Lately, it seems like every bar in Madrid is serving brunch–often something distinctly un-brunch-like. But what is brunch, anyway? Perhaps it’s better to stop worrying and learn to embrace the Sprunch.
Banks in Madrid often refuse to deal with large quantities of one and two cent coins, and they pile up at home in alarming numbers. What to do? Brandon proposes a novel solution to the problem. What’s yours?
In this exclusive interview, expat entrepreneur Ricardo Alexander shares the success story of Tuk Tuk, and how he brought the fun back to Madrid’s Asian food scene.
Anyone want some dessert? Spanish pastries might not be internationally famous, but they have a lot to offer madrileños with a sweet tooth–and there’s one for every major holiday!
Spanish is a Romance language so it’s only appropriate you learn it in bed. Here are a few more reasons why you should spark up a romance with a local.
Many Spaniards dismiss sangria but its been a huge hit in the USA since it was brought over at the 1964 World’s Fair. But you can still enjoy it in Spain.
Escargot is a famous French appetizer but they’re not the only ones sucking on shells. Caracoles a la madrileña is a traditional dish served in Madrid.