A classic bar in the center of Madrid that is sometimes overshadowed by the other popular bars in the area. The cañas are cheap, the tapas are plentiful and the atmosphere is young. Two drawbacks: the quality of the tapas is average and it’s busy during “caña hour” (from 1:30 to 3 p.m.).
Modern bar with a Galician-Portuguese kitchen, a young atmosphere and quality raciones (large portion tapas that you pay for). The tapas are reasonable, and they have a beer tap at every table so that you can pour your own cañas (not recommended since they will not serve you as many tapas).
Perfect for watching soccer. The owner was a journalist in Argentina and he has photos, jerseys and all kinds of souvenirs around the bar. Surprising that in a bar like this, similiar to an Irish pub, they serve good tapas.