Open Hours: Th-Tu 9a-4p, 6p-11p; F-Sa 9a-4p, 6p-2a
It's worth paying the higher than normal prices charged here because the tapas produced in this kitchen are delicious works of art. You can choose ... More
It's worth paying the higher than normal prices charged here because the tapas produced in this kitchen are delicious works of art. You can choose from old favorites like red peppers stuffed with meat and patatas con mojo (potatoes with spicy sauce Canary Island style) or opt for something more exotic, like courgette and white fish pie, curried chicken with pineapple or blue cheese and caramelized onion toasties. It's an old-fashioned cafe decorated with an eclectic mixture of Hispanic retro knick-knacks, photos and a piano.
La Lonja was not a market but a stock market for traders. The markets themselves were held in open squares.
The building was finished in 1551 and its promoter, the archbishop Hernando of Aragón, was a member of the ...
Construction was initiated by the Zaragozan patron Ramón Pignatelli and the ring was built in the 18th century. It is
known as La Misericordia (mercy) because with the money collected, the Casa de Misericordia (orphanage) was maintained; that building ...
La Ancha is a traditional restaurant that has been in business since 1940, specializing in Spanish home cooking using the
finest fresh ingredients. The most famous dishes here include delicious—and cheap—lentil stew and clam omelette. In general, the fish ...