Neocañí character, folk soul and rogue heart. We have tamed the most genuine and wild spirit of the city, and we have turned it into a Cosmic Spanish Bar. Where we express the tradition in the most contemporary way. Finally a Tavern that leaves its mark.

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14/10/2019

Patio de Leones (Serrano, 1. Madrid)

TELVA

u name refers to the bullring that King Ferdinand VI opened at the Puerta de Alcalá, in front of the Retiro Gardens. Self-defined as a cosmic-cañí tavern, this space has opened its doors with the vocation of becoming the trendy bar in the area. Draws attention to its interior design, full of tiles and flamenco, the work of the artist Sergio Mora. And also his letter, where dishes like Joselito ham, La Brújula canned food, Russian shrimp salad, stewed croquettes, garlic prawns or clams in green sauce shine. Note: do not leave without seeing their toilets.

27/09/2019

Nine taverns of new wedge and newly released that you should know in Madrid

Hola.com

PATIO DE LEONES (Serrano 1) Its name refers to the bullring that King Ferdinand VI opened at the Puerta de Alcalá, in front of the Retiro Gardens. Self-defined as a cosmic-cañí tavern, this space has opened its doors with the vocation of becoming the trendy bar in the area. Draws attention to its interior design, full of tiles and flamenco, the work of the artist Sergio Mora. And also his letter, where dishes like Joselito ham, La Brújula canned food, Russian shrimp salad, stewed croquettes, garlic prawns or clams in green sauce shine.

11/10/2019

Terraces and plans "Gastro" outdoors, goodbye "veroño"

ABC

... Another direction that must be pointed out is that of Patio de Leones, after what it has shown this summer. It is already adapted to the change of season and the first cold and, from early in the morning, it has its churros and its panoramic view of the Puerta de Alcalá ready ...

01/10/2019

GOURMET PLEASURES

New Style Magazine

This Patio de Leones is in Madrid A cosmic and neocañí tavern for fans of tapas and devotees of the reeds. Traditional character, folk soul and rogue heart. It is the Patio de Leones tavern, at the foot of the Puerta de Alcalá. With a groundbreaking interior design, the artist Sergio Mora has opted for the most "typical Spanish" iconography: kitsch tiled walls with flamingos, and creations to Camarón and other geniuses with Spanish surname ...

01/10/2019

An autumn with snacks

ELLE Gourmet

MADRID, PATIO DE LEONES Dancers, bullfighters and artists dress the walls of the new "place to be" in Madrid, an authentic ode to cane and faranduleo. Give yourself a joy with the curros that are served at breakfast or the croquettes that sweep dinner. It has a "Non-stop" schedule so that the rhythm doesn't stop.

01/10/2019

ANOTHER FUND FOR THE POPULAR

TimeOut Madrid

PATIO DE LEONES Thanks to an almost infinite schedule this great corner (with elevator and VIP bathroom) muta. You can wake up with some comforting churros with homemade chocolates or have a last cocktail on the terrace or with a DJ in the background. The tavern, dressed in pictures and tiles illustrated by Sergio Mora, high tables, two bars, first product and deep cellar, offers excellent versions of icons: squid, oxtail, rice pudding!

16/09/2019

A tavern with claw: Patio de Leones

Estio and Life

Fantasy, folklore and color have made a very special place in the capital. Nothing more and nothing less than in the same Puerta de Alcalá is Patio de Leones. This avant-garde and unusual tavern arrives strongly to impress anyone who enjoys its charms. And it is that in Patio de Leones everything is magic, flavor and tradition from a cosmic perspective never seen. Your aesthetic can not be more amazing. It certainly stuns all its visitors. And it is that in Patio de Leones every detail adds to creating a unique and sweeping atmosphere. Starting with its great mural of yellow and blue tiles that take a tour of the history of the arts of our country. All the artistic icons that you can imagine have a place in this marvel of work that runs along the stairs of the premises. Its author, Sergio Mora, wanted to capture "his surreal and picturesque magic, his wonderful contradictions, his festive spirit and his extraordinary sense of humor." Our universal geniuses with Spanish DNA (such as Dalí, Picasso, Buñuel, Valle-Inclán or Paco de Lucía) who, in Mora's words, "have transcended our borders to make our soul cosmic and eternal." Large posters that evoke peculiar flamenco with magical and daring touches run through the walls of the premises. Its huge avant-garde speaker and its DJ booth in the shape of a bullring is a declaration of intentions of what it is intended to live in Patio de Leones. An intense nightlife that will not leave anyone indifferent. But in Patio de Leones not everything is art and music. Its offer is also gastrocosmic and is based on a simple and consecrated letter to the 100% national product. Classic products and recipes from all over the country go hand in hand. Your letter is like traveling through Spain bite by bite. Cádiz tuna mojama, veined lion beef jerky, Santander anchovies, Manchego cheeses, Huelva prawns, Andalusian gazpacho, Galician octopus or Biscay tripe. Also represented are the great hits of traditional cuisine: gildas de piparras, creamy croquettes, green potatoes with green mayonnaise, spicy squid and old-fashioned squid, tortillas made with potatoes, garlic prawns, stew stews - such as the oxtail with red wine, some tasty veal meatballs, corned sausages and, when it is cold, full cooked— and a cheesecake with strawberry sauce. The lovers of the classic breakfast with churros already have new reference. In Patio de Leones it is offered from 7:30 in the morning until 11:00, a thick chocolate accompanied by churros made at the time and 100% handmade by a churrero master. In its offer to start the day with force we also find toasted loaf bread (cereal or whole grain) with butter and jam or with Iberian ham and tomato, homemade pastries or granola with Greek yogurt and red fruits. A place to visit, enjoy and savor. Rogues, artists and crazy people for gastronomy already have a must stop in the heart of the capital. The good: Simple and tasty menu. More than 500 wine references, a special Martini edition vermouth created for Patio de Leones and a low-fermented San Miguel beer that is served fresh, directly from a 1,000-liter barrel, as in the factory. A range of Madrid-inspired cocktails and an excellent selection of ultrapremium distillates complete the offer. The best: Shocking aesthetics with secrets that you must discover. Average price: € 25-30 per person. Address: Serrano, 1. Madrid. Telephone: 651 555 000

02/09/2019

Obligatory Reserve

SNACKS Magazine

PATIO DE LEONES, Madrid. A cosmic-cañí tavern. What is that? A place to start the day with some churros and, as you go, switch to tapas and stews. Eye to the tail of the bull to the red wine. And all among exclusive pieces by the artists Sergio Mora and Pepe Puente ,. C / Serrano, 1.

05/09/2019

Live like local in Madrid

Best Magazine

FOOD AND DRINK: Tapas is every where buut if you're looking for a lunch stop not far from most of the main atractions, try Patio de Leones for both the food and decor - and don't miss a visit to the loo, where water to wash your hands gushes from a statue of a lion head.

