Nine Madrid traditional bars converted into modern taverns - The old traditional bars are not ... | Gastronomy | THE WORLD
The old traditional bars are not eternal. There are a handful of centuries-old taverns that remain intact for ever and ever (amen, and that continue for many more years). But then there are the neighborhood tascas, those that have seen several generations grow but, due to the fate of fate (high rents, impossible reforms, retirement of their owners) have been forced to close after years at the bottom of the canyon, leaving a small void in the heart of its parishioners. The latest gastro capital trend is to keep alive the flame of these neighborhood classics. The list of new tascas that take the witness of the usual bars (keeping part of its essence, but adapted to the new times and always after a necessary washing of the premises) grows every day. These are some directions not to be missed.