Obviously the first thing we did in Madrid was find ALL of the tapas at the Mercado de San Miguel. It’s kind of an overwhelming experience: hundreds of Spaniards crammed into a labyrinth of stands selling small bites and large drinks. There are no lines and no order to anything; you just have to catch someone’s eye behind the counter and start pointing to all of the things you want to try. The tables in the center of the market were a throng, but we found that the outer edges of the building had quiet areas like this where we could sip our wine and people-watch.

Obviously the first thing we did in Madrid was find ALL of the tapas at the Mercado de San Miguel. It’s kind of an overwhelming experience: hundreds of Spaniards crammed into a labyrinth of stands selling small bites and large drinks. There are no lines and no order to anything; you just have to catch someone’s eye behind the counter and start pointing to all of the things you want to try. The tables in the center of the market were a throng, but we found that the outer edges of the building had quiet areas like this where we could sip our wine and people-watch.

Obviously the first thing we did in Madrid was find ALL of the tapas at the Mercado de San Miguel. It’s kind of an overwhelming experience: hundreds of Spaniards crammed into a labyrinth of stands selling small bites and large drinks. There are no lines and no order to anything; you just have to catch someone’s eye behind the counter and start pointing to all of the things you want to try. The tables in the center of the market were a throng, but we found that the outer edges of the building had quiet areas like this where we could sip our wine and people-watch.

Photo taken at: Mercado de San Miguel

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