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Mercado De San Antón



$$$$Perfect For:Eating At The BarOutdoor/Patio SituationLiterally Everyone
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Feel like wandering around and sampling homemade potato chips, empanadas, and anything else that screams “I’m in Spain”? The ground floor of the three-story Mercado de San Antón in Chueca is full of vendors where you can eat Iberian ham, cool off with a lime, yogurt, and cardamom popsicle, or sip gin tonics while admiring the city's red roofs on the outdoor terrace. But you’re here for tapas, and this place is full of them, especially on the second floor. We love the variety of seafood tapas and tostas served up at La Casa del Bacalao, or the juicy grilled pork at La Manuela for a protein infusion. Just be prepared to eat while standing.

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