Students virtually visit the famous Madrid food stalls of El Mercado de San Miguel via a link to the Google reviews images that were uploaded from there (hyperlinked in directions document). For those of you who've sadly never been able to visit Madrid, this market is located within 5 minutes of la Puerta del Sol and la Plaza Mayor and has food stalls of all types--various cooking ingredients, tapas, dessert, drinks, traditional cuisine, etc.--housed in a historic building.
Then, students must pick a given number of stalls to eat at, and write how they would greet the merchant, ask a question, order their food, comment on their food, pay, and say goodbye. I had students record these conversations and upload them to my LMS but this could easily be a writing task or class presentations with the pictures as a backdrop.
I taught this lesson using lots of student choice and also have a more traditional restaurant skit rubric that they were able to choose between included in the directions document. I initially wanted students to use the site speakingphoto.com because it looked easy, nice, and quality to add voice to photos as if students were actually there but was only able to dedicate 30 minutes to this activity.
This material is given via a link that will copy to your Google Drive to allow personalization. I used this to compliment Avancemos 1 4.2.