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A designer updating of the old-school neighbourhood market in the gay-friendly, hyper-trendy Chueca district. On the first floor you can shop for wine, cheese, fresh fish and meat to take home. On the second you can order to eat in – Andalusian fried squid and mussels, Galician-style octopus and cod-based tapas, cups of cask cider for €1 ($1.50). The real draw, though, is the third-floor roof terrace, where you can sit down to the always decent menú del día (daily set menu) at La Cocina San Antón, or take a stool at the bar. The old iron balconies and coloured facades of surrounding residential buildings look best in the glow of Spanish evening sunlight, an effect only enhanced by a jug of the house sangria.