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La Taberna del Alabardero

Restaurants, Spanish Austrias
La Taberna del Alabardero

Time Out says

Father Lezama first started up his traditional tavern in 1974, when he put underprivileged boys to work as waiters in this converted 16th-century townhouse. With a quiet terraza on the street that runs along the north side of the Teatro Real, it is still one of the most popular post-theatre dining spots, serving traditional tapas at the bar and Basque cuisine in the restaurant in the back. Lezama is no longer a priest but a very prosperous restaurateur - he has opened six more restaurants throughout Spain and one in Washington, DC. Some of those original boys are now shareholders in the Alabardero Company.





Address: Felipe V, 6
Transport: Ópera (M: L2, L5)
Price: Main courses €18-€25. Set lunch €32.10 daily.
Opening hours: Daily 1pm-4pm and 9pm-midnight
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