Party Earth Review The one thing that makes La Casa de la Cerveza special is its open bar, where a mere €10 will buy all the beer, wine, sangria, and calimocho that one person can drink. Obviously, the open bar attracts throngs of young... ... read full review
Calle de Luchana, 15
91 447 37 84
Daily 5pm–3am, open bar 11pm–1:30am
Argüelles / Bilbao, Madrid –
The one thing that makes La Casa de la Cerveza special is its open bar, where a mere €10 will buy all the beer, wine, sangria, and calimocho that one person can drink.
Obviously, the open bar attracts throngs of young patrons who stop by to fill up before heading out to the clubs, earning this modest cervecería a special place in the nightlife scene.
Though La Casa’s décor is nothing to write home about – a few tables and a modest TV broadcasting sports – its scene definitely is, especially around 11:30pm when the place is inundated with university students all looking for the same things: unlimited booze, lively conversation, and a wild time. And the chatty bartenders are willing to do their part as they serve gallons of drinks in enormous plastic cups ironically known locally as “minis.”
When the downstairs area gets packed, which it inevitably will, patrons in need of oxygen can head up to the loft area to grab a table or just lean on the railing to peer down on the happy La Casa de la Cerveza chaos below.
Students, 18 and up.
Lots of familiar hits.
Open bar €10. A lone drink starts at around €1.5, but really, why bother?
Thursdays and any night for cheap, pre-club drinking.