Madrid Restaurants and Shopping

While seeing a at the or Picasso’s famed Guernica are two ways to experience art in , the city’s chefs also elevate new cuisine to an art form—or some might even say a science. Inside ’s eclectic , like El Chaflan, DiverXo, or Coque, culinary alchemists mix flavors in new and inventive ways that inspire all of the senses. Similarly, a crop of stylish new gastrobars, like Estado Puro and Le Cabrera, are putting a fresh spin on traditional specialties.

Just north of Madrid’s historic center, the renovated district is the place to go for high-end fashion streets like Serrano and . Locals call this strip the “Golden Mile” for its ultra-glamorous shops and luxury boutiques carrying top Spanish and , including Adolfo Dominguez, Amaya Arzuaga, , and Manolo Blahnik. It’s also the neighborhood for upmarket jewelers, like Suarez, Tiffany & Co., and .