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Charrúa is an Uruguyan steakhouse in Salamanca where you should go if you’re craving steak and not much else.
Mistura, with locations around city, serves high-quality gelato with lots toppings, along with a handful of vegan options.
Honest Greens is a fast-casual, healthy hot spot that serves much more than just salads.
Religion Specialty Coffee is a cafe with outdoor seating in Castellana that’s known for its vegetarian and vegan options as much as for its coffee.
Chuka in Barrio de las Letras puts a Japanese spin on Chinese street food. Don’t leave without trying the ramen.
Federal is an all-day Australian-style brunch spot where you can find a menu of things like eggs benedict and shakshuka.
Fide is a no casual bar in Chamberí where you should go for a beer and some of the freshest seafood you’ll find in Madrid.
La Barraca in Chueca is one of the better paella places in Madrid, with a big menu to choose from.
El Viajero’s rooftop in La Latina is where we’d like to spend all of our Sunday afternoons.
Taberna Tempranillo is a cozy, traditional tapas restaurant in La Latina with a great selection of food and domestic wines.
Macera is a gin bar in Chueca that serves great drinks and spirits made in-house.
El Paraguas is where to go if you’re looking for a fine dining experience in Madrid.
Pez Tortilla is known for its contemporary spin on tortilla and croquetas, along with their impressive selection of artisanal beers.
Juana La Loca, a contemporary tapas spot in La Latina, is the type of place where we want to order everything on the menu.