Cristóbal Benitez Arte Africano
For something a little different and anything but contemporary, this gallery of antique African art is quite extraordinary and a must...
Museo de Cera
This wax museum, with more than 450 characters, is a fairly standard version of the genre. Models range from the Beatles to Bart...
You could come here for the English breakfast or the brunch, but we like this place for its 75-plus different types of gin. By day, the...
La Buena Vida
A cross between a Parisian bistro and an old-school upmarket Madrid restaurant, this prestigious Chueca place is popular with a...
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Galería Moriarty information
During la movida madrileña in the 1980s, Galería Moriarty (then in Calle del Almirante) was one of Madrid’s most important meeting places of culture and counterculture, drawing the iconic Agatha Ruiz de la Prada, film-maker Pedro Almodóvar and photographer García-Alix, among others, to attend its exhibitions and parties. It has moved a number of times since, but it remains one of the most important small galleries in Madrid, with all manner of interesting contemporary exhibitions.