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Dining Guide  
     There are two ways to eat in Spain: you can go to a restaurante or comedor (dining room) and have a full meal, or you can have a succession of tapas (small snacks) or raciones (larger ones) at one or more bars.

     At the bottom line a comedor - where you'll get a basic, filling, three-course meal with a drink, the menú del día - is the cheapest option, but they're often tricky to find, and drab places when you do. Bars tend to work out pricier but a lot more interesting, allowing you to do the rounds and sample local or house specialities.

Breakfast, snacks and sandwiches
     For breakfast you're best off in a bar or café, though some hostales and fondas will serve the "Continental" basics. The traditional Spanish breakfast is chocolate con churros - long tubular...
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Tapas and raciones
     One of the advantages of eating in bars is that you are able to experiment. Many places have food laid out on the counter, so you can see what's available and order by pointing without necessarily knowing the names; others have blackboards or...
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Meals and restaurants
     Once again, there's a multitude of distinctions. You can sit down and have a full meal in a comedor , a cafetería , a restaurante or a marisquería - all in addition to the more food-oriented bars. ...
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Alcoholic drinks
     Over fifty percent of the European Union's vineyards lie in Spain and vino (wine), either tinto (red), blanco (white) or rosado/clarete (rosé), is the invariable accompaniment to every meal. As a rule, wine...
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Soft drinks and hot drinks
     Soft drinks are much the same as anywhere in the world, but try in particular granizado (slush) or horchata (a milky drink made from tiger nuts or almonds)index.jsp?cid=116786&action=viewLocation&formId=88380" target="_blank">read more >>

Soft drinks and hot drinks
     Soft drinks are much the same as anywhere in the world, but try in particular granizado (slush) or horchata (a milky drink made from tiger nuts or almonds) from one of the street stalls that spring up everywhere in summer....
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