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Arzábal

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  • Spanish

The only thing typical about this popular tapas bar—so popular that it now has two locations on the same block (the other on the corner...

Bodega de la Ardosa

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  • Spanish

Done up like an Irish pub, with large wooden barrels serving as tables, this charming bar (owned by a select club) has more than a century...

Casa Benigna

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  • Spanish

Owner Don Norberto takes gracious care in what he does, providing a carefully chosen and health conscious menu and painstakingly selected...

Casa Botín

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  • Spanish

The Guinness Book of Records calls this the world's oldest restaurant (est. 1725), and Hemingway called it the best. The latter claim...

Casa Ciriaco

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  • Spanish

One of Madrid's most traditional restaurants—host to a long list of Spain's who's who, from royalty to philosophers, painters, and...

Casa Lastra

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  • Spanish

Established in 1926, this Asturian tavern is popular with Lavapiés locals. The rustic, half-tile walls are strung with relics from the...

Casa Lucas

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  • Spanish

Quieter than most of its boisterous street neighbors, this small quaint bar with just a few tables offers a short but creative selection...

Charolés

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  • Spanish

Some go to El Escorial for the monastery; others go for Charolés. It's a landmark that attracts a crowd of its own for its noble bearing,...

El Almendro

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  • Spanish

Getting a weekend seat in this rustic old favorite is quite a feat, but drop by any other time and you'll be served ample raciones ...

El Bocaíto

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Perhaps a bit too rustic looking—complete with decorative tiles of matadors and flamenco dancers on the walls—for the hipster neighborhood...

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