Tartan Roof. Best views of Madrid

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Tartan Roof is the spin-off from Tartan, which closed in 2012, and which has now set up on the roof of the Círculo de Bellas Artes. From early morning until the early hours, you can have breakfast, eat, nibble, have supper or simply a drink in this gastro-cultural space with straight-through opening hours, enjoying its different atmospheres: an area with traditional tables for a supper with friends, another with high tables for having something less formal, or one with more intimate loungers in the chill-out area.

Tartan Restaurant is a "pop-up" idea created for visitors of the area of cultural activity to enjoy one of the highest roof-tops in Madrid while savoring the South American-Asian fusion cuisine of chef Javier Muñoz-Calero. If you'd rather skip the meal, a "chill-out" area with big pillows and nice lighting is available to anyone wanting to just enjoy a coffee or drink while taking in the view. The Tartan Roof Restaurant is the perfect location for a romantic dinner or an after-work cocktail.

The CBA (Círculo de Bellas Artes) is one of the most important private cultural centres in Europe and is characterised by its open attitude towards outstanding innovative artistic trends. It is a multidisciplinary centre with activities ranging from visual art to literature, from science and philosophy to film and the performing arts.

The CBA was founded in 1880 thanks to the efforts of a small group of artists. It is a private, non-profit cultural institution, officially declared a ‘Centre for the Protection of the Fine Arts and of Public Interest’.

The CBA’s current headquarters is a building by Antonio Palacios, the architect who designed many of Madrid’s most characteristic buildings such as Palacio de Comunicaciones, the Banco Central (also on Alcalá street) and Maudes Palace, among others. It was inaugurated by King Alfonso XIII on Monday, November 8, 1926 with an exhibition of paintings by Ignacio Zuloaga in the Goya Room.

The roof of the Fine Arts Circle is a popular viewpoint, given that it affords one of the finest views of the city of Madrid. It hosts cultural events and there is a restaurant, one of the most popular during the summer months.

Accessibility
Barrier-free entrance. You must take the elevator to access Tartan Roof at the terrace.

Accessible Madrid
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Tartan Roof
Address: Calle Marqués de Casa Riera, 2 (Madrid) at Circulo de Bellas Artes
Telephone: (+34) 672 55 71 71 for reservations

Breakfast, lunch and snacks start at 8:00am
Two dinner shifts at 21:00 and 23:00
Drinks available until 2:00 or 3:00