Dominating the skyline about one-third of the way along Gran Vía is the 1920s-era Telefónica building, which was for years the highest...
A gay meeting place, this cafe-bar is never sleazy and has a laid-back ambience by day and a romantic air by night. You can get...
Horno de San Onofre
Everything’s a specialty here, from cakes and pastries to bite-sized sweets and Christmas turrón (a nougat-like sweet).
Calle de Hortaleza 11 · interesting places nearby
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The name may not be Madrid’s most evocative but this terrific old taberna is friendly, invariably packed and wins the vote of at least one Lonely Planet author for the best sangria in Madrid. The tapas are also outstanding and there’s always a buzz here in the evenings.