08/08/2019

These restaurants in Madrid have hung the "open" sign in August

ELLE

Do you have to work in summer? If you stay in Madrid because you have to go to the office or because you cannot leave the capital for whatever reason this August, do not despair. There are restaurants that have hung the "open" sign that will make it more bearable to be in the city. Patio de Leones The "place to be" in which everyone wants to be in the month of August (and the rest of the year too) is Patio de Leones, the new trendy restaurant in Madrid that claims cane and good food. Although it is inspired by the popular culture of Madrid, there is no lack of detail to the Spanish tradition in general in its interior design. Huge posters of bailaoras and bullfighters hang from the walls and from their kitchen comes out: the best Iberian ham in the world, an exquisite potato omelette, croquettes with which you skip tears and even chocolate with churros. Average price: € 30. Serrano, 1 (Madrid).

09/08/2019

August in Madrid? These trendy restaurants are open for vacation

Esquire

Courtyard of Lions. It has also just opened its doors and defines itself as "the bar of the Plaza de la Independencia", popular, democratic and open-minded although with a "posh" halo. It is located in a beautiful chamfer building at the foot of the Puerta de Alcalá, which was the city's bullring for 125 years, hence the name. What to ask for? Your tripe to Biscay, that not everything will be cold in summer. www.patiodeleones.es

22/08/2019

Jorge Llovet, the most chic leisure pharaoh

The province

At the opening of the Patio de Leones tavern at the Puerta de Alcalá Monica Bellucci came to become the pharaoh of leisure around the chic and imposing Puerta de Alcalá in Madrid has not been a path of roses without thorns, but Jorge Ramses Llovet Tarodo has done it and right there the stunning Monica Bellucci has just attended the opening of Patio de Leones, the last gastronomic business of this original businessman who was going to cure, but that changed the pulpit and the confessional at night. More than 20 years ago he revolutionized New Year's Eve parties in the capital, then invented funny Saraos for foreign students and now drinks the northwest wing of the Plaza de la Independencia, where he manages, in addition to the glamorous tavern inaugurated by the Italian star, the emblematic and select Ramses, decorated by Phillippe Starck, and a private club he has named The Kafe. "I like to think big," proclaims Llovet (Madrid, 1972) while contemplating people queuing to occupy the tables of the terraces at street level and enjoy an unforgettable sunset with one of the entrances to the Retiro Park as background. The priestly vocation arose in Jorge Llovet when he was only 11 years old. "I went from spiritual exercises to the Monastery of the Vineyard of Burgos," he recalls, "but at 16 I fell in love with a classmate and I realized that mine were not the cassocks," adds this entrepreneur resigned after working as Pizza deliveryman rolled the blanket to his head and left for the United States for the English. He wanted to be a waiter and after several failed attempts he ended up working when he was still a minor at the Leonardo da Vinci in Washington, one of the most renowned Italian restaurants in the world. At 19 he returned to Spain to study marketing at the School of Business and University Center (ESIC). "I set out from that moment to create needs for others and offer them solutions for those needs", while opting to organize mass New Year's Eve parties for young people. "In those years it was the only night he went out" and Llovet rented hotels in Madrid to accommodate some 30,000 boys between 18 and 21 years old. "It was crazy to see so many people in different places crowded in the bar where the drinks were served," he recalls referring to the company that became the most powerful in Europe in organizing parties to say goodbye to the year. The skinny cows But in 2000 the skinny cows arrived, when the hotels prepared to raise the prices and was forced to ride that wave that suddenly made the tickets more expensive with the loss of a stroke of more than 12 million euros as a more immediate consequence . "The truth is that I don't give up just one of my failures," he acknowledges humbly and convinced that learning from mistakes makes people great. He then began working at the Cervecería Internacional, a three-story disco-pub, where he held parties for foreign university students. "It was linked a lot because the boys were going to meet the students who were coming to Madrid," he says ironic without losing sight of the place where his first gastronomic business was born in 1996, a small bar, Independencia, on the ground floor of the Hospes hotel, but three months after his purchase he understood that this was an absolute ruin. "I like to take risks and I do it with passion and emotion." Faced with such a bankruptcy, Llovet lit the bulb and decided to sell the windows and bar lines to fashion brands. The business then started to work and the businessman decided to open 20 hours a day to offer breakfast, meals and drinks at an affordable price. "That little piece was the low-cost germ of Ramses," an all-terrain business that ended up flying to attract the most select clientele. The building remained closed for three years while Llovet traveled the world to visit more than 7,000 entertainment venues and clear his restless and creative mind. "Suddenly I fell in love with the designs of Phillippe Starck, his crazy classic world," he emphasizes as his eyes light up when he evokes the pleasant sensation he had when he arrived at the Faena Hotel in Buenos Aires decorated by Starck. That was the seed of the operation that embarked the Parisian designer on the Ramses adventure. 8,000 people Meanwhile, Llovet had opened an outdoor club, Ananda, in the parking lot of the Atocha station, where up to 8,000 people passed every night, including regulars like David Beckham or Tom Cruise. He closed it in 2009 for an expropriation of Adif who decided to place one of the access doors to the station there. And as the penalties do not usually come alone, the economic crisis was not long in making an appearance with some annoying improvement works in the Salamanca neighborhood that suffocated a good number of entrepreneurs. "I was ruined again in 2010 when consumption fell on the ground, so I decided to continue fighting to try to overcome wasting a lot of patience," he admits. Instead of collapsing, Llovet continued renting plants from the Ramses building when people left the neighborhood and today has four for which he pays a fortune every month that he refuses to reveal. By improving the situation as of 2013, he did not want to stay idly "because throwing in the towel should never be an option" and acquired Patio de Leones, a glamorous tavern in the corner of Serrano Street designed by Sergio Mora that has left agape Bellucci diva.

