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La Colina de Almanzara lies in a restored Carmen on the same hill that leads to Alhambra off the Plaza Santa Ana. Moorish styled interiors welcome you into the almost rustic restaurant with wooden furniture and artifacts adorning the wood and stucco carved ceiling. The cuisine here is traditional yet with an inventive twist, with typical items cooked and presented in a new fashion. Try the oven-baked lamb which is succulent and juicy, or the fresh tuna flavored with mint, or the chicken in a cinnamon sauce. Each and every well-cooked preparation promises an appetizing time and an absolute must-try is the honeyed eggplant or the berenjenas a la miel. Accompany these delicacies with a vintage wine for regional fare you won't easily forget.
Pilar del Toro is a great place to meet up with friends for a drink and some tapas and is even perfect for those who want a full meal. It's a large restaurant which has plenty of dining rooms upstairs. The interiors are impressive with sofas and upholstered chairs and guests can even dine in the outdoor garden area which is complete with dining tables and a few romantic and intimate candlelit dining rooms. The menu here is as appealing as the place and consists of favorites such as roasted lamb with fig sauce, roasted striped bass with mushroom sauce or light meals like puff pastries which are either stuffed with spinach and ham or codfish with a mousseline of avocado.
Dabble in an experience that will not only introduce you to local flavors but also a long-embedded bar culture where tapas are on the house. So, as your sherries and cocktails keep flowing, plates of fried seafood also keep rolling out. Clams, grilled squid, fried prawns, anchovies and fried calamari are the tapas that fill out the menu. The atmosphere is always buzzing and service is super-efficient, given the place is packed with locals all the time.
Six Colours is a cool gay bar near the city center in Granada. It is quite a favorite hangout place with youngsters. One gets to enjoy some great Spanish and English music and also dance along with drinks served at an unbelievable price here. Young people looking to have late-night fun with friends can spend some lovely moments at the tavern. This is also a good place to meet new people. The lounge bar is mostly meant for men, although a few women do visit along with friends at times.
Le Chien Andalou is where you can get the real taste of Spanish performing arts. A fantastic bar where you can listen to flamenco music, Le Chien Andalou has garnered quite a repute among locals and tourists alike. Open every night, this bar has great drinks to complement the entertainment and late hours only make you oblivious to time. There are various shows and the prices are quite affordable. The ambiance, service and delightful lights and acoustics all aspects come together to make Le Chien Andalou a must-visit during your trip to the city.