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October 30, 2016
Well, this is the area where I go shopping ... my greengrocer and my butcher shop. Please ask me, tell them that you are my friend, they're surely going to take good care of you. Inside the Market there are also some good restaurants for lunch, among all, I recommend the Yoka Loka for sushi lovers. …
October 06, 2017
Local traditional market in Santa Isabel street
September 11, 2017
A local neighbourhood market to buy groceries but also to have a drink and tapas.
July 24, 2017
Feel the local experience
July 17, 2017
Traditional market with lots of eccellent groceries!

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“It was built in 1923 and is today used both for screening material from the Film Archive and as a venue for activities for promotional purposes such as talks, seminars, presentations and so on.It first opened in 1912, with the name Salón Doré. In its early years the Cine Doré enjoyed great success. It later lost its appeal and was converted into a local neighbour cinema, finally closing in 1963. In 1982, it was selected as the permanent screening venue for the Spanish Film Archive. It re-opened in 1989 after a careful restoration in which care was taken to conserve the original Modernist architectural and decorative elements, and a new screening room was added. Today, one of the rooms recreates the earlier cinema in the first Salón Doré. During the summer months there is also an additional open-air cinema on the premises.”
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“Founded in 1931, Casa Gonzalez's reputation precedes it as even tour guides make sure to bring their groups to taste the best cheeses Madrid has to offer in this historic location. Vicente González Ambit, major shop assistant at La Mallorquina, decided to set up his own business in this establishment of calle León, in which the back room was the family home. González began to turn the establishment into a specialist shop for high quality Murcian cold meats, groceries and Manchego cheeses among others. However, grandfather Vicente became wrapped up in the twists and turns of the Civil War and was even imprisoned. After the turbulent years of the conflict, Casa González became a purveyor for the select society of Madrid in these days, serving everyone from Ortega and Gasset to the ancient aristocracy of the era.”
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“Il mercato raccoglie non solo negozi di prodotti tipici spagnoli ma anche bar molto tipici e economici”
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“Amazing traditional food - menu Monday - Friday Tapas y Raciones Breakfast Happy Staff. Highly recommended !!”
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“Great Bar with music and great food. Looks like a Bar from 1920s. Bar genial con musica y comida, para un Bar de 1920.”
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5 Calle de Santa Isabel
Madrid, Comunidad de Madrid 28012