This family establishment focuses on pinchos, small tapas on slices of Spanish baguette. On the scene since 1962, Jurucha is crowded with retirees from the neighborhood along with younger folks who come from other areas of town because they heard how good the tapas are. 

None of the food is precooked, and they use only fresh ingredients from the neighboring Mercado de La Paz. There’s outdoor seating, but we like to stand at the long indoor bar (get there early if you wanna grab a stool), which is lined with glass cases full of pinchos. Don’t leave without tasting some of the most original tapas creations available: cream spinach with quail egg, goat cheese and pear, or shrimp and hake gratin.

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