never been to rubican before, and who recognized the establishment by its name. The real deal is the actual Spanish tapas served here on Friday afternoon with some fresh beer that made it a perfect day in the universe.
They have a nice tapas bar and also serve paella on Wednesdays. We had the bruschetta with sausage, white bean, garlic, green onions, mushrooms, chicken legs, and pineapple croquettes (the tapis were good) but we had to use more shrimp sauce because it was too spicy. The tacos were not bad either.
Love this place! It's the most underrated and surprisingly cheap restaurant in San Francisco. Staff was very friendly, food court was fairly priced too. Highly recommended for anyone looking for great microbreweries.
We had a fantastic paella and flamenco night at Alaro, which happens every month. The food was delicious, the service was friendly, and the food exceeded our expectations. A raffle for swarmed shirts allowed us to win trophies. Our trip to the restaurant left us with rejoicing as we enjoyed drinks on the patio overlooking the city.