Ignore the misaimed fandom of the Empire of the Sun and enjoy some of the best Japanese cuisine in Madrid.
Read more: Yugo The Bunker
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Go for the circus alone at this celebrity-owned socialite zoo in Madrid.
Read more: Tatel Madrid
All-day restaurant and concept shop – and a reason for heading to Madrid’s El Rastro that isn’t the flea market.
Read more: El Imparcial
Rooftop bar, restaurant and theatre. Oh, and one of the gayest gyms in Madrid.
Read more: Gymage Lounge Resort
Nothing soggy about this trendy Triball restaurant named after the good old Marie biscuit.
Read more: Bar Galleta
Too stressful to go every night but this slaughterhouse concept is a Madrid experience that you’ll want to pocket at least once.
Read more: Sala de Despiece
Five-star boutique swankiness in a covetable location, right on the edge of Chueca, at the nice end of Gran Vía.
Read more: The Principal Madrid
Bringing the 80s back to Madrid, a friendly attitude-free scene keeps packing them in with big weekend events and a busy live act schedule.
Read more: La Boîte
Located where Chueca meets Malasaña, this elegant boutique property really sits in the sweet spot of Madrid.
Read more: Urso Hotel & Spa
Finally some noodles in the Spanish capital that don’t leave you feeling limp.
Read more: Chuka Ramen Bar
Bold and ambitious, it’s a food and entertainment emporium like Madrid – or you, probably – has never seen before.
Read more: La Platea
This little hotspot in Madrid’s Las Salesas district isn’t wondering how to make ends meet.
Read more: Lady Madonna
Street food without the food trucks, a market on the boundary between Chueca and Malasaña that’s good for drinks too.
Read more: Mercado de San Ildefonso
Ringing in the return of the hardcore, underground clubbing experience with the best in electro house and minimal techno to take you into the small hours.
Read more: Cassette
The rooftop of the Art Deco arts centre offers visiting intellectuals a place to enjoy hot churros and discuss the world accompanied by live jazz.
Read more: Circulo de Bellas Artes
Gaze at the stars and mingle with celebrities at this hotel penthouse terrace with unrivaled views of the city and its own private elevator.
Read more: The Roof (The Penthouse)
Bringing the hot boys out by the thousands, ready to whip off their shirts before you can say ‘is it hot in here or is it you?’
The richest tennis tournament outside the four grand slams and the last warm-up to the French Open.
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