Rather than doing an extensive guide on all-things-Madrid, I have decided to share with you my best Madrid spots once a month with only three top ones.
Image credit: Hermosos y Malditos
 Hermosos y Malditos
Calle de Hermosilla, 23
+34 911 09 14 41

I have been to this restaurant, which is located on the first floor of Totem Hotel, first time on the day after its soft opening and fell in love with its sleek and elegant interior, beautiful F.S Fitzgerald inspired branding and lots of space. Now the place is in full “bloom”(verified last week), the bar is buzzing with people waiting for their tables, so book ahead! My recommendations: Costillas deshuesadas, Pasta Fresca.

Plaza Canalejas, 3
10.00 to 21.30
This this shop I first visited in Lisbon, and  then accidentally stumbled on in Madrid. Not only they have the most creative and witty designs, but also good quality: their t-shirts are really silky-soft! All the t-shirts are unisex.
Image credit: Fundación MAPFRE

Fundación MAPFRE: Sala Recoletos

Paseo de Recoletos, 23
General Admission: 3€
First of all, I have never visited an exhibition here that was so-so, secondly, it is not as packed as Prado or Thyssen, and the space feels more intimate. In past years I have seen here amazing exhibitions of the works of Bonnard  (gathered from all over the world) and Les Fauves collection.
From February 25th, there will be a new one presented, “Return to beauty”  showcasing the masterpieces of Italian art from between the wars.
Felice Casorati Ritratto di Renato Gualino [Portrait of Renato Gualino], 1923-1924 (detalle) Istituto Matteucci, Viareggio ©Felice Casorati, VEGAP, Madrid, 1917

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