All Bars in Madrid

Outside the Mercado San Antón, Calle de Augusto Figueroa, 24, Madrid, Spain

This is a newly refurbished market that was built on the success of the Mercado de San Miguel. It differs from the more famous Mercado de San Miguel because it is a new building with a clean and trendy touch as opposed to the traditional market in the city centre.

View of Taberna Ángel Sierra from plaza Chueca, Calle de Gravina, 11, Madrid

At first glance it appears to be an Irish bar that is trying too hard, a closer look reveals that the dust is real and it’s not an Irish bar at all. It’s a historic bar from 1918 that hasn’t changed in all these years.

La bicicleta café cool bar in Malasaña, Plaza San Ildefonso, 9, Madrd

La bicicleta has a young student vibe with plenty of locals and tourists alike. In the front room you’ll find the bar and a large table. In the back there is a living room type feel with couches and many tables. It is a bit difficult to work out whether they have table service or not.

Bar La Realidad, Malasaña, Calle Corredera Baja de San Pablo, 51, Madird

A young hip crowd and relaxed atmosphere. La Realidad specialises in Gin tonic which is a bit of a fad in Madrid. With every bar trying to out do it's neighbour this place holds it's own. One of the things I like most about this bar is that it is constantly changing.

View of El 2D from Plaza Dos de Mayo, Calle Velarde, 24, Madrid

This is an old bar located on Plaza Dos de Mayo. With its smoke stained walls and old fixtures this place hasn’t really changed since the 70s. The real beauty of this bar is not actually inside.

View of Mercado de San Ildefonso from Calle Fuencarral, 57, Madrid

This is the latest Madrid market just recently opened. Similar to Mercado de San Miguel and San Anton. It differs from the others in that it was never previously a food market but a market for general supplies. It has the usual mix of gourmet tapas and a young hip crowd.

Outside of Pontepez, Calle Pez, 18, Madrid

This small little bar is always packed. Get there early and claim your spot at the bar. It can often seem like the bartender is a little unfriendly but it’s just because he’s extremely overworked. He can manage to memorise all the orders and almost impossibly keeps track of everything.

Inside Windguru, Calle Cebada, 9, Madrid

A bar with a surfing theme. Fitting as we are 350km from the nearest beach. A young drunken crowd means this place is always fun.

Inside Lamiak bar in La Latina, Calle Cava Baja, 42, Madrid

A great place with a relaxed atmosphere and friendly staff. Unpretentious with simple decoration but a lively atmosphere. Great for a few beers and tapas any day of the week.

La Candelita bar, Calle del Barquillo, 30, Madrid

A latin bar that serves all the best of Venezuela, Colombia and Peru. Very tropical feel without being in any way tacky. Try a Pisco Sour, they come in a bit of a small glass for my liking but they pack a punch.