22/08/2019

Jorge Llovet, the most chic leisure pharaoh

The opinion of Coruña

At the opening of the Patio de Leones tavern at the Puerta de Alcalá Monica Bellucci came to become the pharaoh of leisure around the chic and imposing Puerta de Alcalá in Madrid has not been a path of roses without thorns, but Jorge Ramses Llovet Tarodo has done it and right there the stunning Monica Bellucci has just attended the opening of Patio de Leones, the last gastronomic business of this original businessman who was going to cure, but that changed the pulpit and the confessional at night. More than 20 years ago he revolutionized New Year's Eve parties in the capital, then invented funny Saraos for foreign students and now drinks the northwest wing of the Plaza de la Independencia, where he manages, in addition to the glamorous tavern inaugurated by the Italian star, the emblematic and select Ramses, decorated by Phillippe Starck, and a private club he has named The Kafe. "I like to think big," proclaims Llovet (Madrid, 1972) while contemplating people queuing to occupy the tables of the terraces at street level and enjoy an unforgettable sunset with one of the entrances to the Retiro Park as background. The priestly vocation arose in Jorge Llovet when he was only 11 years old. "I went from spiritual exercises to the Monastery of the Vineyard of Burgos," he recalls, "but at 16 I fell in love with a classmate and I realized that mine were not the cassocks," adds this entrepreneur resigned after working as Pizza deliveryman rolled the blanket to his head and left for the United States for the English. He wanted to be a waiter and after several failed attempts he ended up working when he was still a minor at the Leonardo da Vinci in Washington, one of the most renowned Italian restaurants in the world. At 19 he returned to Spain to study marketing at the School of Business and University Center (ESIC). "I set out from that moment to create needs for others and offer them solutions for those needs", while opting to organize mass New Year's Eve parties for young people. "In those years it was the only night he went out" and Llovet rented hotels in Madrid to accommodate some 30,000 boys between 18 and 21 years old. "It was crazy to see so many people in different places crowded in the bar where the drinks were served," he recalls referring to the company that became the most powerful in Europe in organizing parties to say goodbye to the year. The skinny cows But in 2000 the skinny cows arrived, when the hotels prepared to raise the prices and was forced to ride that wave that suddenly made the tickets more expensive with the loss of a stroke of more than 12 million euros as a more immediate consequence . "The truth is that I don't give up just one of my failures," he acknowledges humbly and convinced that learning from mistakes makes people great. He then began working at the Cervecería Internacional, a three-story disco-pub, where he held parties for foreign university students. "It was linked a lot because the boys were going to meet the students who were coming to Madrid," he says ironic without losing sight of the place where his first gastronomic business was born in 1996, a small bar, Independencia, on the ground floor of the Hospes hotel, but three months after his purchase he understood that this was an absolute ruin. "I like to take risks and I do it with passion and emotion." Faced with such a bankruptcy, Llovet lit the bulb and decided to sell the windows and bar lines to fashion brands. The business then started to work and the businessman decided to open 20 hours a day to offer breakfast, meals and drinks at an affordable price. "That little piece was the low-cost germ of Ramses," an all-terrain business that ended up flying to attract the most select clientele. The building remained closed for three years while Llovet traveled the world to visit more than 7,000 entertainment venues and clear his restless and creative mind. "Suddenly I fell in love with the designs of Phillippe Starck, his crazy classic world," he emphasizes as his eyes light up when he evokes the pleasant sensation he had when he arrived at the Faena Hotel in Buenos Aires decorated by Starck. That was the seed of the operation that embarked the Parisian designer on the Ramses adventure. 8,000 people Meanwhile, Llovet had opened an outdoor club, Ananda, in the parking lot of the Atocha station, where up to 8,000 people passed every night, including regulars like David Beckham or Tom Cruise. He closed it in 2009 for an expropriation of Adif who decided to place one of the access doors to the station there. And as the penalties do not usually come alone, the economic crisis was not long in making an appearance with some annoying improvement works in the Salamanca neighborhood that suffocated a good number of entrepreneurs. "I was ruined again in 2010 when consumption fell on the ground, so I decided to continue fighting to try to overcome wasting a lot of patience," he admits. Instead of collapsing, Llovet continued renting plants from the Ramses building when people left the neighborhood and today has four for which he pays a fortune every month that he refuses to reveal. By improving the situation as of 2013, he did not want to stay idly "because throwing in the towel should never be an option" and acquired Patio de Leones, a glamorous tavern in the corner of Serrano Street designed by Sergio Mora that has left agape Bellucci diva.

22/08/2019

Jorge Llovet, the most chic leisure pharaoh

New Spain

At the opening of the Patio de Leones tavern at the Puerta de Alcalá Monica Bellucci came to become the pharaoh of leisure around the chic and imposing Puerta de Alcalá in Madrid has not been a path of roses without thorns, but Jorge Ramses Llovet Tarodo has done it and right there the stunning Monica Bellucci has just attended the opening of Patio de Leones, the last gastronomic business of this original businessman who was going to cure, but that changed the pulpit and the confessional at night. More than 20 years ago he revolutionized New Year's Eve parties in the capital, then invented funny Saraos for foreign students and now drinks the northwest wing of the Plaza de la Independencia, where he manages, in addition to the glamorous tavern inaugurated by the Italian star, the emblematic and select Ramses, decorated by Phillippe Starck, and a private club he has named The Kafe. "I like to think big," proclaims Llovet (Madrid, 1972) while contemplating people queuing to occupy the tables of the terraces at street level and enjoy an unforgettable sunset with one of the entrances to the Retiro Park as background. The priestly vocation arose in Jorge Llovet when he was only 11 years old. "I went from spiritual exercises to the Monastery of the Vineyard of Burgos," he recalls, "but at 16 I fell in love with a classmate and I realized that mine were not the cassocks," adds this entrepreneur resigned after working as Pizza deliveryman rolled the blanket to his head and left for the United States for the English. He wanted to be a waiter and after several failed attempts he ended up working when he was still a minor at the Leonardo da Vinci in Washington, one of the most renowned Italian restaurants in the world. At 19 he returned to Spain to study marketing at the School of Business and University Center (ESIC). "I set out from that moment to create needs for others and offer them solutions for those needs", while opting to organize mass New Year's Eve parties for young people. "In those years it was the only night he went out" and Llovet rented hotels in Madrid to accommodate some 30,000 boys between 18 and 21 years old. "It was crazy to see so many people in different places crowded in the bar where the drinks were served," he recalls referring to the company that became the most powerful in Europe in organizing parties to say goodbye to the year. The skinny cows But in 2000 the skinny cows arrived, when the hotels prepared to raise the prices and was forced to ride that wave that suddenly made the tickets more expensive with the loss of a stroke of more than 12 million euros as a more immediate consequence . "The truth is that I don't give up just one of my failures," he acknowledges humbly and convinced that learning from mistakes makes people great. He then began working at the Cervecería Internacional, a three-story disco-pub, where he held parties for foreign university students. "It was linked a lot because the boys were going to meet the students who were coming to Madrid," he says ironic without losing sight of the place where his first gastronomic business was born in 1996, a small bar, Independencia, on the ground floor of the Hospes hotel, but three months after his purchase he understood that this was an absolute ruin. "I like to take risks and I do it with passion and emotion." Faced with such a bankruptcy, Llovet lit the bulb and decided to sell the windows and bar lines to fashion brands. The business then started to work and the businessman decided to open 20 hours a day to offer breakfast, meals and drinks at an affordable price. "That little piece was the low-cost germ of Ramses," an all-terrain business that ended up flying to attract the most select clientele. The building remained closed for three years while Llovet traveled the world to visit more than 7,000 entertainment venues and clear his restless and creative mind. "Suddenly I fell in love with the designs of Phillippe Starck, his crazy classic world," he emphasizes as his eyes light up when he evokes the pleasant sensation he had when he arrived at the Faena Hotel in Buenos Aires decorated by Starck. That was the seed of the operation that embarked the Parisian designer on the Ramses adventure. 8,000 people Meanwhile, Llovet had opened an outdoor club, Ananda, in the parking lot of the Atocha station, where up to 8,000 people passed every night, including regulars like David Beckham or Tom Cruise. He closed it in 2009 for an expropriation of Adif who decided to place one of the access doors to the station there. And as the penalties do not usually come alone, the economic crisis was not long in making an appearance with some annoying improvement works in the Salamanca neighborhood that suffocated a good number of entrepreneurs. "I was ruined again in 2010 when consumption fell on the ground, so I decided to continue fighting to try to overcome wasting a lot of patience," he admits. Instead of collapsing, Llovet continued renting plants from the Ramses building when people left the neighborhood and today has four for which he pays a fortune every month that he refuses to reveal. By improving the situation as of 2013, he did not want to stay idly "because throwing in the towel should never be an option" and acquired Patio de Leones, a glamorous tavern in the corner of Serrano Street designed by Sergio Mora that has left agape Bellucci diva.

