Destination MadridDestination Madrid

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Because the clever Spaniards think you should always eat when drinking, most bars also serve food—usually tapas. And despite the efforts of the authorities, Madrid’s nightlife still happens later than in most other cities.

La Taberna De Antonio Sánchez
A classic tapas bar with a zinc counter and the appropriate associations with bullfighting. What distinguishes this establishment from others like it is that they make really, really good tapas. They also serve a salad with your drink (there was a time when all tapas were free accompaniments).
Address: C/Mesón de Paredes 13

Juana La Loca
A fairly trendy place with both traditional and newly created tapas—ostrich with plum and crispy-fried bacon, for example. Address: Plaza Puerta de Moros 4

Space Of Sound
An after-hours classic that was closed down by the authorities, but re-opened a year later. A vast space, enormous sound, hardcore DJs, and a mixed clientele.
Sundays from 9.00.
Address: Sala Macumba, Estación de Chamartín

A cool club with a varied range of music and a good dance show on stage.
Thursdays from midnight.
Address: C/Covarrubias 42 (corner of C/Luchana)

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