Last updated: 13 September 2019
Closed due to retirement. Future of establishment unknown.
Calle Donoso Cortés, 66
Closed and converted into a two-story nightclub with blacked-out windows. Why, and what happened to the owner is unknown.
Calle Martínez de la Riva, 13
BOTON DE ORO
Closed and sold due to unsustainable running costs and lack of footfall. New owner’s intentions for the centenarian haberdashery are unknown.
More info here.
Calle de Juan de Austria, 33, Chamberí
Closed doe to owner’s ill health. Currently under development – pending establishment unknown.
Calle de las Maldonadas, 5, La Latina
Now (January 2020):
TABERNA DE ATOCHA
Closed and renovated into a fast-food wok restaurant. Possibly the same owner.
Calle de Atocha, 76, Lavapiés
Closed due to low footfall and retirement of the owner. Now a hipster café called L’orangerie.
Closed partly due to the death of the original 78-year-old owner and barman, and then sold by co-owner/daughter in law. Interior has been demolished. A new restaurant franchise has opened in its place under the same name.
Calle del Pez, 8, Malasaña