Pubs & Bars in Spain
As the capital of a country with the most bars per capita in the world, Madrid definitely has a wide variety of drinking establishments to choose from. In fact, bars are where locals in Spain choose to entertain their friends and are nothing short of beloved social institutions.
Madrid makes it easy with two essential traditional dishes. ‘Cocido’ is a stew that is typical of Spain’s fare, and there are a thousand different ways to prepare it. The locals love their ‘cocido’ so much that there are even tours you can go on to try the best in the province. Some of the best ‘cocido’ can be found at Lhardy, with one of the oldest recipes in Spain; La Bola, where it’s not unusual for them to serve a hundred a day; and Malacatín, a traditional Madrid tavern in La Latina.
Carmencita Bar offers a fantastic brunch, some of the best hamburgers in Spain, creative Gin Tonics, delicious tapas, great wines and tasty tostas all in a charming
n excellent site for an exquisite moment, That’s Dubliners.A bit of Ireland in the heart of Spain, That is Dubliners. Here all the flavor and color of the ancient Celtic land expressed through its music, its people and of course, beer.
James Joyce Located beside Plaza de la Cibeles, The James Joyce offers an authentic Irish atmosphere with Irish staff. The cuisine is a combination of the best that both Ireland and Spain have to offer.To add to the craíc, They have live music as well as live sport on 3 big screens.