The one unwavering principle of the brothers who run this restaurant/wine cellar is to use seasonal products from the best suppliers. García de la Navarra is a must for good food and has one of the best stocked cellars in the city. Hungry punters come here to share dishes like potato salad and hearty stews. Ask about special dishes that don’t appear on the menu. An easy way to get acquainted with the excellent cuisine here is by eating at the bar.
Can it be that wine is moving in on Madrid's beer territory? More and more locals are opting for wine when it comes to 'aperitivo' hour in Madrid. Vintages from the Rueda, Ribera de Duero and Rioja regions compete for space on the table, and everyone goes crazy for a bit of cava or Lambrusco. It's always the right time for a good glass of wine, and you don't have to be an expert to enjoy one. Just head to these top wine bars in town and they'll help you pick out a grape that suits your taste.