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My wife and I were walking down this street (Huertas) trying to find our way back to our hotel near the Neptune water fountain, when we stumbled into this small place that advertised caipirinhas, we decided to give it a try. Result, Caipirinhas were absolutely...More
This is meant to be the best Caipirinha bar in Madrid and I can totally believe it. Totally un-prententious single room bar. Slightly worn look which suits it perfectly. Comfy chairs, area for a group. Lounge jazz music playing. Decent wines. Friendly staff. A great...More
This is a friendly place where clearly the locals go, but it's extremely welcoming to visitors to Madrid too. We were staying nearby in the wonderful Artistic B and B. Looking for a nightcap we spotted the intriguing word caipirinhas and just had to give...More
Always come here when in Madrid, barman remembered us from 2 years ago we come here for a drink before dinner. The caipirinhas here are the best, you try for yourself. Nice array of snacks with your drinks from nuts, salami, other snacks were offered...More
This little bar was around the corner from our rented apartment near Santa Ana; Huge measure of great Orujo Crema (similar to Baileys) and lovely smooth vino tinto...Returned this evening to try the Capirinhas - never had Cashaca before - it was lovely: really fresh...More
This bar is very low key but has a great vibe. These are the best caiprinha's you will ever drink! VERY strong and great value for money. The complimentary nibbles are a real plus too. The bar staff are really friendly and clearly enjoy what...More
Also known as Barrio de las Letras, Huertas was once home to prominent literary figures, Miguel de Cervantes and Lope de Vega among them. The neighbourhood is committed to celebrating its rich heritage: Calle Huertas itself is inlaid with quotes from celebrated authors, street names pay homage to them, and second-hand bookshops pervade. Huertas receives a fair amount of spillover from the center —
side streets around Plaza Santa Ana take on a foreign party atmosphere at night, and you always see young backpackers navigating the streets — but as you descend into the neighbourhood, everything becomes a little more cramped and slightly less refined, and takes on more of an underground feel. Live music is at the heart of Huertas: by night, its subdued bars are ideal for meeting friends, sipping cocktails, and chatting quietly while enjoying jazz or singer-songwriter performances.