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Best bars in Madrid

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“Cava Baja Street is in the lively La Latina quarter. Go first to El Rastro flea market on Sundays and then stop in any of the trendy tapas bars at Cava Baja street!”
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Spanish Restaurant
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“Eat a good stew (Cocido Madrileño) in Madrid, enjoy a traditional atmosphere and learn a little more about the history of this Centennial Tavern with more than 120 years”
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Café
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“Amazing breakfast/brunch spot! Cozy and minimal decor, friendly waiters ready to explain the menu in case you have any questions.”
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“¿Te imaginas poder comer dentro de un enorme barril de sidra? Eso está bien, pero la sabrosa y contundente comida asturiana está mejor aún. Can you imagine being able to eat inside a huge barrel of cider? That's fine, but the tasty and strong Asturian food is even better.”
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“Casa Lucas is on the usual "tapas craw" circuit, on Calle Cava Baja in Madrid. It is a step above usual tapas, with a creative flair. Strongly recommend making reservations so you can have a sit down meal. While the tapas are great, don't overlook the "raciones" - the entrees. Known for its oxtail (rabo de toro) stew made with prunes and pistachios on a bed of creamy mashed potatoes. They have a wonderful wine selection as well - reasonably priced.”
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Tapas Restaurant
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“Un restaurante muy buena, en la calle Cava Alta, mucho más tranquila que su paralela Cava Baja. Sitio estupendo para una cena mas tranquila y intima. Estupenda carta y gran bodega de vinos.”
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“Tapas Bar. Specialized in navajas, boquerones, calamares, zamburinas, sardinas....summarized, all the nice seafood served as tapas in a loud bar, crowded, typically spanish, well priced This place is buzzing, cheap and delicious. Good, tapas and people. The beer is cold as the razor clams are the best you will find in Madrid. ”
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Spanish Restaurant
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“A very funny tapas bar Andalusian style, it's very little and narrow but dishes are good and not expensive. I love the crazy decoration. ”
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Bar
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“A traditional bar/restaurant with traditional spanish food and tapas, on La Latina neighborhood. ”
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Gastropub
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“Plenty of small restaurants and bars where you can taste the Madrid way of living...”
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Spanish Restaurant
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“Restaurant offering typically taurine decorated, Spanish traditional dishes like oxtail, suckling pig baked.”
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Bar
“All purpose bar, but quite popular among the locals for their breakfasts. Very close to the underground station.”
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Spanish Restaurant
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“Taberna de 1857 decorada con azulejería, espejos y cuadros castizos, que se especializa en cocido madrileño. Dirección: Calle de San Millán, 4, 28012 Madrid Teléfono: 913 54 62 52 Horario: Abierto hoy · 13:00–16:00, 18:00–24:00 Metro la latina y tirso de molina”
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Restaurant
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“Argentino, cocina mediterránea de fusión. Buen risotto y pulpo a la plancha”
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Bar
“Food from Asturias, a lot of natural cyder (not the same of UK) and good service.”
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