We went to see a group advertised as playing 20s and 20s jazz. They were quite good but the cafe is small and it is difficult to get a good place to sit unless you arrive well in advance. You could be stuck in a corner (as we were) which affects sound quality, or have to stand. Admission is free, so the groups who play here are more than likely not professionals - more like good amateurs, and as such of variable quality As with other reviewers, we found the price of drinks to be way higher than is usual in Madrid e.g. a small glass of wine (a copa) and a brandy cost €14 - more than twice the price of the same drinks in a small tapas bar we had been in earlier. However, if you get a good group to listen to and don't drink too much, it will probably be cheaper than paying an admission - which can be up to €15 per head in other places - and regular drink prices.
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