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Café La Palma information
It’s amazing how much variety Café La Palma has packed into its labyrinth of rooms. Live shows featuring hot local bands are held at the back, while DJs mix it up at the front. Some rooms have a cafe style, while others evoke an Arab tea room, pillows on the floor and all. You might find live music other nights as well, but there are always two shows at 10pm and midnight from Thursday to Saturday. Every night is a little different and the various rooms ensure that you spend the whole night here, simply moving from room to room depending on your mood. Later on, some of Madrid's better DJs take over.