Castile–Leon and Castile–La Mancha Restaurants

This is Spain’s authentic heartland, bereft of touristy hamburger joints and filled instead with the country’s most traditional tavernas, which attract Spanish foodies from across the country. Some of the most renowned restaurants in this region are small and family-run, while a few new avant-garde spots in Extremadura serve up modern architecture as well as experimental fusion dishes.

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  • 1. Bar Alameda

    $$ | Spanish

    This family-run bar and restaurant punches above its weight with market-driven tapas that reflect a sense of place. Spring for the stuffed foraged...Read More

  • 2. La Ponderosa

    $$ | Spanish

    La Ponderosa is a quintessential yet elevated Castilian bar where locals mingle at high volume while tossing back local wine and munching on...Read More

  • 3. Bambú

    $$ | Spanish

    Bambú is two restaurants in one: there's a jovial basement tapas bar serving gargantuan tapas and beers to hungry locals, and then there's the...Read More

  • 4. Bar Ludeña

    $$ | Spanish

    Locals and visitors come together at this old-timey tapas bar for steaming cauldrons of carcamusa, a traditional Toledan meat stew studded...Read More

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