Is it a gas station? Is it a tapas restaurant? Is it a wine shop? Why do you have to shove everything into a stereotypical box, bro? It's all three. At El Carajo, you can top off your tank outside and then do the same thing for your stomach inside. Through the doors of this unassuming BP convenience store at the bitter end of I-95, you'll find yourself transported to an Old-World European wine cellar and restaurant. The unexpected transition is exhilarating. Do yourself a favor and linger. Wander into the far back, where a wood-and-brick-lined wine room holds a staggering selection of imported and European varieties. With more than 500 bottles to choose from, you can enjoy a rare Tempranillo and then gas up your ride. You'll also find a quaint eatery offering something rarely associated with gas-station convenience: seated table service featuring a selection of reasonably priced Spanish tapas. Order the house special, tabla de carne: a massive strip of ribs, churrasco, pork loin, and sausage. The traditional, 36-month-aged jamón bellota, ceviche, and paella are all good too. Thirsty for something other than vino or craving something less formal? El Carajo also has a sizable selection of imported and local craft beer by the bottle and can, as well as a take-away counter where you can find the usual Miami-style eats.