Mallorca was the first, and remains the only, restaurant in town specializing in food from the Iberian Peninsula — Spain and Portugal. It sets an upscale mood with its white tablecloths and waiters sporting tuxedos, although the closely packed tables and somewhat high noise level keep the atmosphere from being too stuffy. The multicourse meals are heavy on seafood, a Mediterranean staple, served in dozens of forms — in appetizers, salads, entrees, and pastas. Although it’s gotten a little better than the days when the “vegetable” soup was laden with sausage, this is not a place to go with vegetarian friends. But seafood fans will be in heaven.