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Tierra del Queiles: A Taste of Navarre

As we journeyed off the main drag of Goya, we happened across a surprising restaurant nestled on a side street by the name of Tierra del Queiles. We noticed immediately that it was brimming with locals and could smell delicious aromas wafting out from the kitchen inside.

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Brunch in the Zitty

From one big city to the other, Brunch is very much the ‘in-meal’ of the 21st century. Fitting then that another late start to your Sunday morning has set itself up on Calle Velazquez 128. Brunch in the Zitty serves up a local take on one of Madrid’s most recent food trends in an undeniably Manhattan setting.

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A Stroll down Calle Serrano: What to See and Eat on Serrano

Calle Serrano is a bustling street in the heart of Madrid’s most posh district: Barrio de Salamanca. Named in honor of Francisco Serrano, a famed nineteen-century military and political figure, the street offers high-end shopping, designer boutiques, cultural sites, brilliant architecture and so much more! This prominent district begins at Independence Square, where the monument Puerta de Alcala stands. Independence Square is within steps from Parque del Retiro, making it some of the most sought after real estate in Madrid.

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Lima Limón: A Fresh Take on Peruvian Classics

Lima Limón is a new Peruvian restaurant that has opened in the Salamanca neighborhood of Madrid. They offer classic dishes such as cause limeña and ceviche! It’s a great sit-down restaurant that would be perfect for date night! We recommend trying their pisco sour! For more suggestions, keep reading!

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