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Restaurante Chikito is one of Granada's favorite family restaurants for a quality Granadino meal. Although it is not cheap by Spanish standards, it is quite common to see the place full on a weekend. It's very popular for its authentic cuisine among the people of Granada. Try their specialty, the Tortilla Sacromonte, which is supposedly the most traditional dish from the region. Or opt for some of their risque items which include baked tuna, oxtail, sopa sevillana, shrimp cocktail, Basque hake, zarzuela, grilled swordfish and Argentine-style veal steak to name a few. Although most preparations follow traditional methods, they don't lack variety, quality and elaborate decorations. Dine outdoors on the terrace in the summers and enjoy the weather while you sip on refreshing drinks.
A local bar with an international outreach, Poë specializes in excellent tapas, attracting a crowd of expats, locals, students and tourists. Poë is run by UK-born Matthew Poe and his Angolan wife Ana, and together they manage to keep the menu eclectic and the atmosphere electric. You can choose from a selection of their famous homemade dishes- Portugese Piri-Piri, Brazilian bean stew, Thai Chicken curry and Italian veggies. And don't forget to try the absinthe shots (served with sugar cubes).
Come and dance to salsa, merengue ballenatos and other Latin rhythms. You'll be mixing with a crowd of all ages, nationalities and colours. This dance club is a real melting pot. The area around the dance floor is decorated with photos of Latin neighbourhoods from different cities around the world. You can choose from a great variety of traditional Latin American cocktails, like mojitos, caipiriña, piña colada, margaritas and others, mainly based on rum and fruit juices. There are lots of imported rums and beers from the other side of the Atlantic as well. It's located above the café París, across the road from the interesting Hospital San Juan de Dios.
Located on Calle Gran Capitán in Granada, Polaroid is a nightclub that's always buzzing. Whether you want to let your hair down and dance to the electronic music, or listen to the best of local indie rock bands live in concert, the club never disappoints. As for the drinks, they have a full bar with a variety of libations on offer. Gear up for an all-night party with friends at the Polaroid.
Its cozy ambiance is accentuated by white and black hues, with the former being dominant. Gastrobar San Juan de Dios is set in an area in the center which is populated by a lot of hotels. Frequented by tourists and students as well as locals, their Spanish tapas style fare with a large focus on seafood and meat, does have options for vegetarians as well. Drop in for breakfast, lunch or dinner at this friendly spot.
If you don’t mind rubbing shoulders with tourists and are ready to forgive the place for being rammed most of the time, then you are in for an epicurean dining experience. Bar Kiki probably has the most enviable setting in Granada, right by Mirador San Nicolas overlooking Alhambra. So sunny afternoons unexpectedly become delightful when you get to gorge on tapas and sip sensational cocktails sitting on the covered terrace that opens up to a splendid view of the palatial city. Local standbys prepared using fresh ingredients line up the menu and roll out in small plates as the drinks are poured. Service is pleasing, although things go smoother if you know a bit of Spanish.