This place became famous for serving a cocktail with the exotic name of leche de pantera, which actually traces its origins to the Spanish Foreign Legion. Open since 1971, it continues to attract young people every night, often university students. The sounds here are mainly commercially-oriented, from dance music to the rock and pop hits currently playing on the radio and latin beats. Its exclusive cocktails can be ordered in 1, 2, 3, 4 or 6 litre sizes to share with friends. Its cave-like decor (with stalactites included) gives it a different touch.
Fernando El Católico, 77
|Opening hours:||Daily 1pm-3am.|
|Transport:||Moncloa (M: L3, L6)|