This Industrial Revolution wrought-iron-and-glass-facade building, set right in the heart of the Austrias district just below the Plaza Mayor, has been allowed to retain its charming original moderniste structure, but character-wise has metamorphosed into a highly sanitized "center of gastronomic recreation," where stalls sell fancy meat, fish, fruits, and vegetables alongside specialist goodies, while an equal number of new, pricey bars offer everything from traditional sherries and vermuts to imported French champagne and oysters. It's all very chic and with nary a grain of sawdust on the spotless floors.