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This statue stands in tribute to Luis Miguel Dominguin, a popular Spanish bull-fighter who experienced the peak of his career during the 1940s and 1950s. The statue depicts Dominguin with his arm raised, taking the acclaim of the crowd, no doubt having killed a an innocent animal.
This monument stands in tribute to Antonio Bienvenida, a Spanish matador. This monument depicts Bienvenida being carried aloft above the shoulders of spectators, no doubt after killing yet another defenceless animal. This monument is one of many matadors and the likes in the Plaza de Toros de Las Ventas.
The Beer selection is extra ordinary with a big variety of beers in bottles and also from the tap. The typical Spanish dishes have a awesome taste. The stuff is very helpful and friendly. If you have time and you like an unique experience then you have to go there. High recommend and enjoy!!
"Good, not great, food; overflowing with customers"
reviewed July 22, 2018 by Kelly O
We heard great things about this place and decided to go. Food was ok, not great. Waitress recommended a fried fish tapa that was ridiculously expensive (like 13 euros or something!) for a small portion of over-cooked fish. Other tapas were much better though, especially eggplant and tortilla. We stood at the bar rather than wait for a table. It...