Mercado de San Antón, Madrid

[:en]Back in December I told you about Madrid and its many markets. Then I introduced you to the popular Mercado de San Miguel in the city center and promised I’d be back with a few others you should visit if you ever found yourself in Madrid.

So here I am, today I present you another must-see market for the curious souls, because did you hear kids, markets are in vogue (again)!

SPAIN: Mercado de San Antón, Madrid || Wanderwings

SPAIN: Mercado de San Antón, Madrid

The Mercado de San Antón in the famous neighbourhood of Chueca is an old traditional Spanish indoors farmers’ market remodeled into a delicacies heaven (food market). On the ground floor you can find the finest spices, the most elegant of wines, the freshest seafood and fish, and the juiciest of meats, among other things, for you to take home.

SPAIN: Mercado de San Antón, Madrid
SPAIN: Mercado de San Antón, Madrid
SPAIN: Mercado de San Antón, Madrid
SPAIN: Mercado de San Antón, Madrid
SPAIN: Mercado de San Antón, Madrid
SPAIN: Mercado de San Antón, Madrid
SPAIN: Mercado de San Antón, Madrid
SPAIN: Mercado de San Antón, Madrid
SPAIN: Mercado de San Antón, Madrid
SPAIN: Mercado de San Antón, Madrid

And on the top floor and rooftop a multicultural food court, restaurant, and art gallery can be enjoyed. From delicious pastries and freshly baked bread to mussels and pintxos, washed down with the best of Riojas.

SPAIN: Mercado de San Antón, Madrid
SPAIN: Mercado de San Antón, Madrid
SPAIN: Mercado de San Antón, Madrid

A must if your trips aren’t complete without food!

Psst, and between you and me, here you can also buy the most delicious organic burgers from my favourite Hamburguesa Nostra

Address:
Calle Augusto Figueroa, 24
28004 MadridOpening Hours:

Farmers Market (1st Floor)
Monday to Saturday: 10 am – 10 pm
Sundays: 10 am – 3 pm
Show Cooking (2nd Floor)
Monday to Sunday: 11 am – midnight
Rooftop Restaurant (3rd Floor)
Sunday to Thursday: 10 am to midnight
Friday & Saturday: 10 am to 1:30 am

Have you ever been to Mercado de San Antón? Did you have a good time? Is there a similar place where you live?[:es]Back in December I told you about Madrid and its many markets. Then I introduced you to the popular Mercado de San Miguel in the city center and promised I’d be back with a few others you should visit if you ever found yourself in Madrid.

So here I am, today I present you another must-see market for the curious souls, because did you hear kids, markets are in vogue (again)!

SPAIN: Mercado de San Antón, Madrid || Wanderwings

SPAIN: Mercado de San Antón, Madrid

The Mercado de San Antón in the famous neighbourhood of Chueca is an old traditional Spanish indoors farmers’ market remodeled into a delicacies heaven (food market). On the ground floor you can find the finest spices, the most elegant of wines, the freshest seafood and fish, and the juiciest of meats, among other things, for you to take home.

SPAIN: Mercado de San Antón, Madrid
SPAIN: Mercado de San Antón, Madrid
SPAIN: Mercado de San Antón, Madrid
SPAIN: Mercado de San Antón, Madrid
SPAIN: Mercado de San Antón, Madrid
SPAIN: Mercado de San Antón, Madrid
SPAIN: Mercado de San Antón, Madrid
SPAIN: Mercado de San Antón, Madrid
SPAIN: Mercado de San Antón, Madrid
SPAIN: Mercado de San Antón, Madrid

And on the top floor and rooftop a multicultural food court, restaurant, and art gallery can be enjoyed. From delicious pastries and freshly baked bread to mussels and pintxos, washed down with the best of Riojas.

SPAIN: Mercado de San Antón, Madrid
SPAIN: Mercado de San Antón, Madrid
SPAIN: Mercado de San Antón, Madrid

A must if your trips aren’t complete without food!

Psst, and between you and me, here you can also buy the most delicious organic burgers from my favourite Hamburguesa Nostra

Address:
Calle Augusto Figueroa, 24
28004 Madrid

Opening Hours:

Farmers Market (1st Floor)
Monday to Saturday: 10 am – 10 pm
Sundays: 10 am – 3 pm
Show Cooking (2nd Floor)
Monday to Sunday: 11 am – midnight
Rooftop Restaurant (3rd Floor)
Sunday to Thursday: 10 am to midnight
Friday & Saturday: 10 am to 1:30 am

 


Have you ever been to Mercado de San Antón? Did you have a good time? Is there a similar place where you live?

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    Allie A Modern Girl's Travel
    May 26, 2015 at 4:31 pm

    I love market like that. I would have been in heaven if I was there with you. When I find myself in Madrid I will most definitely make time to go there and then probably buy a bunch of useless things because that’s just the kind of thing I do at markets.

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      Henar - Wanderwings.com
      May 31, 2015 at 6:55 pm

      Haha Alexandria, good side of this one particular market is, it’s all foooood! There’s no useless thing there 😉 isn’t that just amazing! We shall make a trip down when you move to Europe then! There’re sooo many!

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    May 11, 2016 at 9:30 am

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