Late dining in Madrid

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Who hasn’t missed the traditional dinner time by mistake? Where can we go for dinner if you fancy a bite to eat at unearthly hours? What if the theatre session has gone on longer than it should have or if our friends have arrived in Madrid much later than planned? The city boasts a wide range of establishments who will serve those who want to dine out of hours.  

- Platea Madrid

Calle de Goya, 5 - 7. Metro: Colón, Serrano.

Large culinary space with around twenty restaurants serving national and international cuisine with concerts and live shows.  

- La Maruca

Velázquez, 54. Metro: Serrano and Velázquez

Spacious establishment with a menu that changes in accordance with the time of the day.  Extensive bar, informal dining room, more intimate lounge and acclimatised terrace.  

- La Primera

Gran Vía, 1. Metro: Gran Vía

Sophisticated eatery with light-hearted and cosmopolitan touches, popular with international visitors for its Spanish omelette, anchovies from Santoña or scorpionfish pie.

- Bang Cook

General Martínez Campos, 43. Metro: Alonso Cano

Inspired by the streets and gardens of Thailand with a light-hearted and fun atmosphere. It combines music, cocktails, mixology and traditional and creative Thai cuisine.

- Tatel

Paseo de la Castellana, 36. Metro: Núñez de Balboa

Quality personalised cuisine which revives the best traditions to adapt it to today’s public. It seeks to internationalise the traditional Spanish culture and cuisine.  

- LobByto 

Calle de Echegaray, 8. Metro: Antón Martín

Located in the lobby of the Gran Hotel Inglés, this cocktail bar has a unique cocktail list and also serves breakfast, lunch, afternoon tea, dinner or snacks between hours.

-Taste Gallery

Plaza de San Miguel, 8. Metro: Sol

It has a menu of Mediterranean recipes prepared with the finest ingredients,  a perfect place to have a vermouth and some tapas and two ‘cave’ lounges, which are ideal for groups and events.

- Viva Madrid

Manuel Fernández y González, 7. Metro: Antón Martín

A one hundred year old shop that started out as an illustrious tavern in 1856, offers a mix between tavern and cocktail lounge, served by the Argentinean bartender, Diego Cabrera.

- CAST.74

Paseo de la Castellana, 74. Metro: Gregorio Marañon

Restaurant with a great deal of personality and an extensive culinary offer. It has a breakfast menu, along with tapas and main dishes, as well as an extensive list of exclusive cocktails.  

- Caripén

Plaza de la Marina Española, 4. Metro: Santo Domingo

French art decó restaurant famous for its rock mussels. It was the flamenco house of Lola Flores, of which it conserves the festive, uninhibited and bohemian atmosphere and a  roguish touch.

- Lady Pepa 

Calle de San Lorenzo, 5. Metro: Príncipe de Vergara

Famous for its spaghetti bolognaise cooked in a clay pot. It is possible to find musicians playing their songs.  

- Taberna La Carmencita

Calle de la Libertad, 16. Metro: Chueca

This is the second oldest tavern in Madrid, 1854, visited by authors from the 1927 generation and by the Madrid Movement. It has recovered the spirit of the former 19th century eating houses.  

- Baco y Beto

Pelayo, 24. Metro: Chueca

Tavern with a pleasant atmosphere whose menu includes dishes such as spider crab pie, aubergine in parmesan or turkey and brie toasted bread.

- Bar Tomate

Fernando el Santo, 26. Metro: Colón

It is a charming place with an extensive menu offering specialities such as cuttlefish with fried egg or octopus carpaccio with peppers. It has DJ sessions on Fridays and Saturdays.

 

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Modern and traditional cuisine, cocktail bars and centuries-old inns… The best suggestions to savour what Madrid has to offer in the food and drink department – which is definitely a lot!

Unwind over a drink, dance till the small hours, have a great evening out at the theatre… Anything goes when it comes to having evening fun in Madrid. Choose your style and get carried away!

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