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Mesón de la Plaza information
Long a solid option, this state-run restaurant is encased in a 19th-century mansion that once belonged to a rich Spanish tycoon. You can tuck into classic Spanish staples such as potaje de garbanzos (chickpeas with pork) and some chewable beef while appetizing music drifts in from the Casa de la Trova next door.