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mwb Aug 25, 2010 03:31 PM

Will be in Madrid for 4 days (1 day side trip to Segovia) and would love suggestions for restaurants (not too fancy) within a 5-10 minute walk of our hotel, Husa Paseo del Arte on Calle de Atocha at Calle de la Alamdea. I've read a lot of recent Madrid posts, but most of the suggestions seem to be on Cava Baja, or near Plaza Mayor. There is a good chance that at least one night we just will be too tired to go very far, so any suggestions are much appreciated!

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    JuanDoe Aug 26, 2010 12:52 AM

    A few suggestions:
    Samarkanda Restaurant, located in the tropical garden at Atocha Station, blends in with its surroundings: it is a British colonial-style spot standing under the modernist ceiling of the station.
    http://www.restaurantesamarkanda.com/...

    Los Zuritos, Calle Atocha 110. Tapas all the day long.
    Restaurante Sanabria, Calle Doctor Mata 3. Tapas and Spanish home-style cooking.

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      mwb Aug 26, 2010 10:37 AM

      Thank you!!!

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      butterfly Aug 28, 2010 06:06 AM

      There's a nice strip of over a dozen terrazas (restaurants with sidewalk seating) close by on Calle Argumosa. I like the tapas at El Automático (dates wrapped in bacon), but there are lots of other options (Galician, Asturiano, etc.) and you could go from place to place.

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        mwb Aug 31, 2010 11:24 AM

        Thank you so much! I'm searching the boards but if you have any other Madrid suggestions I'd love to hear. We are there 4 nights, so far I'm thinking:

        1.Cava Baja crawl
        2.Calle Argumosa (thanks!)
        3.Mercado San Miguel (lunch or dinner) What is the oyster stand called?

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          butterfly Sep 2, 2010 06:47 AM

          I'm not sure what the oyster stand is called, but the market isn't big and it's right in the middle where the tables are on the south wall--you can't miss it. Across from it is a good cheese stall.

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            mwb Sep 3, 2010 01:49 PM

            Thank you! I can't wait : )

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