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Chinese Restaurants in Madrid: The 4 You Need to Know

We all think we know Chinese food. It’s cheap, it’s tasty, it’s a guilty pleasure. It’s so much more than that. Mad4Madrid checks out 4 Chinese restaurants with a difference, from sizzling hot pots, to scrumptious street snacks, to award winning fusion. Put down that prawn cracker, we’re just getting started.

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Pop Into Berlin

Berlin is coming to Madrid! From the 7th to the 19th of November, visitBerlin have opened up a Pop-Up shop in Malasaña. With over twenty brands offering everthing from cosmetics, to fashion, to technology , what are you waiting for?

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Buenasaña: A Deli on the Dash

The latest edition to Madrid’s extensive list of trendy places to grab a bite, Buensaña repackages the barrio’s bohemian charm into a freshly prepared lunchbox. Quick n’ easy bites for the Madrileño on the go.

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A las Veinte Cero Cero: Concerts in Museums

For just a few days a year, Veinte Cero Cero transforms two of Madrid’s most exquisite historic buildings, Museo de Romanticismo and Museo Cerralbo, into the vanguard of the city’s indie music scene.

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Tomavistas at Ochoymedio

Missing the summer already? Us too. More than anything it’s the idea of having to get through another 7-8 months without another music festival. Luckily though just cause the heats died down doesn’t meant the volume has too.

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DJ Marathon: Malasaña Makes Some Noise

Bust out your dancing shoes and get ready for the long haul. This Thursday your favourite party barrio is getting ready for another loud one: six bars meet eleven DJs. Oh, and theres free shots your first drink at each venue.

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Villamanuela Returns to Malasaña!

This weekend Malasaña and Conde-Duque will once again be stealing the the spotlight as the Villamanuela Festival returns to the two iconic neighbourhoods. Experience the best of Madrid’s cultural, gastronomic, and artistic scenes with street food, live music, and activities, the 7th-8th of October.

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Ciento y Pico Market Rentrée Edition

This is the XXXIII Edition of the Ciento y Pico Market and they are celebrating the rentrée edition! What it means? The end of the summer, come back to work, to the cold days…but with a smile created thanks to 15 art, fashion and accessories brands.

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“Los jueves de verano”, on Thursday the Museo del Romanticismo is free

Los jueves de verano are tours through art and everyday life during the nineteenth century thanks to the furniture, pictures and even weapons is possible in this museum, filled with objects that connect visitors directly with Spanish Romanticism. And free on Thursday! With concerts in the garden too!

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Casa Corona, where you’ll want to spend your entire summer!

Casa Corona is the “chiringuito” of the year! Into a secret patio there will be a bar and…classes of illustration for ceramics, Master Yoga Class, DIY class, inboard classes, a workshop on urban gardening, live radio and brunch on Sunday!

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