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...
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...
One of the most atmospheric old tabernas (taverns) of Madrid, Casa Alberto has been around since 1827 and occupies a building where...
Calle de las Huertas 22 · interesting places nearby
One of Madrid’s classic jazz clubs, this place offers a low-key atmosphere and top-quality music, which is mostly jazz with occasional blues, swing and even flamenco thrown into the mix. Compay Segundo, Sonny Fortune and the Canal Street Jazz Band have all played here. Shows start at 10.45pm but, if you want a seat, get here early.