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By Andrew Ferren
With daytime temperatures already topping 100 degrees, Madrid’s Pride celebrations—known as Orgullo—promise to heat up the city even more. Running from July 1 through July 5, the sprawling multi-venue festival combines the city’s talent for throwi...
By Andrew Ferren

Argentine desserts like alfajores, infused lemonades, and dulce de leche in all its variations are changing the flavor of snack time in Madrid.

By Andrew Ferren
After a few climatic fits and starts over the last few weeks, summer seems poised to arrive in Madrid this weekend. And so begins another outdoor dining season. The landlocked Spanish capital may not have a seaside, but it does have magical summer...
By Andrew Ferren
These are busy days for Madrid’s youngest designers and small retailers. Before the July sales and the summer retail doldrums set in, some of the city’s smallest and most innovative fashion houses and style entrepreneurs are hawking their wares at...
By Andrew Ferren
The surprise standout exhibition in Madrid this season will whisk you worlds away from the visceral realism of Velázquez, Goya and other heroes of Spanish painting. Until June 28, you can beat the heat with a bracing plunge into the cool shimmerin...
By Andrew Ferren
Lay of the Land Argensola: Tucked between trendy Chueca and the upscale shopping district of Barrio de Salamanca, Calle Argensola is packed with independent boutiques and lively bars. Barrio de las Letras: These narrow lanes were once home t...

Restaurants in Madrid

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