Sometimes when traveling, you simply want to eat what you want to eat. Typically I’m pretty flexible but I wanted foie. Hello San Anton!
Mercado de La Paz is but one of many markets throughout Madrid that serve food to everyone. La Paz you’ll find more of a local feel and life.
Walking around Madrid, we were constantly on the search for restaurants that served Menus of the Day! We then found TERRAMUNDI.
Nothing beats the convenience of living on top of a restaurant that makes great home cooked dishes like mom used to make, if she were from Madrid.
Mercado de San Miguel is the de facto place to come, hang out, drink, mingle, and eat the day away! You can have a little bit of everything while not breaking the bank! Just prepare yourself for an explosion of flavor!
Looking for a simple place to grab breafkast to start off your long day? Look no further than Cafetería Neila for more than you can handle.
Casa Dani of Mercado de La Paz is a local favorite for the egg and potato dish known as a tortilla. I’d highly recommend it if you’re around.
Tired of the everyday churro breakfast? Want something different? Look no further and get all your breakfast needs at La Rollerie!
We were in dire need of a happening cozy venue where we could stuff ourselves with tasty, cheap, delicious foods and wine. Found it!
When in Madrid, you can’t pass up Churrería-Chocolatería Las Farolas which should always be on the list of Go To Churro Spots!
Chocolateria San Gines is the de facto place to go for churros when in Madrid. They have grown over the years reserving a space for both their every day customers, larger groups next door and across the hallway a space for ice cream.
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