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Tapas crawl in Madrid?

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erinmargaret Apr 17, 2011 08:08 AM

I love Madrid (used to live there and would move back in a minute) but could use a little refresher on the best places for tapas. I'll be in town for two nights (from a Friday-Sunday) with two close friends. We'd like to spend one evening wandering from one tapas establishment to the next. Ideally we could also find a balance between Madrid specialties, Asturian and Galacian places and a few Andalucian offerings. Any suggestions? I have been to Calle Alta/Brava before but cannot remember specific places there. Would be up for any part of the city though we're staying near the Plaza Mayor.

Thanks in advance!

Erin

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  1. erica RE: erinmargaret Apr 17, 2011 01:52 PM

    I would do a search here as there have been many threads on the subject.

    In the area of which you speak, La Latina, I liked Casa Lucas very much. Xentes was low-key and filled with locals enjoying simple and fresh Galician seafood tapas.

    http://chowhound.chow.com/topics/388889

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