Cañas y tapas

“Cañas” are smallish glasses of beer you get in bars in Spain, and which are usually accompanied by a “tapa”. Hey, people, can you explain what a “tapa” is? Can you explain “ir de cañas”?



3 responses to “Cañas y tapas

  1. “Ir de cañas” means to go for a drink with friends.

    If you do that going to a bar instead of a pub, it’s usually much cheaper and you usually get “tapas” – something to eat while you drink, so that you can socialize longer!

    “Tapas” can be lots of different things, from olives to medallions of pork sirloin with pepper sauce!

    “Bares” are not fashionable places, like pubs, so they’re not too good to pick up!

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