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8 expert reviews

“Founded in 1966, El Bocaito is as traditional as tapas bars get, from the matador paraphernalia on the walls to the platters of pinchos. El Bocaito sticks to tradition and does it well.”

– Let's Go

"Perhaps a bit too rustic looking—complete with decorative tiles of matadors and flamenco dancers on the walls—for the hipster neighborhood where it's located." Full review
Lonely Planet
"Film-maker Pedro Almodóvar once described this traditional bar and restaurant as ‘the best antidepressant’." Full review
"Eaters tout the “true tapas experience” at this Centro Andalusian-Castilian whose “gypsylike” tavern setting, decorated with Moresque arches and tiled walls, has a “great bar.”" Full review
Michelin Guide
0 Stars
"Four dining rooms in total, each furnished in rustic Castilian style with a few bullfighting mementoes as part of the decor." Full review
Time Out
"Film-set traditional, from the bullfight posters and Andalucían ceramics to the old-school tapas and unsmiling, white-jacketed waiters." Full review
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