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. Exposed air-conditioning piping and a mix between wood and metal fixtures gives a converted factory feel reminiscent of the meatpacking district in NYC. It has three floors with a bar on each and many stalls to buy unique tapas. The real gem of the market are the two terraces which offer a nice opportunity to have a beer in the open air without the usual “botellons” present in the rest of Malasaña.