The metro station Tribunal is one of the most popular meeting spots for young people. Plaza del Dos de Mayo is great for drinking a chilled beer or glass of wine in the sunshine and is popular with locals and visitors alike. Those with an affinity for electronic music should check out Sala Arena Zoologico and Sala Republik , which also does metal and reggae nights. Since the 90s Chueca has been known as the cosmopolitan center of Gay Madrid. The nightlife there is dynamic and flashing with style, and is home to some of the most trendy and edgy bars and nightclubs in town.
There is something for everyone in Chueca.
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Her dream is to live between the two cities! She writes about her favorite Madrid spots for Nakedmadrid. This makes trying each variety easy and cheap, without having to drink your weight in beer.
During the day getting a table can be quite easy, but at night the small space gets pretty crowded. All on offer are tasty, and some are seasonal. You can find all of the locations below. Wow, this makes me want to be in Madrid right now! This is a really comprehensive list of great places. Ironically, the first bar I ever drank in was in Madrid during a high school trip at age I wonder what bar it is.
A big plus was an opportunity to spend time with a winemaker happy to share his family story, expertise and excellent wine. The tour included several days in and near Lisbon, and then five days in Porto and the wineries and vineyards along the Douro River. Thanks and you too! She writes about her favorite Madrid spots for Nakedmadrid. Our tour was in the harvest season and we were able to participate in the traditional stomping of grapes in a granite lagar. This is a really comprehensive list of great places.
I came on a organized Spain trip after high-school and tried to have some sneaky drinks myself haha. Definitely going to have to try most of these places.
Caramelized onion and goat cheese tortilla? This is such a great list — thanks so much for compiling these, Jess! Especially that tortilla at El Buo. As much as getting info from locals is a good idea… hitting up the other expats is also a very smart move. God I love this city. This just goes to show that there is almost no end to the wonders that await there.
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Great post, going to share right now!!! Some of my favorite places made this list.
I loooove Andalucian food. What a great list! Thanks so much for this..
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Such a great city. Great list, used it as a base for a very enjoyable night out in Madrid from craft beers to welcoming local restaurants to trendy bars. Would recommend this list to other out of towners. Hi, i believe that i noticed you visited my web site thus i got here to return the choose?. Our group's tour off the beaten path with Catavino was a carefree day of discovery in fine company, and with memorable food and wine. A big plus was an opportunity to spend time with a winemaker happy to share his family story, expertise and excellent wine.
I cannot think of a better way to experience the authentic Douro! We just completed a Fall Harvest tour that was organized and led by Catavino Tours. The entire experience was wonderful and met all of our expectations. The tour included several days in and near Lisbon, and then five days in Porto and the wineries and vineyards along the Douro River. All aspects of the tour were planned to provide an exceptional experience for our group of eleven friends. Our tour guide, Ryan Opaz, was extremely knowledgeable about the wines, the Quintas, the history of Port and Portuguese table wine and the country of Portugal.
Finally, the food was amazing and included several dinners and lunches with wine makers who were personally know by Ryan. The tour and experience could not have been better! Just spent a wonderful day in the Douro wine region with the Catavino team and a local winemaker. We had breathtaking views of a side of the Douro that most visitors don't get to see, knowledgeable explanations of the grapes, wines and processes and of course, delicious table and port wines, some poured straight from the barrel.
The highlight of the day was the chance to join the Purple Foot Club by treading grapes in stone tanks. Yesterday we had the chance to visit a few places in the Douro with Catavino. We had the chance to meet one very young producer Oscar Quevedo: The highlight was a great food experience in the winery while staring at the amazing Douro landscape, while sipping whites, red and port wine from the same house. Outstanding day trip from Porto with Catavino!