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Creative Eating in Chamberí with La Gabinoteca

Creative eating in Chamberí with La Gabinoteca! If you find yourself in this neighborhood, and you’re hungry and want to try something new, we recommend La Gabinoteca for so many reasons! Number one being that it’s delicious!

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Mitte, Urban Art and Reinvented Spanish Cuisine

Mitte, traditional Spanish food with a twist: Gyozas a la madrileña, cocido, revolconas, potatoes and daring, bold croquettes . All in a place full of urban art. And in the heart of the city!

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Calle San Millán, Duque de Alba and Plaza del Cascorro: top trending streets in La Latina

La Latina is growing into a trendy neighborhood with everything from clubs, to cultural spaces, but it’s still the food that draws the crowds. In this article we take you down some of out favourite streets: San Millán, Duque de Alba and Plaza del Cascorro Street.

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Mérimée, A Breath of Fresh Air on Fuencarral

This restaurant works for any occasion, any time and with whomever you want! It fits into any plans. The price is just right. We love the latest restaurant on Fuencarral: Mérimée.

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El Imparcial: Hidden Gem in Tirso de Molina

Trinkets, books on graphic design, and oh yeah, a top quality menu. El Imparcial is a fusion restaurant in Tirso de Molina where flavour far outweighs the price on the menu.

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Lolo Polos Artesanos: Messy Fingers and Nostalgia

Who doesn’t have childhood memories that are triggered by certain events or situations? A song, a place, and of course, food. It’s when we eat that these beautiful memories are made. Popsicles like the ones at Lolo Polos Artesanos has jump-started the collective memory of everyone in Madrid.

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