Where Everybody Knows Your Name…

After seemingly years of spending time in anonymous (inter)national chain cafes, bars and restaurants, it’s such a pleasure having your favourite place where everybody knows your name – though admittedly, Jason often causes a few challenges for the Spanish tongue…

It doesn’t matter whether it’s for breakfast, lunch, dinner, tapas or just a coffee, the principle is the same. The staff are welcoming and friendly, the service is excellent and what they serve is wonderful. It’s a deceptively simple formula. So, when I go to one of my favourite bars (note that you go to a bar for breakfast in Spain as opposed to a cafe, just in case you were thinking I like a whisky or two with my toast…) for breakfast, It’s a lovely feeling of belonging first thing in the morning.

Do you have a favourite place ‘where everybody knows your name and they’re always glad you came’? Note that this can be a literal idea or not. The staff don’t have to know your name nor anything about you except how you have your coffee in the morning, but there is still that warm welcome.

Am off to one of my favourite bars in Granada now for a copa and a tapa, Los Tintos (read review here on my other blog Cortado Ingles)…

Cheers!

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5 thoughts on “Where Everybody Knows Your Name…

  1. Sitting at one of my many cafés in Bilbao right now sipping my third café con leche of the day.

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    1. Sounds like a nice thing to be doing…

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  2. I live in a small town now and love having spots that feel like “Cheers”, but when I lived in a large city, I also loved the anonymity of life and I sometimes miss that.

    I nominated your blog for the Liebster Award. Check out my blog for the details.

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    1. Thanks for reading the blog. Glad you could identify with it. And thanks for the award nomination. Very kind of you. I’ll check it out on your blog.

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