Las Carboneras tablao flamenco
Located in the heart of the most traditional area of Madrid, in the part known as ‘HaPsburg Madrid’, this tablao (flamenco bar) is one of the capital’s temples to this genre. Located in the basements of the former Palace of the Count of Miranda, the establishment was created to recover the spirit of old-fashioned cafés featuring singing and dancing. It has successfully managed to combine an avant-garde image and style with the best contemporary Flamenco.
The stage has been graced by famous singers and dancers like Montse Cortés and José Anillo, guitarists such as Juan Soto and Flavio Rodríguez and artists like “La Tacha”, Manuela Vega, Alfonso Losa, David Paniagua. It has also hosted prestigious figures whose names are the epitome of this artistic discipline, such as Rafael Amargo, Manuel Reyes, Rocío Molina and Yolanda Heredia, some of the best Flamenco singers and dancers of our times.
This bar breathes Flamenco, an art that is danced, sung and performed with passion in each and every chord. It also has a restaurant serving traditional and typical Spanish dishes presented with a dash of creativity.