I started with a choose-your-own flight; enjoyed all three but my favorite was the La Posta Malbec.
I am a self-professed volume-eater. I like to look at my plate and see a large amount of food. This can cause a certain level of anxiety for me at tapas places. The greedy little-girl in me comes out and fears she will go hungry and there won't be enough of something she likes and wants to keep eating. No worries. Between the crostini and the boulliabaisse I was probably over-satieted. I recommend the crostini for sharing as it contained a large amount of bread; especially if you order a dish that comes with sliced bread. I would order both dishes again, although I can't help but be tempted by the other items on the menu. How can I limit myself to the same two choices when there is so much to explore?
My friend ordered the fattoush and the portion was huge; family-style for sure. We passed the dish around the table a couple times and she took home the rest. The fattoush contained yellow pepper, radish, tomato, cucumber, pita and zataar- a dried mixture of Mediterranean/Middle Eastern herbs.
I walked away from my second visit at Abigail Street much the same way I walked away from the first- anxiously anticipating my next visit.