Madrid Restaurants

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  • 1. Bar Santurce

    $ | Lavapiés | Spanish

    This abuelo bar near the top of the Rastro is famous for grilled sardines, blistered Padrón peppers, and fried calamari. ...Read More

  • 2. Bodega de la Ardosa

    $ | Malasaña | Spanish

    A 19th-century bodega, with barrel tables and dusty gewgaws hanging from the walls, Bodega de la Ardosa is an anachronism in Malasaña, an...Read More

  • 3. Celso y Manolo

    $ | Chueca | Spanish

    Named after the brothers who founded the restaurant (though under new ownership), this place has around a dozen tables and an extensive, eclectic...Read More

  • 4. Cervecería Cervantes

    $ | Barrio de las Letras | Spanish

    Cervecería Cervantes is an improbably down-to-earth neighborhood bar—the type where you throw your olive pits and napkins right onto the floor...Read More

  • 5. Chocolatería Valor

    $ | Palacio | Café

    Despite what the ads say, Madrid is not always sunny. If you hit a rainy or chilly day, walk along the western side of the Monasterio de las...Read More

  • 6. El Rincón de Marco

    $ | Lavapiés | Cuban

    Step straight into Havana at this hidden Cuban bar and restaurant where rumbas and sones flow from the speakers and regulars burst into...Read More

  • 7. Gourmet Experience Callao

    $ | Sol | International

    On the rooftop of El Corte Inglés, Spain’s largest department store, there's a gourmet food court with some of the best views in the city. Grab...Read More

  • 8. La Tita Rivera

    $ | Chueca | Spanish

    This budget-friendly place—specializing in hot stuffed bread rolls (called casis ) and flavored hard cider—has an industrial vibe, thanks to...Read More

  • 9. Taberna Almendro 13

    $ | La Latina | Spanish

    Getting a weekend seat in this rustic old favorite is a feat, but drop by any other time and you'll be served ample, stick-to-your-ribs raciones...Read More

  • 10. Taberna de la Dolores

    $ | Barrio de las Letras | Spanish

    A lively corner bar with a colorful tiled facade, this is a solid spot for a cold beer and a quick bite after visiting the nearby museums. Try...Read More

  • 11. Trattoria Pulcinella

    $ | Chueca | Italian

    When Enrico Bosco arrived in Madrid from Italy in the early '90s, he couldn't find a decent Italian restaurant—so he decided to open one. Always...Read More

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