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La Fisna



$$$$Perfect For:Small PlatesDrinking Good Wine
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Madrid’s multicultural Lavapiés neighborhood has some cool under-the-radar bars and many types of food you can't get elsewhere. The typical tourist wouldn’t have much reason to come here—but La Fisna is exactly why you should. 

Reserve a spot here to vibe among all the cozy exposed brick while you kick back with a bottle or two of wine. Their list is 37 pages long, so you’ve got options to pair with strong Spanish cheeses, glazed meatballs, and the egg omelet with Catalonian sobrasada (a semi-spicy chorizo paste) and piparras, which are Basque sweet peppers.

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