El Albero offers Andalusian-style dining with a tavern filled with locals. The casual setting is usually packed with hungry diners but this only adds to its lively and warm atmosphere. At around 11pm, the experience at El Albero becomes especially memorable as the music is turned off and the lights are dimmed. Then, Andalusian singers and Flamenco dancers twirl into the room, bringing the tavern to life. For dinner, be sure to take advantage of the specials that are written on the chalkboard. Patrons recommend the ham bocadillos paired with a good beer. For those warm nights, outdoor seating is available.
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