40 Cafe has thrown open its doors in the very heart of Madrid’s bustling avenue Gran Via. It’s set to become the hottest spot in town for food, music, live radio and design - all brought together to create one extraordinary space. September 21 sees the launch, with the doors opening to the public on the 22nd.
40 Cafe is the result of a collaborative effort between Top 40 radio network Los 40 Principales, which is market leader in ten countries and boasts more than 6 million listeners, and Grupo Millenium de Restauración, with a track record of 20 years in Spain that has seen the company rise to ever greater challenges. With this venture, Spain’s leading music channel can finally be proud to have a place of its own beyond the airwaves. The dramatic space, designed by Thomas Alia, will house a radio studio, a stage for live performances, a 40 Cafe merchandising store and Europe's largest cocktail bar, as well as a menu prepared which brings together four types of cuisine: Spanish, Asian, American / Mexican and Italian.
40 Cafe is targeted at a young crowd, though here youth is understood a way of being and living rather than a physical age. 40 Cafe is set to be the place where image and music take center stage right on Madrid’s legendary Gran Vía.