22/08/2019

Jorge Llovet, the most chic leisure pharaoh

Santa Cruz de Tenerife Day

At the opening of the Patio de Leones tavern at the Puerta de Alcalá Monica Bellucci came to become the pharaoh of leisure around the chic and imposing Puerta de Alcalá in Madrid has not been a path of roses without thorns, but Jorge Ramses Llovet Tarodo has done it and right there the stunning Monica Bellucci has just attended the opening of Patio de Leones, the last gastronomic business of this original businessman who was going to cure, but that changed the pulpit and the confessional at night. More than 20 years ago he revolutionized New Year's Eve parties in the capital, then invented funny Saraos for foreign students and now drinks the northwest wing of the Plaza de la Independencia, where he manages, in addition to the glamorous tavern inaugurated by the Italian star, the emblematic and select Ramses, decorated by Phillippe Starck, and a private club he has named The Kafe. "I like to think big," proclaims Llovet (Madrid, 1972) while contemplating people queuing to occupy the tables of the terraces at street level and enjoy an unforgettable sunset with one of the entrances to the Retiro Park as background. The priestly vocation arose in Jorge Llovet when he was only 11 years old. "I went from spiritual exercises to the Monastery of the Vineyard of Burgos," he recalls, "but at 16 I fell in love with a classmate and I realized that mine were not the cassocks," adds this entrepreneur resigned after working as Pizza deliveryman rolled the blanket to his head and left for the United States for the English. He wanted to be a waiter and after several failed attempts he ended up working when he was still a minor at the Leonardo da Vinci in Washington, one of the most renowned Italian restaurants in the world. At 19 he returned to Spain to study marketing at the School of Business and University Center (ESIC). "I set out from that moment to create needs for others and offer them solutions for those needs", while opting to organize mass New Year's Eve parties for young people. "In those years it was the only night he went out" and Llovet rented hotels in Madrid to accommodate some 30,000 boys between 18 and 21 years old. "It was crazy to see so many people in different places crowded in the bar where the drinks were served," he recalls referring to the company that became the most powerful in Europe in organizing parties to say goodbye to the year. The skinny cows But in 2000 the skinny cows arrived, when the hotels prepared to raise the prices and was forced to ride that wave that suddenly made the tickets more expensive with the loss of a stroke of more than 12 million euros as a more immediate consequence . "The truth is that I don't give up just one of my failures," he acknowledges humbly and convinced that learning from mistakes makes people great. He then began working at the Cervecería Internacional, a three-story disco-pub, where he held parties for foreign university students. "It was linked a lot because the boys were going to meet the students who were coming to Madrid," he says ironic without losing sight of the place where his first gastronomic business was born in 1996, a small bar, Independencia, on the ground floor of the Hospes hotel, but three months after his purchase he understood that this was an absolute ruin. "I like to take risks and I do it with passion and emotion." Faced with such a bankruptcy, Llovet lit the bulb and decided to sell the windows and bar lines to fashion brands. The business then started to work and the businessman decided to open 20 hours a day to offer breakfast, meals and drinks at an affordable price. "That little piece was the low-cost germ of Ramses," an all-terrain business that ended up flying to attract the most select clientele. The building remained closed for three years while Llovet traveled the world to visit more than 7,000 entertainment venues and clear his restless and creative mind. "Suddenly I fell in love with the designs of Phillippe Starck, his crazy classic world," he emphasizes as his eyes light up when he evokes the pleasant sensation he had when he arrived at the Faena Hotel in Buenos Aires decorated by Starck. That was the seed of the operation that embarked the Parisian designer on the Ramses adventure. 8,000 people Meanwhile, Llovet had opened an outdoor club, Ananda, in the parking lot of the Atocha station, where up to 8,000 people passed every night, including regulars like David Beckham or Tom Cruise. He closed it in 2009 for an expropriation of Adif who decided to place one of the access doors to the station there. And as the penalties do not usually come alone, the economic crisis was not long in making an appearance with some annoying improvement works in the Salamanca neighborhood that suffocated a good number of entrepreneurs. "I was ruined again in 2010 when consumption fell on the ground, so I decided to continue fighting to try to overcome wasting a lot of patience," he admits. Instead of collapsing, Llovet continued renting plants from the Ramses building when people left the neighborhood and today has four for which he pays a fortune every month that he refuses to reveal. By improving the situation as of 2013, he did not want to stay idly "because throwing in the towel should never be an option" and acquired Patio de Leones, a glamorous tavern in the corner of Serrano Street designed by Sergio Mora that has left agape Bellucci diva.

