We first encountered flamenco in grotto cafes in southern Spain in 1967. Tablao las Carboneras in central Madrid is similarly gritty and powerful. Price was moderate, a real drink was included and no one hustled us to buy more drinks. It and Las Tablas set the standard for what I'd call non-commercial Madrid big show flamenco. If we return to Madrid, we'd probably return to both flamenco shows.
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