Apparently everyone thinks of Viva as a paella place, but they think of themselves as a DJ place that happens to serve some paella. When you arrive, the emphasis is more on the music and the drinks than it is on the paella, but it's still a good place to grab a bite. (Do be warned though, they only have meat options, so if there's a vegetarian in your party they'll have to grab dinner somewhere else in the market.)
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