Posts tagged restaurants in madrid
9 Restaurantes Monos en Madrid Para Salir con tus Amigas

As we all know, Madrid is a city that's constantly changing and at times it's difficult to stay up-to-date with every new opening and "hot spot" in the city. We're going to share with you a few of our favorite spots in Madrid to go out with our girl friends... where we eat too much, drink till we can't drink any more, and take way too many IG photos. 

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Madrid Brunch 2.0: Alternative and Vegetarian Friendly Edition

What really is brunch? The typical understanding is that of br(eakfast) + l(unch), otherwise known as the best of both worlds. One put it as, “it’s not quite breakfast, it’s not quite lunch… [and] you don’t get completely what you would at breakfast, but you get a good meal.”I did a little digging and found two places that have managed to offer their own versions of brunch, according to their view of things as they are. One place went completely carnivorous when tackling the brunch conundrum, whilst the other chose a more, all encompassing route.

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Mola Mucho: Modern Fusion with Nanai Restaurante y Espacio Cultural

Nanai is so much more than a restaurant: it’s a cultural center complete with a fabulous dining experience. The decor is fresh, and fun, and the layout is open. This is the type of restaurant where you can enjoy your meal, without having to listen to the conversation of the person at the next table over. These types of comfortable, and an intimate dining experiences are far too infrequent in European city centers.

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Mola Mucho: The Big Banh — Vietnamese Sandwiches with a Twist

Malasaña is a gem of a neighborhood, and if I tried to keep up with every new boutique, restaurant, or café I’d literally go mad, or broke…  which would inevitably drive me mad. There’s just so much goodness in that neighborhood, and like the greedy Pokemon that I am, I have an intense desire to catch (read: eat) them all!

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Mola Mucho: Bolero Meatballs

Meatballs are fun. There's no denying this. I'm almost certain that it's a scientific fact: everyone loves meatballs. When I found Bolero Meatballs, I may or may not have squealed. The menu is simple, and straight-forward and the customer service is phenomenal. I made the mistake of challenging their idea of "spicy" because, on the menu it's advertised as "Have you got the cojones?" I responded — without missing a beat — No, but I've got the ovaries! Bolero Meatballs, you're a gem. 

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