A perfect blend of the modern with the most redeemable elements of traditional Spanish folklore, this place has flamenco in its soul, while at the same time being a rabidly contemporary bar. The chairs designed like ornamental combs, the large orange armchairs lining the wall, and the beautiful portraits of young women wearing mantillas all make this a very attractive place. In addition to a fine food menu there's a nice list of cocktails and premium drinks. The clientele tends to be thirtysomethings who like to come here to chat while moving to the beats of the music.
|Venue name:||Olé Lola|
San Mateo, 28
|Opening hours:||Sun-Thu 12.30pm-2am; Fri, Sat 12.30pm-2.30am|
|Transport:||Alonso Martínez (M: L4, L5, L10)|