Cafe-Copa El Rincon Del Buho

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Cafe-Copa El Rincon Del Buho

Cafe-Copa El Rincon Del Buho
2.5
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alpinesi
By alpinesi
A snug pub in León - good for unwinding but avoid if you want free tapas.
Mar 2016
You could be forgiven for thinking youve walked into a hotel here; the small bar is dominated by a large computer monitor behind which the barmaid sits on a low stool, and there's no option to sit krbstand at this bar. Perhaps there is a hotel behind one of the doors somewhere, I never checked, but the low ceilings, dark wood and cramped decor give the feeling of an old English country pub. Duck through the door to your left and you're in an equally olde English pub room, with pew style benches that seat two, and low individual armchairs of the upright shape and thin cushions that you can't slouch in. The lighting is dim, and though there may be over a dozen tables only three are occupied at 19:30 on a Friday night. The volume of chatter is low and without background music, this is the rare Spanish bar where you could talk in whispers and have a snooze (perhaps the chairs are uncomfortable to discourage this!). The tables host at least five menus of wines, beer, tea and food (main meals from 8pm) but the beer selection was largely out of stock. We opted for two glasses of local red wine which was pretty nice for 2€90 each. Tapas was a disappointing bowl of crisps and nuts - this may be the norm in many cities, but as León prides itself on its tapas it seems a bit of a letdown in comparison to some of this bar's neighbours. Service was attentive but without any feeling of warmth. I can't really imagine we'll go back, but it wasn't a regrettable experience either.

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alpinesi
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A snug pub in León - good for unwinding but avoid if you want free tapas.
Mar 2016 • Couples
You could be forgiven for thinking youve walked into a hotel here; the small bar is dominated by a large computer monitor behind which the barmaid sits on a low stool, and there's no option to sit krbstand at this bar. Perhaps there is a hotel behind one of the doors somewhere, I never checked, but the low ceilings, dark wood and cramped decor give the feeling of an old English country pub.

Duck through the door to your left and you're in an equally olde English pub room, with pew style benches that seat two, and low individual armchairs of the upright shape and thin cushions that you can't slouch in. The lighting is dim, and though there may be over a dozen tables only three are occupied at 19:30 on a Friday night. The volume of chatter is low and without background music, this is the rare Spanish bar where you could talk in whispers and have a snooze (perhaps the chairs are uncomfortable to discourage this!).

The tables host at least five menus of wines, beer, tea and food (main meals from 8pm) but the beer selection was largely out of stock. We opted for two glasses of local red wine which was pretty nice for 2€90 each. Tapas was a disappointing bowl of crisps and nuts - this may be the norm in many cities, but as León prides itself on its tapas it seems a bit of a letdown in comparison to some of this bar's neighbours.

Service was attentive but without any feeling of warmth. I can't really imagine we'll go back, but it wasn't a regrettable experience either.
Written March 19, 2016
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