La Cocina de Toño
Salamanca lies in one of Spain's bullfighting heartlands and this small museum is packed with bullfighting memorabilia.
Built between 1729 and 1755, Salamanca's exceptional grand square is widely considered to be Spain's most beautiful central plaza. The...
Sip drinks by flickering candlelight to a background of '80s music, enjoying the whimsical decor of carousel horses and oddball...
Although there are outdoor tables on the square, the dark wooden beams and atmospheric buzz of the Spanish crowd on the 1st floor should...
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Lonely Planet review
This place owes its loyal following to its creative pinchos (snacks) and half-servings of dishes such as escalope of foie gras with roast apple and passionfruit gelatin. The restaurant serves more traditional fare as befits the decor, but the bar is one of Salamanca's gastronomic stars. Slightly removed from the old city, it draws a predominantly Spanish crowd.