22/08/2019

Jorge Llovet, the most chic leisure pharaoh

The lighthouse of Vigo

At the opening of the Patio de Leones tavern at the Puerta de Alcalá Monica Bellucci came to become the pharaoh of leisure around the chic and imposing Puerta de Alcalá in Madrid has not been a path of roses without thorns, but Jorge Ramses Llovet Tarodo has done it and right there the stunning Monica Bellucci has just attended the opening of Patio de Leones, the last gastronomic business of this original businessman who was going to cure, but that changed the pulpit and the confessional at night. More than 20 years ago he revolutionized New Year's Eve parties in the capital, then invented funny Saraos for foreign students and now drinks the northwest wing of the Plaza de la Independencia, where he manages, in addition to the glamorous tavern inaugurated by the Italian star, the emblematic and select Ramses, decorated by Phillippe Starck, and a private club he has named The Kafe. "I like to think big," proclaims Llovet (Madrid, 1972) while contemplating people queuing to occupy the tables of the terraces at street level and enjoy an unforgettable sunset with one of the entrances to the Retiro Park as background. The priestly vocation arose in Jorge Llovet when he was only 11 years old. "I went from spiritual exercises to the Monastery of the Vineyard of Burgos," he recalls, "but at 16 I fell in love with a classmate and I realized that mine were not the cassocks," adds this entrepreneur resigned after working as Pizza deliveryman rolled the blanket to his head and left for the United States for the English. He wanted to be a waiter and after several failed attempts he ended up working when he was still a minor at the Leonardo da Vinci in Washington, one of the most renowned Italian restaurants in the world. At 19 he returned to Spain to study marketing at the School of Business and University Center (ESIC). "I set out from that moment to create needs for others and offer them solutions for those needs", while opting to organize mass New Year's Eve parties for young people. "In those years it was the only night he went out" and Llovet rented hotels in Madrid to accommodate some 30,000 boys between 18 and 21 years old. "It was crazy to see so many people in different places crowded in the bar where the drinks were served," he recalls referring to the company that became the most powerful in Europe in organizing parties to say goodbye to the year. The skinny cows But in 2000 the skinny cows arrived, when the hotels prepared to raise the prices and was forced to ride that wave that suddenly made the tickets more expensive with the loss of a stroke of more than 12 million euros as a more immediate consequence . "The truth is that I don't give up just one of my failures," he acknowledges humbly and convinced that learning from mistakes makes people great. He then began working at the Cervecería Internacional, a three-story disco-pub, where he held parties for foreign university students. "It was linked a lot because the boys were going to meet the students who were coming to Madrid," he says ironic without losing sight of the place where his first gastronomic business was born in 1996, a small bar, Independencia, on the ground floor of the Hospes hotel, but three months after his purchase he understood that this was an absolute ruin. "I like to take risks and I do it with passion and emotion." Faced with such a bankruptcy, Llovet lit the bulb and decided to sell the windows and bar lines to fashion brands. The business then started to work and the businessman decided to open 20 hours a day to offer breakfast, meals and drinks at an affordable price. "That little piece was the low-cost germ of Ramses," an all-terrain business that ended up flying to attract the most select clientele. The building remained closed for three years while Llovet traveled the world to visit more than 7,000 entertainment venues and clear his restless and creative mind. "Suddenly I fell in love with the designs of Phillippe Starck, his crazy classic world," he emphasizes as his eyes light up when he evokes the pleasant sensation he had when he arrived at the Faena Hotel in Buenos Aires decorated by Starck. That was the seed of the operation that embarked the Parisian designer on the Ramses adventure. 8,000 people Meanwhile, Llovet had opened an outdoor club, Ananda, in the parking lot of the Atocha station, where up to 8,000 people passed every night, including regulars like David Beckham or Tom Cruise. He closed it in 2009 for an expropriation of Adif who decided to place one of the access doors to the station there. And as the penalties do not usually come alone, the economic crisis was not long in making an appearance with some annoying improvement works in the Salamanca neighborhood that suffocated a good number of entrepreneurs. "I was ruined again in 2010 when consumption fell on the ground, so I decided to continue fighting to try to overcome wasting a lot of patience," he admits. Instead of collapsing, Llovet continued renting plants from the Ramses building when people left the neighborhood and today has four for which he pays a fortune every month that he refuses to reveal. By improving the situation as of 2013, he did not want to stay idly "because throwing in the towel should never be an option" and acquired Patio de Leones, a glamorous tavern in the corner of Serrano Street designed by Sergio Mora that has left agape Bellucci diva.

22/08/2019

Jorge Llovet, the most chic leisure pharaoh

ElDia.es

At the opening of the Patio de Leones tavern at the Puerta de Alcalá Monica Bellucci came to become the pharaoh of leisure around the chic and imposing Puerta de Alcalá in Madrid has not been a path of roses without thorns, but Jorge Ramses Llovet Tarodo has done it and right there the stunning Monica Bellucci has just attended the opening of Patio de Leones, the last gastronomic business of this original businessman who was going to cure, but that changed the pulpit and the confessional at night. More than 20 years ago he revolutionized New Year's Eve parties in the capital, then invented funny Saraos for foreign students and now drinks the northwest wing of the Plaza de la Independencia, where he manages, in addition to the glamorous tavern inaugurated by the Italian star, the emblematic and select Ramses, decorated by Phillippe Starck, and a private club he has named The Kafe. "I like to think big," proclaims Llovet (Madrid, 1972) while contemplating people queuing to occupy the tables of the terraces at street level and enjoy an unforgettable sunset with one of the entrances to the Retiro Park as background. The priestly vocation arose in Jorge Llovet when he was only 11 years old. "I went from spiritual exercises to the Monastery of the Vineyard of Burgos," he recalls, "but at 16 I fell in love with a classmate and I realized that mine were not the cassocks," adds this entrepreneur resigned after working as Pizza deliveryman rolled the blanket to his head and left for the United States for the English. He wanted to be a waiter and after several failed attempts he ended up working when he was still a minor at the Leonardo da Vinci in Washington, one of the most renowned Italian restaurants in the world. At 19 he returned to Spain to study marketing at the School of Business and University Center (ESIC). "I set out from that moment to create needs for others and offer them solutions for those needs", while opting to organize mass New Year's Eve parties for young people. "In those years it was the only night he went out" and Llovet rented hotels in Madrid to accommodate some 30,000 boys between 18 and 21 years old. "It was crazy to see so many people in different places crowded in the bar where the drinks were served," he recalls referring to the company that became the most powerful in Europe in organizing parties to say goodbye to the year. The skinny cows But in 2000 the skinny cows arrived, when the hotels prepared to raise the prices and was forced to ride that wave that suddenly made the tickets more expensive with the loss of a stroke of more than 12 million euros as a more immediate consequence . "The truth is that I don't give up just one of my failures," he acknowledges humbly and convinced that learning from mistakes makes people great. He then began working at the Cervecería Internacional, a three-story disco-pub, where he held parties for foreign university students. "It was linked a lot because the boys were going to meet the students who were coming to Madrid," he says ironic without losing sight of the place where his first gastronomic business was born in 1996, a small bar, Independencia, on the ground floor of the Hospes hotel, but three months after his purchase he understood that this was an absolute ruin. "I like to take risks and I do it with passion and emotion." Faced with such a bankruptcy, Llovet lit the bulb and decided to sell the windows and bar lines to fashion brands. The business then started to work and the businessman decided to open 20 hours a day to offer breakfast, meals and drinks at an affordable price. "That little piece was the low-cost germ of Ramses," an all-terrain business that ended up flying to attract the most select clientele. The building remained closed for three years while Llovet traveled the world to visit more than 7,000 entertainment venues and clear his restless and creative mind. "Suddenly I fell in love with the designs of Phillippe Starck, his crazy classic world," he emphasizes as his eyes light up when he evokes the pleasant sensation he had when he arrived at the Faena Hotel in Buenos Aires decorated by Starck. That was the seed of the operation that embarked the Parisian designer on the Ramses adventure. 8,000 people Meanwhile, Llovet had opened an outdoor club, Ananda, in the parking lot of the Atocha station, where up to 8,000 people passed every night, including regulars like David Beckham or Tom Cruise. He closed it in 2009 for an expropriation of Adif who decided to place one of the access doors to the station there. And as the penalties do not usually come alone, the economic crisis was not long in making an appearance with some annoying improvement works in the Salamanca neighborhood that suffocated a good number of entrepreneurs. "I was ruined again in 2010 when consumption fell on the ground, so I decided to continue fighting to try to overcome wasting a lot of patience," he admits. Instead of collapsing, Llovet continued renting plants from the Ramses building when people left the neighborhood and today has four for which he pays a fortune every month that he refuses to reveal. By improving the situation as of 2013, he did not want to stay idly "because throwing in the towel should never be an option" and acquired Patio de Leones, a glamorous tavern in the corner of Serrano Street designed by Sergio Mora that has left agape Bellucci diva.

