The Plaza Mayor Cafeteria is the old “café.com” bar in the main square in Turre (which moved across the plaza into the space left after that disgusting O’connells place was run out of town).
Suave, elegant, with tasty tapas and an Italian feel, it’s a damn nice place to have a red wine and a tapa in the afternoon.
An attractive waitress called Carol works there in the afternoon, and then the slim Italian owner (don’t know what his name is) pops up in the evening.
Looking at the till bill I see that a bottle of beer costs €1,80, wine €1,20, coke €1,50, tapa with drink €1,50 and tapa without drink €2. But they throw the occasional free round your way if you’re a good customer (like me).
It’s rapidly becoming the usual haunt of “The Reader” post launch party (fortnightly on Mondays, in case you want to pop by and complain about something).
Plaza Mayor Cafeteria.
Main square in Turre, next to the Cajamar.