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Much better than the over hyped Mercado San Miguel, the San Anton boasts a good variety of eating and shopping options. Although there are many tourists who frequent this market, lots of locals also come here to eat, drink, and shop. We ate tapas, drank...More
This is one of those converted market spaces offering great choice of tapas. Tables surround the balcony. The slightly frustrating bit is piecing together your meal from the different outlets, so there’s a fair bit of queuing up, and worrying about losing your table space....More
Mercado de San Antón, in the Chueca section of Madrid, is a multi-level market offering just about everything you can imagine. The first floor is dedicated to a traditional market. From meat, to fish, vegetables, to spices, oils and desserts; if you need it, chances...More
Lovely little indoor market. On the roof is a nice bar with outdoor seating. Great on a pleasant day.
On the second floor there is sushi with very clear allergy markings. I had some gluten free sushi which was quite good.
I’ve been a few times and absolutely love the atmosphere! The convenience of multiple food options in one location is ideal for groups with different tastes/preferences, and there’s a bit of variety to choose from. (That said, there are almost no options for vegans or...More
The atmosphere, the interior, the colors. I loved it. We got a bowl of fresh fruit, and I continue to be amazed of the delicious flavors. You cannot leave the place hungry. Make sure to explore the entire building!!!
A must go to. Both for...More
Has a supermarket in the basement. Market stalls on the upper floors. Not as pretty or as trendy as Mercado de San Miguel but perfect if you are exploring this neighbourhood. The fruit stand is delicious. We also had padrone peppers and patatas alioli which...More
Chueca is the hip, gay neighbourhood of Madrid where many of the streets are narrow and intimate, but where the hustle and bustle and the eclectic storefronts and people give it a distinctly urban feel. The main thoroughfare is Calle Hortaleza and the main square is Plaza Chueca, completely filled with terraza tables serving copas (mixed drinks) during summer. A mixture of trendy and grungy, some of the adult businesses
here are explicitly racy in their signage. From the rainbow flags to the signs above the entrances of its many funky bars, to the date spot restaurants, Chueca is a vibrant and colorful place. It's always interesting to explore the different corners of Chueca by day, and by night, the area becomes a major nightlife destination when the clubs open their doors.