A short walk through the gardens towards Calle Antonio Maura, and you might stumble across Bar Moriles Pata Negra. Open for over 25 years, it is evident from the good mix of locals that this is a favorite neighborhood tapas bar and restaurant. Their menu offers a wide range of typical, home-cooked Andalusian cuisine such as stewed oxtail; barbequed Iberian churrasco steak; platters of small, fried seafood bites; and an assortment of regional cheeses and cured meats. Moriles has a small, but well-stocked cellar with rarities such as Why & Mel caramel whiskey.
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