Market of Antón Martín

A traditional market with modern restaurants.

The Market of Antón Martín is a traditional wholesale farmer’s market with a track record of 77 years as a permanent market. Located in the city’s historical centre, close to Plaza Mayor, Puerta del Sol and Calle Atocha, it was originally a place where food was sold in the city centre.

Access is through three different doors, the main one on Calle Santa Isabel, and two side ones, one on Pasaje Doré (with stalls that open onto the street itself) and the other on Calle Duque Fernán Núñez. Inside it is a three-storey structure, with the stalls and restaurants occupying the ground and first floor.

Nowadays the market offers a mix of traditional market trading and new dining options. The traditional market stalls that sell meat, poultry, fruit, fish and varied food all follow a similar aesthetic. In the new restaurants however, we can appreciate different styles and interior design.

In today’s catering industry, international cuisine is to the fore with a wide variety of original proposals by restauranteurs from all over the world. By way of an interesting detail, the third floor is home to Madrid’s most prestigious flamenco school, the Amor de Dios Flamenco Art and Spanish Dance Centre, with its corresponding rehearsal and dance rooms.

Updated: 29/04/2019

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Conditions and availability

Times subject to their opening hours.
Possibility of filming at night and on weekends with extra costs.
Fees are adjusted to each project.

Permit procedure

Estimated time needed to process the application: 30 days.

Features and facilities

Difficult access for vehicles: residential area.
A service lift is available.
Available supplies: Electric Light.
Extra spaces are available for production.
Suitable for direct sound in interiors
Difficult for shooting with direct sound.

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Contact

Mercedes (Management)
info@mercadoantonmartin.com
+34 913 690 620

Calle de Santa Isabel, 5
28012 Madrid

Distrito: 01 Centro

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