This restaurant was the busiest in the Old Town, often full of friendly Irish and British regulars all being looked after by the charismatic Damian, his wife and their happy team. Everyone talked to everyone and it was the place to be. Good(ish) food but a wonderful craic.
Then they moved upmarket and uptown to Calle Ancha. Much bigger, posher and full of small rooms, nooks and crannies. The sort of place to take your mistress and not be seen! It just didn't happen and they lost their way a bit.
The new building didn't last long before they shut-up shop, put up the for sale notices and re-opened the original La Comedia - which they hadn't managed to sell!
Back where they belong and hopefully their once strong following is now back with them and enjoying the atmosphere and eclectic menu.
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