When you go for tapas, you're looking for an evening filled with small plates to share, preferably with a pitcher of sangria or a cold beer to wash it down. That's exactly what you find at Oporto Fooding House in Midtown, which does Portuguese tapas, or petiscos, so authentically well that it feels like you're in a cafe in Lisbon. Croquetas de bacalhau (salted cod and potato croquettes served with piri piri sauce) are magnificently crispy on the outside and bursting with flavor. A simple plate of batata (smashed fingerlings with tomato chutney and aioli) is impossible to stop eating, as are the camarões piri-piri (gulf shrimp with garlic and piri piri pepper) or the unforgettably stunning polvo com batatas (wood-grilled octopus over shaak potatoes). The menu is vast, so try to control yourself (four to five plates is plenty for two), and don't worry if you can't try everything, because you'll be back.