In the core of the white team’s stadium is where Real Café Bernabéu is located, a space not only created for soccer-lovers, but also for those who love the most innovative and modern cuisine.
The space is accessed through gate 30 in the stadium and split between two levels, designed by American architect Jordan Mozer. During the day, the ground floor is a coffee shop where one can enjoy a variety of pinchos, dishes and sandwiches after a visit with the “Tour of Bernabéu Stadium”; at night, the space is transformed into an exclusive lounge bar.
But its top floor is most appealing, where the restaurant offers not only Asian-rooted and Mediterranean recipes at affordable prices, but also an incomparable view of the field from its spectacular 80 meter-long glass wall.
Furthermore, during the summer months they open the terrace on the stands. It has capacity for up to one hundred people who can, Monday through Friday, make their dinner more enjoyable with live music shows. And in case this wasn’t tempting enough, on the right hand side there is a VIP bar and a private area which can be accessed by players from within the stadium. The only inconvenient is that on days when there is a game, the establishment is closed since it is rented out to organizations, companies or institutions that request so.