Trevor F wrote:Also it may have been de rigueur 30 years ago in a Spanish bar to throw your olive stones, napkins, toothpicks, etc. on the floor. I think that's changed now, either due to EU hygiene regulations or general changes in attitude. It's pretty rare now to go into a Spanish bar or cafeteria and crunch your way to the bar.
Daniel Rogov wrote:Indeed Noel, not a question of cash availability but that some of the very best tapas bars in Barcelona, Zaragoza, Madrid, and Jerez are neighborhood joints of ultimate simplilcity but at which the tapas served are original and excellent and at which one can find excellent companionship to discuss the culinary and wine offerings.
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