The best winter terraces in Madrid (such as Pipa & Co.)
Because terracism or terracing should never end. Eating and drinking outdoors (or almost free) should be a fundamental gastronomic right. And in Madrid it is possible in places like these. We like a cane too much in the sun (also, the weather in Madrid allows us to enjoy the occasional sunny winter morning). We need covered terraces and patios but with natural light to feel that summer never left. In addition, dear smokers, in many of these places also allow you to give vice.
The garden of Salvador Bachiller
The possibility of eating brunch every day of the week turned this green space into madness from Madrid overnight. Now, in addition, they have prepared their last plant so that happiness does not end even in winter.
The Encarna Bistró Andaluz
Yes, we are faced with a patio covered with the delicacy of the French bistros and the southern tapas gastronomy; this is the Bistró Andaluz La Encarna, which has the best of Cádiz in Paris. That is to say, the combination of the lifestyle of the south of Spain, the way to enjoy the table, to share the food or a glass of wine, and, above all, to have a good time; with the warm and cozy decoration of the French bistro. (Calle Recaredo, 2, Monday to Saturday from 1pm to 4pm, 8:30 pm to 11:30 pm and Sunday from 1pm to 4pm Sunday evening: Closed)
Mexico and Spain coexist in Comala… all year. Its terrace of 30m2 glazed and acclimated for any moment is one of the best places to discover the most exquisite cuisine there through, for example, the Jornadas del Ibérico al Maíz that have been created for the winter season (until the 14th February), with dishes such as corn cream with fried torreznos and kikos powder; or the pozole of tender corn and pork ribs with its garnish.
Patio Magnum (Hotel Villa Magna)
One of the best hotels in Madrid hides a corner for winter: its Patio Magnum, where you can enjoy the cocktails of the Magnum Bar.
Kion & Sui
Stuck with his cousin-brother Inari, Kion & Sui opened this summer in La Moraleja to show us the delights of the Chifa cuisine, one of the first fusion cuisines in the world created in Peru by Cantonese immigrants. And like Inari, this restaurant was born with a beautiful terrace where you can (and should) be all year round.