Spain: Major gastronomic investment launches at Santiago Bernabéu

source:; author: Paulina Skóra

Spain: Major gastronomic investment launches at Santiago Bernabéu Another exciting project is underway at Santiago Bernabéu, confirming that Real Madrid's new stadium will soon become not only the city's entertainment hub but also a significant culinary destination in the capital of Spain. What are the leaders of Los Blancos preparing this time?


Madrid-inspired market

Desarrolla Obras y Servicios has announced the commencement of construction of the innovative Bernabéu Market, a gastronomic market spanning 3000 square meters. This project, developed by Real Madrid in collaboration with Amicalia Inversiones and designed by prestigious interior design teams Burr Studio and Studio Animal, promises to transform Madrid's culinary experiences and become a standout venue within the revamped Estadio Santiago Bernabéu.

Under the stadium's stands, 25 gastronomic stalls will be set up. Bernabéu Market aims to evoke the essence of Madrid's most lively districts. Incorporating this initiative as an integral part of the impressive stadium renovation aims to strengthen the venue's position as a top-tier tourist and sports destination in Madrid.

The construction team is already engaged in building this marketplace, which will offer a wide range of national and international dishes. Designers describe Bernabéu Market as a space emulating the density and vitality of urban districts, drawing inspiration from metropolises like Tokyo or Hong Kong. Interior architecture features metal structures contrasting with stone grates, creating a vibrant and dynamic environment.

Design of Estadio Santiago Bernabéu© / Ribas Arquitectos

Meeting expectations

With the increasing number of visitors estimated to rise from the current 12 million to 18 million, establishing Bernabéu Market responds to the growing demand for high-quality gastronomic experiences.

The market will be open year-round to stadium visitors. On match days, a section will be reserved exclusively for special guests of Real Madrid, while the remainder will continue to serve all fans. Bernabéu Market will also have space in the new green square in front of the stadium, where the Esquina gallery was located before the renovation.

In addition to this investment at Santiago Bernabéu, various gastronomic establishments are nearing completion, including 99 Sushi Bar, Puerta 47, Sky Bar, a restaurant owned by the Arzábal group and a microbrewery from the Mahou brand.

Design of Estadio Santiago Bernabéu© / Ribas Arquitectos