Las Cuevas de Sésamo
Today 7:00 pm – 2:30 am
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Calle del Principe, 7 28012 Madrid Spain
Calle del Principe, 7ESComunidad de MadridMadrid28012
+34 914 29 65
BarToday 7:00 pm – 2:30 am
Monday 7:00 pm – 2:00 amTuesday 7:00 pm – 2:00 amWednesday 7:00 pm – 2:00 amThursday 7:00 pm – 2:00 amFriday 7:00 pm – 2:30 amSaturday 7:00 pm – 2:30 amSunday Closed
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Pedro Pablo Merino
2 years ago
calimocho, cerveza, chorizitos, amigos. simplemente genial.
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James Ramya Rajan J
a year ago
Might not be very well kept or might have the most comfortable seating arrangement, but it has the best Sangria I have had in Madrid! At the end of the day, all your disappointments with the place, vanish into that wonderful jar of Sangria they serve. :)
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Kiko borrico
2 years ago
muy buen ambiente y buena música
A Google User
3 years ago
Las Cuevas del Sésamo. A DISGUSTING, STIFLING AND EXPENSIVE PLACE. Last night I was in the above-mentioned place, that my friends and I used to visit frequently some years ago. Surprisingly we found the same all place or even worse… Queues now seem to be waiting outside the bar instead of in the empty lobby, why? They make you wait outside getting cold and they give you a ticket with a number on it like if you were at the butcher’s waiting for your turn to let you in, it was really lame. Furthermore, a group of 9 people tired of waiting (they were there for an hour approximately) gave us their ticket, which we shared with a group of 4 girls that had been waiting quite a lot, as an act of solidarity. When we finally got into the bar, the stifling atmosphere and the unpleasant body odour slapped me right on the face as long as I was going downstairs (at least when smoking was allowed the place didn`t smell like sweat and filth) and the “nice” waiter crammed the 9 of us in a small and embedded- to-a-wall table letting us have a seat with half of the bottom leaning on the hobbit-size wooden stool (in order to fit), no comments… With all the “friendliness” that characterizes this place’s staff, which seems to be nastier, curter and even more impolite as years go by, they served us two jars of sangria, for an astonishing price of 11€ each!. What the hell they think they are serving, Ribera del Duero? (really good Spanish red wine). Rip-off aside, the quality of sangria has fallen sharply. It certainly wasn’t the best sangria in the world before, but at least was suitable for human consumption. Nowadays I don’t really know what they put in it. Besides its cologne and hobo’s wine taste, I’ve never had that kind of hangover the day after for several years, what a dreadful drink! .Health authorities should analyze the beverage that they serve in there. To sum up, this famous place of Madrid’s nightlife has seen its best years, now they have nothing but the bar’s name and good passed memories into their former customers’ minds and misinformed tourists to keep the pot boiling. The staff is also putting a lot of effort into getting the bar eventually closed and if you don’t want to have a disagreeable evening (and the day after as well) I strongly recommend you to go somewhere else, where you’ll certainly be treated a way better.
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Aitor Rodriguez
2 years ago
me encantan los cocteles y la decoracion. puedes estar tomandote un coctel y ver los pajaritos.
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Pedro Rocha
3 years ago
Funny bar. Decent sangria.
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Chris Smith
3 years ago
A Google User
4 years ago
Decent sangría, but it's not the best place to eat. Always full on weekends.