If you were a smart business man in Canada, you’d give free Tapas and your bar would be packed!

By | July 11, 2011

La Puerta de Acala

A full day of walking around Madrid, and it was now time to meet up with my friend Sergio, who was my first Couch Surfing host I met in the summer of 2009. I was to meet him La Puerta de Acala at 7:30 p.m. I actually had met him earlier in the day back at the house I was staying at in Oporto, but we couldn’t go in because the maid was still cleaning the house and she was not to see me staying there because maybe she’d tell the pilot’s parents who were vacationing in Scotland. It makes sense, I mean I was staying at their house!! I had to actually leave the house at 8:30 a.m. because that was the time she was arriving to clean! Lol, oh the adventures in travelling!

The first place we visited was a bar I recalled we went together two years ago. These Spanish bars are something else! Imagine, you walk in and it’s packed with everyone is standing ordering drinks and getting free tapas of oven-baked potatoes, chicken, stuffed mushroom, cheese balls and bread with loud music playing the the background. The perfect place to go after work for some drinks and appetizers?? Why isn’t this concept happening in Canada is what I was thinking???? If I was a restaurant person, I’d jump on this idea! In a sense it’s a bar/restaurant partying with drinks and giving food, which are two things I LOVE. Ole! If there was a smart business man in Canada, he’d jump on this concept and his bar would be packed! Just some “food for thought!”

Spanish Tapas in Madrid




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