I’m not really into piano bars but wow, this place, with the random name which is open till 6am, took me by surprise.
We ended here because the bar we were in was shutting and we were not ready to call it a night. This place was the perfect place to end the night – and while my memory is hazy I remember one big room with a large grand piano in the corner and with everyone piled around it. Beautiful singing filled the room along with the ring of the piano keys. People would take it in turns to sing but these were no amateurs (or if they were, they should be on broadway). There was an air of patriotism as traditional Spanish songs were sung proudly, the audience joining in, sometimes swaying with the music. This is the place to be if you want to get that authentic Spanish experience.
Entry: 10 euros (also gets you a free drink)
Tony 2 – for the traditional experience
Calle del Almirante 9 (on the edge of Chueca)