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Articles about Madrid

With all the controversy currently swirling over big game hunting, it’s nice to know there is an animal-friendly way to achieve that sought-after safari look without actually killing anything. In his old-world studio on Madrid’s tranquil yet trend...
By Andrew Ferren
As Madrid’s heat wave winds down, it’s safe to enjoy the outdoors again. You'll feel like a kid on summer holiday while strolling the streets of Madrid’s super-trendy Malasaña neighborhood with a gourmet popsicle from Lolo Polos.  For about $3 ...
By Andrew Ferren
Summer is shaping up to be anything but a slow season on the Madrid restaurant scene, with new ventures arriving in rapid succession all around the city. When it opened a few weeks back, El Imparcial in La Latina elicited headlines heralding the r...
By Andrew Ferren
Spain’s first Bourbon ruler, King Philip V (1683-1746), was raised at the court of his grandfather, French King Louis XIV. Needless to say, Versailles left an indelible impression on the young monarch, who would go on to build one of Spain’s most ...
By Andrew Ferren
Spain’s first Bourbon ruler, King Philip V (1683-1746), was raised at the court of his grandfather, French King Louis XIV. Needless to say, Versailles left an indelible impression on the young monarch, who would go on to build one of Spain’s most ...
By Andrew Ferren
Necessity may also the mother of discovery. When our movers mistakenly pushed up our moving date by nearly a week, we scrambled to find comfortable accommodations for our family of four in the heart of Madrid (and in the throes of a heatwave). Wit...

Restaurants in Madrid

The convivial restaurant grills the best green-chile cheeseburgers around, plus blue-corn tacos and chicken-fried steaks.