This seasoned old wine cellar and bar, founded in 1928 has retained its popularity over generations altogether. It operates as a wine shop, trading mainly in Aragonese and Rioja wines. Also it is an important stop on the traditional bar crawl round the La Magdalena neighbourhood, known as vermut (basically, drinking aperitifs) and takes place at weekends from midday until the late Spanish lunch. You may join the locals, sipping home-made vermouth accompanied by any of the mouth watering tapas on the days menu. The menu also includes simple delicacies like quail's eggs, pickles, cod croquettes, prawns and salted anchovies. You can watch herds of people of belonging to various age groups at the bar especially after midday at weekends.
- Type: Tapas, Wine Bars
- Accept Credit Card: visa, mastercard
- Nearest Train: Bus: 21, 22, 39