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Tertulia: Spanish fare moves far beyond paella and ceviche at Chef Seamus Mullen’s new West Village café, where he seamlessly unites his Boqueria-acquired expertise with the inherent charm of the ‘hood, creating an unstoppable neighborhood fave. The menu, though small, offers a range of seasonally rotating (seafood-rich) options in three sizes: appetizers (like the Pan con Tomate, $5) are perfect for a nibble, tapas choices (like the grilled swordfish, $16) are slightly larger, and Platos Famillares (like a 40-day aged prime rib, $72) will feed the entire table. Drink offerings include three cask-housed wines on tap (red, white or rosé, $9), two beers and a cider on tap, house-made sangria, and a variety of vinos and brewskis by the bottle. The expansive, rustic-styled dining room currently offers dinner service from a friendly yet un-intrusive staff, but once they begin serving the breakfast, lunch and free wi-fi that’s promised, it’s sure to become just the intellectual gathering spot to which its name translates.