Locals mourned the closing of the classic Madrid-Barcelona restaurant that occupied this location for decades, named for a former train stop on Carrer Aragó where the inter-city railroad arrived for a century until 1960. The new owners kept the famous sign when it reopened as Vinitus in 2018, and if it lacks the former establishment’s patina of age, it has the same cozy ambiance, thanks to the graceful mezzanine level that overhangs the bar. Mommy meals abound, and the kitchen excels at seafood. Try the huevos estrellados, a specialty, and the crunchy camembert. The yummy desserts, at 2.80€ each, may be the best deal in town.