- You have to enter into the spirit of an exciting and elaborate game to eat at Dry Martini. First, you go to the bar and get the password from the barman, then head for the back door of the restaurant and come in through the kitchen. Once inside, you share a communal table with everyone else, so it's like having dinner with a group of friends. As soon as you arrive, you're served a Dry Martini and then the chef appears to announce the dishes of the day out loud. It's all reminiscent of the gangster period in Chicago during Prohibition. The food is varied and interesting, including specialties like octopus kebabs and shellfish stew. There's a good selection of Spanish wines, fresh fruit cocktails and martinis to choose from.
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