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By day, the Covadonga’s denizens are generally old Spanish guys playing dominoes and eating traditional Asturian delicacies like tortilla Española, but by night it’s a whole different demographic that flocks here. Young local hipsters arrive around 7pm to begin their night out with a few beers—and shots—among friends. It’s an old cantina—a traditional drinking den—and the futbol is always on TV, the aging waiters wear prim black vests over starchy white shirts, and the interiors haven’t had a makeover in what feels like 50 years. It’s comforting to know, though, that even in the Roma, one of the hippest parts of town, some places never change.