THE COCKTAIL LOVERS nº14
Take no notice of the Cosmopolitan bit, this Dry bar is a relative of Javier de las Muelas’ award-winning Dry Martini in Barcelona. And as that formula is far from looking broke, the family haven’t made any attempt to fix it. <img class=”alignnone size-full wp-image-2054″ src=”http://drymartiniorg.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/03/15-02-25-THE-COCKTAIL-LOVERS-2.jpg” alt=”15-02-25-THE-COCKTAIL-LOVERS-2″ width=”650″ height=”425″ srcset=”http://www visit our website.drymartiniorg.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/03/15-02-25-THE-COCKTAIL-LOVERS-2.jpg 650w, https://www.drymartiniorg.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/03/15-02-25-THE-COCKTAIL-LOVERS-2-300×196.jpg 300w” sizes=”(max-width: 650px) 100vw, 650px” /> The Madrid outpost is located in a smart hotel, the kind of place frequented by older Americans – which might not gel under normal circumstances but as this is a classic cocktail served in a classic environment, the partnership works really well. Bonus points for the summer terrace that opens up on to Plaza de Colon. You’d be mad to come here and not sit at the bar, madder still not to go for a Martini – they certainly know how to do their stuff; thank heavens for that or it could be embarrassing… Call your brand of gin or vodka, specify your preference (dry, wet, dirty, twist – you know the drill), and watch as it’s prepared at ‘the altar’. It’s gimmicky but rather fun to see as your Dry Martini adds to the overall tally on the Martini counter – don’t leave without trying one and collecting your certificate.
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