Madrid Me Mata

Named after the popular magazine of the same name, a mouthpiece for Madrid's 'Movida' or New Wave, the social and cultural movement that brought together all manner of artists in the 1980s, this bar has a permanent exhibition featuring hundreds of objects from that time, such as records, instruments, newspapers, books, clothes and a whole lot more. 

Madrid Me Mata is spread over two floors. On the upper floor, there are two large bar areas, plus a more secluded section with sofas and coffee tables, and a recreation of a stage with original musical instruments (the mixing desk used in the tribute concert to Canito in 1980, a bass belonging to Los Nikis, and Ana Curra's keyboard...) All seasoned with 100% 80s music in Spanish.

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Corredera
Alta de San Pablo, 31
28004
Touristic zone: 
Malasaña
Opening Times: 

 

Sun-Thu: 9pm - 3am

Fri: 8pm-3:30am

Sat: 7pm-3:30am

 

 

Telephone: 
(+34) 91 173 82 45
Web: 
https://madridmematabar.com/
Email: 
info@madridmematabar.com
Metro: 
Tribunal (L1, L10)
Bus: 
40, 149, M2
Tipo local nocturno: 
Bar de copas