The first time I went here was to see my friends’ band playing, and the venue suited them perfectly. Small and intimate, I felt like I was having a personal concert in my living room! The bar was stacked with people, and the atmosphere was hot. Since then, I’ve been back several times, for other concerts or just for a relaxing drink in the (Spanish) afternoon – 17:00 – 19:00. Early evening, it’s a chilled out oasis of calm, and in the evenings it gets busy, especially on the nights when there is something on.
Apart from small concerts of local bands they also do comedy sessions, poetry slams, film screenings and speed-dating nights. This year they have decided to make cocktails their thing, so I’ll definitely be going to try those out! In terms of food, they have a really interesting menu with salads, hamburgers, and their speciality luna rellenas (fajitas with loads of mouth-watering fillings). My favourite is the luna verde salad, which has goat’s cheese and walnuts – it’s really big and filling, perfect for sharing.
Another thing to mention about this place is the decor. There are cats everywhere – wall murals, framed in photos, ornaments perched in precarious places, on the cushions, and arty prints on display around the walls. How many can you count?!