A good beer and classic tapas for snacking, that’s all you could ask for from a good old-fashioned bar. Calle Atocha, in the heart of Madrid’s Art Triangle, welcomes “Bareto”. The bar, with a long bar, high tables and exposed brick, is the perfect place to have breakfast, an aperitif, lunch or dinner. The breakfasts here start with the classic churros and porras with hot chocolate, the pincho de tortilla or the classic mixed sandwich. In its cuisine, simple and unpretentious, you will find dishes as traditional as its patatas bravas, its personal version of the squid sandwich (here, with baby squid), gildas or the marriage of anchovies and anchovies, torreznos, marinated dogfish, shrimp omelette, its tripe “a la madrileña” or its flamenquines, a trademark of the house. You can’t leave without trying their recently launched “cristalinos”, sandwiches served in glass bread and with different combinations such as bacon with cheese, loin of pork with fried pepper or grilled ear with brava sauce. Room for dessert? Always. Here you’ll only have two options: baked cheesecake and Arab cake. Order both.