This not-very-easy to find tapas bar is located right on the top of an apartment building. To get to Casa Granada hit the buzzer on the outside of the building, and then take the elevator up to the top. The restaurant tries to capture the feel of Granada through its Andalucían décor and beautiful view of Madrid (which may not look like El Albaicín, but it definitely does the trick). You can order generous helpings of classic tapas like patatas bravas, ham croquettes, and fish stuffed peppers—all served with a complementary side of city views. It's definitely not a bad way to cap off a night—or get one going, either.
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