Located within Room Mate Larios Hotel, La Terraza de Larios is a beautiful bar located on the rooftop. It is frequented by locals who enjoy the funky ambiance and drinks. The views of the surrounding city and its attractions are a treat to behold and make the experience worth the money. Enjoy the lavish cocktails and beers as you relax on the classy furniture. The peppy music adds to the mood.
This old place with an unrivalled reputation has been going for more than a century. In the middle of Alameda Principal, it is still full of customers—old and new. The wines in barrels (and bulk) are certainly the best option. Not only can you try the different wines but you can also take a bottle home to share with the family or friends. As far as the food goes, some seafood tapas or "pescaito frito" (little fried fish, famous in Malaga) should help you enjoy washing down the vino.
Vino Mio Cervantes opened its doors to diners in the year 2003, and is located in the center of Malaga. It is a cozy, stylish and a typical Spanish restaurant, with a huge terrace overlooking the beautiful city. The menu is very extensive and serves a variety of tapas, pastas, salads and exotic vegetarian dishes. The must try’s are the exotic non-vegetarian dishes like the kangaroo and crocodile meat dishes. The terrace is an ideal place to enjoy a drink, cocktail or beer in the company of friends or someone special. The restaurant is popular for its Flamenco shows that start after 8p, and it is advisable to book your table if you wish to enjoy the show along with your meal.
Choose from the fine wines of Andalusia, Rioja, Ribera del Duero and Albariño accompanied by delicious homemade tapas like Spanish-style potato salad, octopus in a tomato-based sauce, potato croquettes and spicy pork sausages. There's a wide range of other savory dishes on offer including platters of cold meats, Spanish omelet, and spinach with peppers. The interior is decorated like a traditional Andalusian house with the addition of wine barrels and pots of geraniums in the windows. Look on the walls to see photos of all the famous celebrities who have been here and you'll also find the barrels have been signed by well-known flamenco performers.
This was a stately mansion that has been carefully and respectfully converted into a cocktail bar. Many of the original features have been retained, like grand wood and marble staircase. There are three bars, one on the lower floor and two upstairs. The clientèle changes as the night progresses: the younger crowd come here early, and as the night goes on, the average age increases. It's popular with the many foreign students who study in Málaga. The music and the atmosphere are good and the bouncers sensibly try to keep the numbers down so that those inside don't feel crowded.
Toulouse Club Málaga is a popular nightclub in the historical part of the city of Malaga. It serves delicious cocktails and spirits that never fail to entice the patrons. Enjoy the foot-tapping music belted out by the talented Djs as they regale the audience throughout the night. The ambience is peppy and casual. It also offers promotions and other exciting freebies from time to time.
Hop Scotch serves a selection of more than 200 beers on rotation that are loved by the patrons. The bar offers a quiet and cozy ambience for friends and groups to enjoy a meal together. Dig into the food as well that is meticulously prepared by the chefs. The Thai curries and the other vegan specials are worth tasting and go well with the beers on tap. The staff is polite and friendly, receiving diners with warmth.
The Shakespeare is a popular bar with an Irish or English pub theme. It offers a variety of beers which can be coupled with the tasty and filling food for a memorable time. There are TV screens showcasing live matches that are enjoyed by the patrons. Pub and trivia quizzes are also held here. The ambience is lively and cheerful and the staff is welcoming.
For the authentic tapas experience without any frills, try this traditional old-fashioned bar decorated with nothing more than a few old newspaper articles and faded photos of Málaga circa 1900. It's been in business for over 65 years, serving its little glasses of beer and sweet Málaga wine accompanied by delicious tapas of tender pork fillets, cod and tomato, grilled prawns and paella. The service and the atmosphere are unbeatable.
A part of SoHo, El Rincón del Cervecero is a brew pub serving craft beer. The moment you enter, you can smell the hops in the ambiance that tempts your palate. The owner David enjoys brewing the drinks onsite and also teaches brewing on weekends to interested patrons. There area whopping 182 varieties of the drink on offer and each one is distinct from the other.
La Botica de la Cerveza is a casual and friendly venue with minimal decor that feels like home. It is visited by loyal patrons and is crowded on most days. This unpretentious bar offers more than 300 varieties of beer that one can enjoy at leisure. The staff is polite and helps you choose something according to your taste.