This restaurant has been serving up bacalao frito tapas—their delicious small plates of fried codfish—since 1966. This is one of Spain’s old-school, historic bars with vintage photos on the walls, and somewhere that anyone and everyone is welcome (and yes, it’s all good to have your baby chilling at the bar, even late into the night). Pair your tapas with a cold beer, and join the locals in balling up your used waxy napkins, which are typical at bars in Spain, and toss them on the floor after you’re done eating. It’s not rude, just tradition.
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