Where to stay in Madrid? It's a question I get asked nearly every day! The real answer is-- it depends. Luckily, Madrid is home to some of the most charming, historic, and trendy neighborhoods in all of Spain-- Amy shares her favorites below! The first time I visited … [Read more...]
I love Madrid because it's home to everything from traditional bars and taverns to the latest in fine dining. My Madrid restaurant reviews are largely positive and all are places I'd return. Buen provecho!
Beer may still be the go-to beverage for most Madrileños, but Spanish wine is definitely starting to give the local cerveza a run for its money. As the calibre and variety of Spanish wines surges, so do the number and quality of wine bars in Madrid. Whether you're a lover of … [Read more...]
L'Artisan Furansu Kitchen has been around for a couple of years now and is one of the Literary Quarter's best bets for a menú del día. It's slightly more expensive than nearby neighborhood establishments, which generally run between €9.50 and €12 for an all-inclusive lunch menu. … [Read more...]
Conde Duque is a central Madrid neighborhood that seems to get cooler by the day-- and more delicious too. New and exciting food businesses open regularly, like the Panic artisanal bread shop and the Queseria Condue Duque, a cheese shop run by Rubén from Queseria Cantagrullas. … [Read more...]
The Plaza Mayor area of Madrid isn't exactly known for its varied cuisine and is home to its fair share of tourist traps. Surprisingly, it's also a great place for traditional Madrid foods (think fried calamari sandwiches and suckling pig). But if you want a sit down meal and a … [Read more...]