The menu is mostly Italian, with lots of sharable appetizers including charcuterie, cheese plates, croquetas and bruschetta. Entrees aren't huge, but are certainly substantial. We had a terrific olive oil-and-thyme marinated skirt steak, while the gnocchi, if not out of this world, were pretty good.
And then there's the bar. If you can drink it, chances are Bar Uriarte has it in stock. Huge ice cubes help keep the cocktails frigid, and our waitress wasn't shy about asking if we needed another. (This is a good thing.)
A word of warning: We were seated at the low tables right in front of the bar. While it's definitely the be-seen place to be, it can be a little tricky to actually eat given the set up. So seek 'em out if you're looking for drinks, but ask for a real table if food is your priority.