Food Journals

What I ate in MADRID – Part 2 – A Food Journal

My visit to Madrid was the last city on a two month European holiday, that lead me to thirteen countries. I spent four days in Madrid and it is a debate, but I may have saved the best country for last. Before stepping into Spain, I had already researched several restaurants that I wanted to… Continue reading What I ate in MADRID – Part 2 – A Food Journal

Jetsetting, UNESCO

A Day in TOLEDO, SPAIN | A UNESCO World Heritage Site

Visiting the historical ancient city of Toledo is essential while traveling through Spain. Whether you do a day trip from Madrid or stay in this medieval city for a couple of nights, a trip to Toledo will leave you enchanted. I decided to do a day trip from Madrid and I took a chartered bus… Continue reading A Day in TOLEDO, SPAIN | A UNESCO World Heritage Site

Global Dining, Jetsetting

Corral de la Moreria – A Michelin Star and the World’s Best Tablao Flamenco

In Madrid, down a small quiet street, in a dark intimate restaurant, upon a small corner stage, a group on musicians and world renowned Flamenco dancers come together and put on the best shows in the world. They have achieved top recognition as the "The Best Flamenco Tablao in the World" from the International Festival… Continue reading Corral de la Moreria – A Michelin Star and the World’s Best Tablao Flamenco

Food Journals

What I ate in MADRID – Part 1 – A Food Journal

Madrid was the first city that I had ever visited in Spain. I am saying that because there will be other return trips to Spain. I knew that I would be back after the first couple of days that I was exploring, Madrid and I just 'clicked'. I found this majestic city to be filled… Continue reading What I ate in MADRID – Part 1 – A Food Journal

Global Dining

Restaurante La Trainera – A Place for Seafood in Madrid, Spain

In 1966, within the reputable residence of the Salamanca district in Madrid, Restaurante La Trainera was born. For over fifty years La Trainera has been one the city's top restaurants for seafood. When I travel, I try to seek out seafood restaurants with a history of serving fresh fish and shellfish. Since Madrid is a… Continue reading Restaurante La Trainera – A Place for Seafood in Madrid, Spain

Global Dining

Madrid’s Legendary Zalacain Restaurante – A Feast for the Gastronome

A gastronomic icon of Madrid since 1973, Zalacain Restaurante has been a legendary dining establishment for decades. By 1987, they received the highly coveted Three Michelin Stars after earning their first star shortly after they opened fourteen years prior. Zalacain became the first restaurant in Spain to accomplish this top recognition, making them a culinary… Continue reading Madrid’s Legendary Zalacain Restaurante – A Feast for the Gastronome

Global Dining

Meracado de San Miguel – A Gastronomic Affair

Here is where I had a gastronomic affair with many tapas! Many, many tapas! One of the highlights of traveling to Madrid is noshing your way through the Mercado de San Miguel. It is an enticing market where one can taste the different flavors of Spain under one roof. Stepping into this tapas market can… Continue reading Meracado de San Miguel – A Gastronomic Affair

Global Dining

Sobrino de Botín en Madrid, Spain

Table for one at one of the oldest restaurants in the world. According to the Guinness Book of World Records, Botin in Madrid is the oldest restaurant in the world. What's funny is that I thought that I ate at the oldest restaurant in the world back in 2015; Historische Wurstkuchl in Regensburg, Germany (photos… Continue reading Sobrino de Botín en Madrid, Spain