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Juana La Loca Pintxos Bar

When you’ve had your fill of tapas and are ready to ditch the cutlery, head to Juana la Loca. Possibly the best spot for pintxos - bite-sized dishes often on bread, usually served by the skewer - Juana La Loca’s pintxo de tortilla (think Spanish omelette) with confit onions is one of our favorites in the city.

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