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The interior of Casa Revuelta in Madrid, Spain.

Casa Revuelta



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This restaurant has been serving up delicious bacalaitos, fried codfish, since 1966. As one of Spain’s old-school bars, expect vintage photos on the walls, crowds of devoted regulars, and somewhere that anyone and everyone is welcome—yes, it’s all good to have your baby chilling at the bar, even late into the night. Bring your parents for lunch or coat your stomach with fried things (those codfish fritters, croquettes, and eggplant with melted honey) before hitting the nearby clubs in Sol. And ball up your used waxy napkins, a Spain bar staple, and toss them on the floor after eating—it’s not rude, just tradition.

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