Cocktail bars have really become fashionable here in Madrid and the city now has one for every possible taste. This particular one is located in the neighbourhood of Triball. Formerly a bordello, this place has been converted into a classic cocktail bar, with a long bar (which was actually already part of the premises during its former life) upholstered in black leather, green bell-shaped lights, wooden bar fittings with details from El Rastro market, vintage and retro furniture mixed with original designer touches and a stripped wooden floor with decorative floor tiles, good music and an atmosphere that has a slightly underground feel to it.
It stays open until 3am on weekdays and until 3.30am at weekends.
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