A freelance writer that's lived in Spain for nearly two decades, Lori has her pulse on everything novel (and traditional) about Madrid's vibrant gastronomy and tourism scene. When she's not writing, she's usually digging into the merits of Spanish wine, reading a good book, or hopping on a plane to explore somewhere new.
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Mercado de Vallehermoso
You can find pretty much everything at Mercado de Vallehermoso. Go here when you need a break from jamón.
TreZe is a great Spanish spot for a lively lunch in Salamanca.
Le Qualite Tasca
Le Qualite Tasca is a cozy restaurant in Chamberí where you'll need to make a reservation.
Emma Cocina is a tapas spot near Plaza Mayor that's great for a leisurely lunch.
Make a reservation at La Fisna in Lavapiés for tapas made with locally-sourced ingredients.
Casa Revuelta is an old-school bar in Sol where you need to eat fried codfish.
Corral de la Morería
Corral de la Morería in Ópera has live flamenco music, contemporary Spanish food, and more than 1,000 different types of sherry.