So you’ve been in Spain for a few days and you’re getting tired of eating loads and loads of tapas. If that is the case, switch it up and go to San Marco for some classic Italian cuisine. With fresh white table cloths and a brick arched interior (as well as a Spanish guitarist at the entrance), you’re set for a lovely, atmospheric dinner. Try dishes such as tomatoes and mozzarella or the lamb with plum sauce. If you’re in the mood for paella, it’s not listed on the menu but the chef will be glad to make it for you upon request. The address listed refers to its Santa Cruz location, but San Marco also has several other locations in Seville.
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