APPETIZERS: We couldn’t resist a special of the evening, crema de crab ($6.50), a fancy name for cream of crab soup. This version had a Mexican zing with cumin, paprika and chili powder, in mild doses that didn’t overwhelm the crab. Crackly taco strips and crumbled bacon, afloat on top of the broth, delivered more flavor bombs. Shotti’s meets the needs of its bar patrons with several chicken-wing preparations. We didn’t mind getting our hands sticky with zippy cana wings ($10), a pound of drumettes and flats basted with a spicy-sweet Sriracha sauce doctored with brown sugar and smoked paprika. You can get the blue cheese or ranch dressing, but these meaty wings can stand on their own.