Casa Labra, located on Calle Tetuán, was once known as Los Peregrinos but otherwise has remained unchanged since it was founded in 1860. Its success is thanks to the acclaim and popularity that the city of Madrid has bestowed on the fried cod and cod croquettes of the establishment. In 1947, Casa Labra was acquired by the Molina family, who still own the business. This hectic, bustling tavern is a living part of the history of Madrid. People of all sorts have eaten here and continue to frequent the tavern to enjoy its delicious gastronomic fare. A bronze plaque hangs on the façade of the restaurant in memory of May 2nd, 1879, when the Socialist-Workers Party of Spain (PSOE) was clandestinely founded in this Madrid tavern.
On May 2nd, 1879, the Socialist-Workers Party of Spain (PSOE) was clandestinely founded in this Madrid Tavern
Open hours: 10.00-15.30h ; 17.30-23.00h
Phone: 91 531 00 81
Address: C/ Tetuán, 12. 28013 Madrid
|Address: C/ Tetuán, 12. 28013 Madrid|
Cuisine: Traditional Madrilenian Cuisine.
Specialities: A variety of cod dishes.
Average price: 25€