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Pictures of El Museo del Jamon, I know.:
 
 
Country:Spain,   City:Madrid,   Category:Random By Fernando
About  El Museo del Jamon, I know. 
I asked myself the same thing: What? What is this genius invention? Like the guy in the middle of the picture suggests it, this place deserves thumbs up. With many of these in Madrid, and similar ones in many places in Spain, I had the luck to get to visit a couple of them in Madrid and Granada. From the outside you see a meat store, with hundreds of dry jams legs hanging off the ceiling almost as if it was an art installation, only that it's not. Inside, starting early in the afternoon, crowds of people, young and old, come to have a drink, get a snack, catch up with friends and socialize in this sort of unique not good for veggies atmosphere, or meat lovers paradise. Places like this is what makes me love Spain in some special way though. A party at the meat store, seriously. And I have not found a place like that in Los Angeles, yet, or anywhere in the US for that matter. Cheap beer, cheap appetizers (free sometimes), clean and safe, good people and the only music of their voices murmuring and chattering about who knows what, I didn't really care. Every now and then the man or woman at the counter will yell out the next order and then the show is complete: "salen dos caÃ?±as y una de anchoas!!". You have to check it out. Call it a restaurant, meat store or bar, it doesn't matter, it is El Museo del Jamon, and if you go to Spain, you really have to check it out.  More
 
Crowd at El Museo del Jamon
 
 
 
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