Bodegas Campos is a local restaurant located in the heart of the Cordoba. Its interiors, punctuated with brightly-lit chandeliers and wooden furniture add to the old-world atmosphere of the building. The wine barrels with signatures of famous persons tell of the restaurant’s clientele. Bodegas Campos is also an ideal place to go to if you want to catch a flamenco show over dinner. The performances are enthralling, and performed by some of the best artistes in the business. So head to Bodega Campos and treat your taste buds for an authentic fare of Andalusian cuisine in the company of traditional dance performed with such vivacity.
This versatile little café on the north part of town serves not only coffee, but also ice cream and coctails at night. Open late throughout the week, the decor is chic an minimalist with black white and grey as the principal colours. Ambience is friendly and young and welcoming.
Sojo Ribera might be the most electrifying pub in Cordoba, its amazing setting and cool events easily make it one. You can barge in for a drink or two, dance it off on the floor, and even show up at the event lined up for the day. You're bound to cut loose and relax as the neon lights go up and the music gets amazing. They have a long list of cocktails for you to choose from. Sojo Ribera strikes a polished note with its decor, and gets a relaxing vibe. In the morning, sober up and have some amazing coffee and breakfast here.
Bar Santos is a fantastic place to binge on the delicious tapas, in the breezy outdoors and an ambiance made more beautiful by the neighborhood. You cannot miss the Tortilla de patatas, made from olive oil and potatoes. The omelet is huge, so be sure to bring a large appetite. Bar Santos has been known to attract famous personalities, both native and foreign, so you might as well go check what the fuss is all about!
For a good feel of the Andalusian preparation of delicious tapas coupled with drinks, Taberna San Miguel is the perfect bar in the Cordovan alleys. With interiors that exemplify the festive spirit of taverns in Spain, along with an intimate, homely touch, the bar brings delicious food such as Iberian pork cooked in wine, Pig's Trotters, Ratatouille and Bull's Tail. Pair them up with some fine libations, and call it a fine experience of dining and drinking the Spanish way!
To be surrounded by amazing people, lively music and to gulp down some seriously gorgeous cocktails, there is no place better than the Bambú Club this side of the city. The slick ambiance, swanky bar counter and the dance floor lit up with the neon lights set moods of much revelry. Put on your best dress and hit the bar; you have an entire night of partying and dancing awaiting in there!
Located in a charming, white building, La Tinaja is a refreshing dining experience with lovely outdoor seating and an extensive Tapas menu. Seafood preparations such as Marinated Salmon Tataki, Fried Calamari, Fried Cod Loins and Anchovy, to name a few, are a part of their tapas menu. You can pair the food with one of their wines, which can be chosen from an impressive menu. The outdoorsy vibe makes the restaurant a great place for a tapas party with loved ones.
Intended for the younger audience of trendy North Córdoba, Bambuddha is a hip two-story bar. Relax and lounge comfortably on the brightly-colored sofas with a drink in your hand while enjoying the music and company of friends, or join the party and dance. Either way, you'll appreciate the ambiance of a bright and luminous atmosphere that is crawling with activity. For an even more intimate celebration, the upper floor can be rented out for private parties. For a different set of pace, stop in on Thursday nights when this lounge transforms into a comedy club featuring performers from Paramount Comedy and Club de la Comedia.
If you are in Cordoba, or are planning a trip to the place, make sure to include a visit to this bar. Taberna Guzman is a famous tavern and has an impressive collection of very good local beers, spirits and wines with tapas to go with the drinks. Montilla, a famous wine from southern Cordoba, is a must-try drink here. The tapas that are served here go along quite nicely with the range of wines listed on the menu. Especially the meatball preparation they serve is quite a popular dish among regular guests here.
Capturing the very essence of Cordoba is the Taberna la Montillana, a tapas restaurant and a wine bar. They have their own range of wines, and the ground floor occupies an entire cellar for wine connoisseurs and first timers alike. The first floor is a dining area, with entertaining shows and guitar concerts that create the much coveted Spanish dining ambiance. Taberna la Montillana is a must-try if you're in Cordoba.