It is a small premises that has recreated the appearance of the American diners from the 50s, and pays tribute to the Francis Ford Coppola film "Peggy Sue got married".
Here hamburgers are eaten in special Guinness bread, hot dogs like the Crazy Charlie (with a26cm sausage, relish, fried onions and cheddar cheese, besides ketchup and mustard) and milkshakes. Waiters dressed like they did in those days and authentic jukeboxes that work if you put a coin in.
Mon – Thu: 1.30pm - 4.30pm / 8.30pm - 11.30 pm ; Fri-Sun: 1.30pm - 4.30pm / 8.30pm - 12.30 am
Cómete Madrid! A fortnight to enjoy food beyond the pleasures of the palate (21 Jan-5 Feb).
Learn about the origin of this deep-rooted tradition and find out which tapas you won't want to leave Madrid without trying first.
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