The word "Finca" means rural or agricultural estate in Spanish, and many small production wineries in Spain use "Finca" in their name to refer to wine made from grapes grown on their single-estate property.
Like its sister restaurant Pago, Finca was developed to deliver unique and exceptional food -- in this case Spanish tapas -- sourced from local farms and artisans in Utah.
Spanish tapas (or small plates) have a long history in Spain, traditionally served as in-between snacks before lunch or dinner with a glass of wine or a cocktail. In the U.S., many Spanish tapas restaurants play off this concept with tapas as a main course, creating a fun, communal, energetic event where diners can sample and share many small dishes during the meal.
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