Although I have yet to eat at Corrida, the swanky, Spanish tapas, rooftop restaurant is something to behold. It is pretty much one-of-a-kind in Boulder giving great views of the Flatirons from the outdoor patio four stories above Walnut Street. The old Daily Camera offices, now remodeled, are ready for a great date night. Owner Bryan Dayton took inspiration from places visited while in Barcelona and Pamplona and with chef Amos Watts at the helm of the kitchen the experience and the food promise to entice and excite. There are meats, that are priced per ounce, grilled over a wood fire. There’s also paella, small plates and tapas ranging from the traditional Andalusian spinach and chickpeas, to a more modern version of Spain’s favorite potato dish, patatas bravas, tossed in beef fat.