22/08/2019

Jorge Llovet, the most chic leisure pharaoh

The days

At the opening of the Patio de Leones tavern at the Puerta de Alcalá, Monica Bellucci attended

02/09/2019

On the planet "neocañí"

DEVIAJES Magazine

there could be no better place to honor the traditional Madrid than the Plaza de la Independencia (Puerta de Alcalá, to understand us). Here displays its kitsch Patio de Leones, a tavern with claw that turns this genuine and wild spirit into a cosmic Spanish bar.

26/08/2019

Patio de Leones: good, beautiful and cheap Spanish cuisine at Puerta de Alcalá (with some churros that you die)

Direct to the Palate

Located in the Plaza de la Independencia, in front of the Puerta de Alcalá, Patio de Leones could be a new tourist trap. But they would like to drop all the guiris in the new restaurant of the hotel entrepreneur Jorge Llovet (also founder of Ramses, who occupies just the place next door). Conceived as a “cañí tavern”, this new space is born with a formula as simple as it is difficult to implement: to offer the best of Spanish cuisine to foreigners and locals. He got a Michelin star in New York serving tapas: now he struggles to bring the locals to a hotel on the Gran Vía He got a Michelin star in New York serving tapas: now he struggles to bring the locals to a hotel on the Gran Vía All in Patio de Leones, from the bathrooms to the music that sounds in its speakers, is measured to the millimeter, and that is that with the prices of its menu - in which few portions exceed 15 euros - and what the rent should cost, There is only one way that the business is profitable: that it is always overflowing. Something that, seen as seen, will happen shortly. And it is that we are not alone before a new cuqui site (which is it), also before a place with a magnificent and affordable gastronomic offer. Tomato salad with chives and picual oil. In the carefully designed menu, we are not going to find proposals for haute cuisine, but for classic rations, with some nice wink and, more importantly, a good product. On our visit we tried, first, a tomato salad, with fresh chives and picual oil (€ 14), with an excellent tomato, well peeled, which almost did not need accompaniments. Then, some croquettes of jerky and leek (€ 12), very good. Cecina croquettes and leeks. Classic, but effective menu In the letter we find many starters with the national product as the protagonist - majama, beef jerky, Iberian ham, anchovies, preserves ... - but it is in the stews where it is seen that Ramses's team has been taken very seriously The kitchen of your new bet. Patio de Leones has details difficult to find in other places of this type, in which both diners are expected, such as a potato tortilla that is made whole at the moment (€ 12), or good stews of oxtail (€ 18 ) or meatballs (€ 15), which we did not try but looked good just to see them. What we did try was the sea bass in marinade (€ 16), a version of the classic bienmesabe, but prepared with sea bass, which was frankly good. Finally we were invited to try the lamb stew (€ 19): the meat was very tender, well stewed with onions and accompanied with fried potatoes. The only downside is that it was bland, but it is the kind of dish that you want to find more in restaurants of pretended Spanish cuisine: a simple stew, but well worked, with good product and at normal prices. As Manuel López, in charge of the restaurant, explains to Directo al Paladar, one of the ideas that the team had clear when designing the gastronomic offer of Patio de Leones was to offer throughout its extensive opening hours (from 7:30 to 3 : 00) some good churros. It is not a bad idea - there is no Spanish specialty that attracts tourists more - but when we saw that they were selling these as “the best chocolate churros in the Capital” we thought they had climbed on the vine. It is not like this. Although we do not doubt that they are equally good, there are not much better. The churros were very crispy on the outside, but juicy on the inside, and the hot chocolate was to take off the hat: ultra-thick, intense and almost without sugar. Very very good. If you don't want to order churros for dessert (something that many will consider an abomination) there are other options. We also tried the rice pudding (€ 7) and it was more than correct. Chocolate with churros is one of the great attractions of Patio de Leones. Huge bar, large winery Patio de Leones has a large terrace that overlooks the door of Alcalá and a spacious interior lounge, to eat at bar or high tables. This space is a pass, with a huge circular bar, a 2,500 kilos flown cellar, and tiles decorated by the artist Sergio Mora. (It also has a giant screen, we assume to put football, which we like less. Long live the bars without TV!). Nor is it a bad place to drink. The rods are well pulled, have various vermouths and cocktails, and has more than 300 wine references, without major surprises, but with all kinds of prices. In the near future the restaurant also plans to offer skewers during the day. Patio de Leones is not a place to eat to try new things. It comes with no surprise, but everything is very rich and at a more than competitive price, something that cannot be found in the area where it is located. If a foreign friend who does not know Madrid asked me for a place to try typical Spanish food, without leaving the center, Patio de Leones would be one of the first recommendations. But even if you are from here, if you feel like having something after walking through the Retreat, or visiting the Archaeological Museum, this is certainly a winning option. What to order: all the food was fancy, but you can't leave without trying the chocolate with churros. Practical Data Where: Serrano, 1 (Madrid) Average price: € 25/30. Reservations: 651 555 000 Hours: open every day from 7:30 a.m. to 3:00 a.m.

02/07/2019

A route through the 15 new restaurants in Madrid to welcome the summer

TRENDS

Patio de Leones is the new most chic tavern in Madrid. Located in the Plaza de la Independencia, this space pays homage to the Madrid tradition and the emblematic Puerta de Alcalá, which hosted the city's bullring for more than a century. A perfect space for fans of tapas and devotees of the reeds. A place of more than 200 meters that has an impressive bar with 500 wine references where you can enjoy a simple and informal menu, in addition to having chocolate with churros breakfast. It also has a terrace overlooking the ideal Alcala door. Where? Calle Serrano, 1 Telephone: 651 555 000 Average Price: 30 euros

11/07/2019

Out of Letter

METROPOLIS

In the Plaza de la Independencia opened its doors a little over a month ago PATIO DE LEONES, a tavern that reinvindicated it and the regional kitchens of the country. For example, tuna mojama from Cádiz; the anchovies of Santander; Galician octopus; Biscay tripe and hits from Madrid, such as garlic prawns, spicy squid and old clothes ciabatta, cheesecake with strawberry sauce ... In the liquid proposal, vermouth, beers and 500 wine references (30 of them by glasses). The local of more than 200m2 also houses a large bar and a churrería. The interior design of Sergio Mora (Author of the murals of Bazaar Mar by José Antrés in Miami) is committed to canvases and murals of hand-painted tiles, with flamenco icons.

