Las Teresas is a small, old-timey tapas bar that brings both locals and tourists in for its traditional olives, tuna, cheeses, and ham tapas. Antique framed bullfighting photos and articles cover the walls and large shanks of cured ham hang from the ceilings. It can get crowded so arrive early or prepare for a wait. They also offer outdoor seating in the quaint, cobble-stoned side street adjacent to the restaurant. Las Teresas is also a great place to come for a simple sandwich and a beer or glass of wine during the day.
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