Nightowls will find Madrid a paradise every night of the week. Visitors must keep in mind the late dining hours; restaurants do not even open until eight or nine o’clock. Many night establishments are open until the early morning hours. • In the vicinity of the Plaza de Santa Bárbara, the Glorieta de Bilbao and Alonso Martínez, a large number of popular bars, pubs, fast food restaurants and ice cream parlors are concentrated. • The bars in the districts of Arguelles and Moncloa are generally frequented by University students and a younger crowd. • Malasaña, in the vicinty of the Plaza de Dos de Mayo, has countless cafés and bars with live music, in addition to moderately–priced restaurants. • The Calle Huertas and the Plaza de Santa Ana offer a lively nightlife and cafés with live music. • The streets of Paseo de la Castellana, Paseo de Recoletos and Paseo del Prado boast quality restaurants, cafés and popular night spots. • In the summer months and especially at night, open–air terraces abound in the areas of the Paseo de la Castellana and the Parque del Oeste. The daily newspapers generally publish a weekly entertainment supplement on Thursday or Friday which provides detailed information on restaurants, bars, cinemas, theaters, art galleries, etc.
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