21/08/2019

Jorge Llovet, the most chic leisure pharaoh

The Daily Province of Las Palmas

At the opening of the Patio de Leones tavern at the Puerta de Alcalá Monica Bellucci came to become the pharaoh of leisure around the chic and imposing Puerta de Alcalá in Madrid has not been a path of roses without thorns, but Jorge Ramses Llovet Tarodo has done it and right there the stunning Monica Bellucci has just attended the opening of Patio de Leones, the last gastronomic business of this original businessman who was going to cure but that changed the pulpit and the confessional at night. More than 20 years ago he revolutionized the New Year's Eve parties in the capital, then invented fun saraos for foreign students and now drinks the northwest wing of the Plaza de la Independencia where he also manages the glamorous tavern inaugurated by the Italian star, the emblematic and select Ramses, decorated by Phillippe Starck, and a private club he has named The Kafe. "I like to think big," proclaims Llovet (Madrid, 1972) while contemplating people queuing to occupy the tables of the terraces at street level and enjoy an unforgettable sunset with one of the entrances to the Retiro Park as background. The priestly vocation arose in Jorge Llovet when he was only 11 years old. "I went from spiritual exercises to the Monastery of the Vineyard of Burgos," he recalls, "but at 16 I fell in love with a classmate and I realized that mine were not the cassocks," adds this entrepreneur resigned after working as Pizza deliveryman bundled the blanket to his head and left for the United States for the English. He wanted to be a waiter and after several failed attempts he ended up working when he was still a minor at the Leonardo da Vinci in Washington, one of the most renowned Italian restaurants in the world. At 19 he returned to Spain to study marketing at the School of Business and University Center (ESIC). "From that moment on, I set out to create needs for others and offer them solutions for those needs," while at the same time opting to organize mass New Year's Eve parties for young people. "In those years it was the only night he went out" and Llovet rented hotels in Madrid to accommodate some 30,000 boys between 18 and 21 years old. "It was crazy to see so many people in different places crowded in the bar where the drinks were served," he recalls referring to the company that became the most powerful in Europe in organizing parties to say goodbye to the year. But in 2000 the skinny cows arrived when the hotels prepared to raise prices and was forced to ride that wave that suddenly made the tickets more expensive with the loss of a stroke of more than 12 million euros as a more immediate consequence. "The truth is that I don't give up just one of my failures," he acknowledges humbly and convinced that learning from mistakes makes people great. He then began working at the Cervecería Internacional, a three-story disco-pub, where he held parties for foreign university students. "It was linked a lot because the boys were going to meet the students who were coming to Madrid," he says ironic without losing sight of the place where his first gastronomic business was born in 1996, a small bar, Independencia, on the ground floor of the Hospes hotel, but three months after his purchase he understood that this was an absolute ruin. "I like to take risks and I do it with passion and emotion." Faced with such a bankruptcy, Llovet lit the bulb and decided to sell the windows and bar lines to fashion brands. The business then started to work and the businessman decided to open 20 hours a day to offer breakfast, meals and drinks at an affordable price. "That little piece was the low-cost germ of Ramses," an all-terrain business that ended up flying to attract the most select clientele. The building remained closed for three years while Llovet traveled the world to visit more than 7,000 entertainment venues and clear his restless and creative mind. "Suddenly I fell in love with the designs of Phillippe Starck, his crazy classic world," he emphasizes as his eyes light up when he evokes the pleasant sensation he had when he arrived at the Faena Hotel in Buenos Aires decorated by Starck. That was the seed of the operation that embarked the Parisian designer on the Ramses adventure. 8,000 people Meanwhile, Llovet had opened an outdoor club, Ananda, in the parking lot of the Atocha station, where up to 8,000 people passed every night, including regulars like David Beckham or Tom Cruise. He closed it in 2009 for an expropriation of Adif who decided to place one of the access doors to the station there. And as the penalties do not usually come alone, the economic crisis was not long in making an appearance with some annoying improvement works in the Salamanca neighborhood that suffocated a good number of entrepreneurs. "I was ruined again in 2010 when consumption fell on the ground, so I decided to continue fighting to try to overcome wasting a lot of patience," he admits. Instead of collapsing, Llovet continued renting plants from the Ramses building when people left the neighborhood and today has four for which he pays a fortune every month that he refuses to reveal. By improving the situation as of 2013, he did not want to stay idly "because throwing in the towel should never be an option" and acquired Patio de Leones, a glamorous tavern in the corner of Serrano Street designed by Sergio Mora that has left agape Bellucci diva.

19/07/2019

The most outstanding restaurants of the summer

People Magazine

... In the Puerta de Alcalá, the Patio de Leones tavern is located. A renovated establishment, which combines in its menu the best of the most traditional cuisine of the capital, with white potatoes with green mayonnaise, squid and Andalusian gazpacho highlights.

12/07/2019

The 27 restaurants in Madrid for those who stay in rodriguez

Direct to the Palate

Patio De Leones Madrid Restaurant A walk through the Parque de El Retiro or a visit to the Puerta de Alcalá can be the excuse to arrive at Patio de Leones, an eclectic and nonstop gastronomic proposal, which vehicle around cañís concepts, translated gastronomically in A cartography of our country. There are many options for snacks, such as Salted Gadgets, Leonese beef jerky or Manchego cheeses, in addition to the essential Iberian ham. Similar patterns are followed in the kitchen, such as the plate for the prawns from Huelva or a very good Galician octopus, which can share a tablecloth with the corns, which are here in Biscay - that the choricero pepper is not lacking - or a potato omelette that will seduce locals and tourists, and all with the Puerta de Alcalá as a backdrop, so it will be strange that you do not hum the "look at it, look at it". Serrano Street, 1.

13/07/2019

Isaac Carew, the chef who explains why you should eat hydrates without regrets

Vogue

The conversation takes place in the restaurant Patio de Leones, around a tasty dish of Nduja Tagliatelle, one of the recipes with which Isaac Carew has decided to pair Magna, the new beer of San Miguel that has brought these days to Madrid as Ambassador of the drink. “Nduja is my favorite ingredient and in my book there are about four or five recipes with it. It is a typical sausage of Italian cuisine with a spicy touch, which makes it fit perfectly with a very cold beer. It comes from the Calabria region, although it is very similar to the sobrasada of Mallorca. With a tomato base it is spectacular to accompany any type of pasta ”.

