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One of the oldest tascas in the neighborhood, Casa Alberto first opened its doors in 1827 and has thrived ever since. Full review →
Feeling even more daring? Eat a pig’s ear. Damn, still hungry? How about snails and lamb hands? Your insatiable hunger howls for more. Have some beef cheek. Congratulations, you are a winner. Full review →
The secret to its staying power is vermouth on tap, excellent tapas at the bar and fine sit-down meals; Casa Alberto’s rabo de toro (bull's tail) is famous among aficionados. Full review →
Traditional tasca that has resisted the passage of time since it was founded back in 1827.
One of the city's most evocative old tabernas, hung with oil paintings and presided over since its opening by Segovians. Full review →
Order the saucy albóndigas with a glass of vermú de (vermouth on tap) slid across the antique onyx counter at Casa Alberto, in a building where Cervantes once wrote. Full review →