Calle de Cervantes 2
Miguel de Cervantes Saavedra (1547–1616), the author of Don Quijote, spent much of his adult life in Madrid and lived and died at Calle...
One of Madrid’s classic jazz clubs, this place offers a low-key atmosphere and top-quality music, which is mostly jazz with occasional...
One of the most atmospheric old tabernas (taverns) of Madrid, Casa Alberto has been around since 1827 and occupies a building where...
Plaza de Matute 2 · interesting places nearby
El Imperfecto information
Its name notwithstanding, the ‘Imperfect One’ is our ideal Huertas bar, with live jazz most Tuesdays at 9pm and a drinks menu as long as a saxophone, ranging from cocktails (€7) and spirits to milkshakes, teas and creative coffees. Its piña colada is one of the best we’ve tasted and the atmosphere is agreeably buzzy yet chilled.