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Even though it's tucked away on a little side street, this is the most accessible flamenco venue in town. The atmospheric club regularly hosts flamenco, jazz, and ethnic music concerts on Thursdays and Sundays. It's in an old house that has been tastefully decorated in Moorish style, with carved wooden ceilings and open brickwork. The original centuries-old water cistern has been transformed into a stage. You have to pay an entrance fee for the live performances, but prices are always affordable.
Am Fuße der Alhambra, im schönen Altstadtviertel Albaicín, befindet sich die Bar mit den weiten, verwinkelten Räumlichkeiten. In gemütlicher Atmosphäre werden hier Bier, Wein und Cocktails serviert.
En Carmen de San Miguel is a delightful restaurant you can find on the hill towards Alhambra. The views are spectacular and one can appreciate this picturesque scene, in a glass enclosed patio styled terrace with beautiful views of flowers and the hillside. The cuisine is prepared with the freshest of seasonal produce, ensuring you get the healthiest and tastiest culinary experience possible. Specialties here include pâté of partridge with a vinaigrette sauce, Iberian ham with manchego cheese and a casserole of monk fish and fresh clams to name a few. The wine list here is extensive as well, including selections from all over the country.
Surrounded by pretty buildings perched atop is the popular Bodega La Bella y La Bestia. This restaurant is a pretty sight. The stone walls, wooden bar stools and interesting curios make this place very appealing. Tapas served with a variety of drinks and cocktails never tasted better. Exotic food and relevant services are available for hosting private functions too. There are two other eateries at different locations in Granada. Once you step out of this restaurant, a lovely scene awaits you. So dining at Bodega La Bella y La Bestia will be an experience like none other. Contact them for the restaurant's open hours.
This club attracts mainly a student crowd for its regular sessions. It also organizes the occasional live concert. There are two floors, each with a different feel. The upper floor, where the toilets and cloakroom are, is a quiet bar where you can sit and drink in peace. Downstairs, the lights are dimmed, the DJs play chart hits and everyone dances. The regular DJs are Sergio Bastida and DJ Toner. Planta Baja has been in business for the last 17 years.
The Lemon Rock Bar is a cheerful and charming place to dine, with a contemporary decor that blends quaint, classical elements with an industrial vibe. The menu is a delicious melange of cocktails, coffee and other cafe staples, alongside an ever-evolving menu of Mediterranean fare. The bar is sectioned off into several individual spaces, each with a character of its own. The dining room boasts a relaxed and congenial ambiance, while upstairs, the terrace is a fine place to cool off on hot summer days and mingle with travelers. The offer is completed by nightly entertainment like DJ nights, and live music featuring local and touring acts.