In business for over 50 years, this small, family-owned bodega serves typical Spanish tapas and a variety of draft beers and bottled wine. They proudly display a wall of hand-drawn caricatures, assumed to be drawn by customers who have visited over the years. Expect such favorites as patatas bravas, frittery anchovies, crispy croquettes, and hand-kneaded albondigas (meat balls). The best seat in the house is at the bar, rubbing elbows with the locals and sharing a laugh or two. Bodega la Rambla may not fulfill the needs of a full meal, but it’s a great place to kick off an afternoon of sightseeing or a night of bar-hopping.
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