Cava Baja is one of the most lively and beautiful streets in all of Madrid. With that said, it makes sense that it is a hotspot of activity for both locals and tourists alike. The street is lined with a number of bustling restaurants, few, if any, of which match Cava Baja 5. A little tapas bar, the popular restaurant serves up a variety of tapas made with fresh and seasonal ingredients. Grab a cocktail - they pour strong for the cheap price - to enjoy alongside your food. The atmosphere inside is so much fun you'll likely want to stay and drink for awhile.
Once the Jewish quarter of Madrid (until the expulsion of Jews from Spain in 1492) Lavapiés is ... Read more