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The Best Typical Spanish Breakfast Places in Madrid
When you think of Spanish food you might think of tapas, or paella. A typical Spanish breakfast might not be on top of your list. But if you knew just how seriously Spaniards take their food, you’d think twice before skipping it for a generic coffee.
As Madrid tries to catch up to the brunch hype, restaurants and cafes alike are competing to offer you the best breakfast experiences. We have compiled a list of just some of our favourites places to help you start your morning right. Whether you’re looking for a typical Madrid breakfast or something more offbeat, the city has something for everyone.
Paloma and Antonio have created a cultural space that prides itself in opening it’s doors to book and theatre lovers alike. La Infinito isn’t some gimmick, they offer delicious and affordable breakfasts. And while they are happy to share their wifi, don’t get lost on your phone, the cafe also has board games, poetry readings, live music and more activities you can enjoy alone or with company. Check out their FB and website for programming.
[icon name=”thumbs-o-up” class=”” unprefixed_class=””] We recommend: Rebelde sin causa from the Brunch menu
Calle Tres peces, 22
Metro: Antón Martín
Open Daily: 10am-10pm
Using only organic raw material, Rayén Vegano’s philosophy is simple, eating well is good for people and the earth. They are committed to supporting organic and local farming, as well as providing delicious hearty meals. Don’t think you’ll be eating rabbit food though, Rayén’s weekend brunch specials will keep you full well into the evening. Supporters of several environmental projects, you can eat well and do good!
[icon name=”thumbs-o-up” class=”” unprefixed_class=””] We recommend: Their homemade yogurt
Calle Lope de Vega 7, Madrid
Metro: Antón Martín
Closed on Tuesdays
The Late riser
If what you really need is just the hair of the dog to recover from last night’s fiesta, this is your spot. With a wide collection of gins, and a decor reminiscent of a speakeasy, Martinez Bar will transport you to a different era. Their delicious New York City bagel brunch will surely help you regain your energy from the night before, and their moderately priced cocktails and live shows will have you coming back for round two.
[icon name=”thumbs-o-up” class=”” unprefixed_class=””] We recommend: NYC Bagel Brunch
Calle Barco 4, Madrid
An oldie but a goodie, La Mallorquina is a part of Madrid’s history. Founded in 1894, they have seen everyone from famous poets to Royals pass through their establishment. It’s hard to resist their shop windows displaying the very best of Spanish pastries, you won’t want to miss out on this classic.
[icon name=”thumbs-o-up” class=”” unprefixed_class=””] We recommend: Chocolate Napolitana
Calle Mayor 2, Madrid
Open Daily: 8:30am-9:15pm
Chocolatería San Ginés
A visit to Madrid wouldn’t be complete without going to Chocolatería San Ginés, where Madrileños have come for their churro needs since it first opened its doors in 1894. While churros are best had dipped in hot chocolate, don’t hesitate to enjoy them with a fresh orange juice in the hot summer months…
[icon name=”thumbs-o-up” class=”” unprefixed_class=””] We recommend: Churros of course!
Pasadizo de San Ginés, 5 Madrid
Open daily: 24/7
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