Fodor's Expert Review Casa Morales
Down a side street off the Avenida de la Constitución, this historic bar (formerly a wine store) takes you back to 19th-century Seville, and it is still run by the same family that established it in 1850. Locals pack the place at lunchtime, when popular dishes include menudo con garbanzos (tripe with chickpeas) and albóndigas de choco (cuttlefish croquettes). The wine list is, as you would expect, extensive. There are two bar areas—the largest fronts the store and looks out onto the street, and the other is home to huge ceramic wine barrels and tiled walls.
Calle García de Vinuesa 11
Seville, Andalusia 41001, Spain
- Local atmosphere
- Wine list
- Tripe with chickpeas