02/07/2019

A route through the 15 new restaurants in Madrid to welcome the summer

Trends.com

Patio de Leones is the new most chic tavern in Madrid. Located in the Plaza de la Independencia, this space pays homage to the Madrid tradition and the emblematic Puerta de Alcalá, which hosted the city's bullring for more than a century. A perfect space for fans of tapas and devotees of the reeds. A place of more than 200 meters that has an impressive bar with 500 wine references where you can enjoy a simple and informal menu, in addition to having chocolate with churros breakfast. It also has a terrace overlooking the ideal Alcala door. Where? Calle Serrano, 1 Telephone: 651 555 000 Average Price: 30 euros

26/06/2019

THE NEW FASHION TABERNA

With El Morro Fino

They are defined as a "cañí cosmic tavern". Sounds weird but the reality is that Patio de Leones rescues the most traditional of Spanish cuisine and folklore. Its owner, Jorge Llovet has incorporated simple dishes, with good product and recognizable by all: cecina de León, anchovies from Santander, Manchego cheeses, gazpacho, octopus, corns, croquettes, potato omelette ... and of course, vermouth, beer and more than 500 wine references. C / Serrano, 1.

01/07/2019

In tourism key - Patio de Leones, contemporary tavern next to Puerta de Alcalá

rtve.es

Patio de Leones, Madrid tavern for tapas fans and sugarcane devotees. With continuous service from half past seven in the morning to three in the morning, products and recipes from all Spanish regions coexist in harmony in a large venue with neo-cañí design. We visited the establishment with its owner, Jorge Llovet.

26/06/2019

The bar of Independence Square

Gourmets Club

From the creators of Ramses comes Patio de Leones, self-defined as 'the bar of the Plaza de la Independencia'. It is a restaurant with an informal and affordable menu in which products and recipes of all the autonomous communities coexist such as tuna mojama from Cádiz, veined beef cured beef from Leon, anchovies from Santander, Manchego cheeses, prawns from Huelva, gazpacho Andalusian, Galician octopus or Biscay tripe. They also have classics of Madrid gastronomy such as gildas de piparras, creamy croquettes, green potatoes with green mayonnaise, spicy squid and old clothes ciabatta, potato tortillas made at the moment, prawns with garlic, as well as stews such as for example the oxtail with red wine, meatballs of veal, tripe with sausage and when the cold comes back, a complete stew. With a continuous service can be found from breakfast, which highlights its thick chocolate with churros made at the time and 100% handmade by a third-generation churrero master, and lunches to tapas for an informal snack and even stews and others more forceful dishes for lunch or dinner. In addition, its location is unsurpassed as it is located in a chamfer building at the foot of the Puerta de Alcalá, which for 125 years was the bullring of Madrid (between 1749 and 1874).

18/06/2019

These are the five terraces to enjoy summer in Madrid

The independent

Patio de Leones The Patio de Leones terrace (Serrano, 1) is located in the Plaza de la Independencia, and is a place designed to eat and drink whenever you want. The space has a gastronomic offer designed for breakfast, lunch or lunch. Some of its specialties are tapas and stews such as tripe with Biscay or oxtail with red wine, according to Europa Press.

19/06/2019

The best terraces to eat (very good) this summer in Madrid

Traveler

Jorge Llovet, of Ramses, is behind this new restaurant that, in fact, also looks at the Puerta de Alcalá. Only this time, the environment inspired him and Patio de Leones is a traditional tavern from the interior wrap. From the decoration (by Sergio Mora and Lárazo Rosa Violán) of a la carte tiles, with potato tortillas made at the moment, “lions” calluses to Biscay, oxtail stewed with red wine… A selection of little shoes, salads ; portions of bravas, fried cod, stewed croquettes ... The kitchen also opens here all day. And we pay special attention to your breakfasts, churros with thick chocolate.

14/06/2019

Restaurants with Terrace 2019

Metropoli The World

PATIO DE LEONES | SEN RRANO, 1 | CRETIRO | k651 555 000 | MEDIUM PRICE: € 30 | DO NOT CLOSE. It has just opened its doors under the direction of businessman Jorge Llovet (also owner of Ramses -withArzak Instructions, 143, of which he is a neighbor). Gildas de Piparras, creamy croquettes, bravas with green mayonnaise, spicy squid squash and old clothes come to your terrace, overlooking the Puerta de Alcalá.

14/06/2019

Cocktails at sunset: 10 terraces to enjoy summer in Madrid

EuropaPress

For its part, just landed in the capital, the Patio de Leones terrace (Serrano, 1) in the Plaza de la Independencia and at the foot of the Puerta de Alcalá, a space where you can eat and drink at any time of the day, from breakfast and strong ciabatta for lunch to taste tapas and stews such as corns to Biscay or oxtail to red wine. All this complemented with refreshing reeds, vermouth and chat wines next to El Retiro.

14/06/2019

Restaurants with terrace: 15 Madrid novelties for outdoor dining

METROPOLIS

PATIO DE LEONES | Serrano, 1 | Metro: Retreat | Tfn .: 651 555 000 | Average price: 30 euros | It does not close. It has just opened its doors under the direction of businessman Jorge Llovet (also owner of Ramses -with- Arzak Instructions, 143, of which he is a neighbor). Gildas de Piparras, creamy croquettes, bravas with green mayonnaise, spicy squid squash and old clothes come to your terrace, overlooking the Puerta de Alcalá.

11/06/2019

The most charming terraces in Madrid for this summer

elEconomista.es

Patio de Leones, the newly opened bar of the Plaza de la Independencia, houses what promises to be one of the busiest terraces this summer, at the foot of the Puerta de Alcalá, a place that was the bullring for 125 years from Madrid. A terrace where you can eat and drink at any time of the day: from breakfast and forceful ciabatta for lunch to the best product in its purest form (Joselito ham, later five star La Brújula, etc.), tapas and stews such as corns to the Biscay or the oxtail to the red wine, in addition to perfect reeds, vermouth and chatting wines. Special mention deserves its thick chocolate with churros, made at the time and 100% handmade by a third-generation churrero master who is part of the kitchen team. A terrace with capacity for 100 people, fans of tapas and sugarcane devotees.

08/06/2019

Summer 2019 gastronomic openings agenda

Gastroeconomy

PATIO DE LEÓN. It defines itself as a "reinvented tavern" and is located at the corner of Plaza de la Independencia with Serrano. Patio de Leones is a project promoted by Ramses, who, after signing Arzak Instructions to run his restaurant and his 'casual' offer of ground floor and terrace, increases presence in this section of the Puerta de Alcalá, just in front of Aarde.