Bodegas Castañeda Review
A block from the cathedral across Gran Vía, this is a delightfully typical Granadino bodega with low ceilings and dark wood furniture. In addition to the wines, specialties here are plates of cheese, paté, and embutidos (cold meats). The extensive list of tapas includes queso viejo en aceite (cured cheese in olive oil), bacon with Roquefort cheese, and jamón de Trevélez (ham from the village of Trevélez). If you like garlic, don't miss the Spanish tortilla with creamy alioli (garlic-spiked mayonnaise).
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