Ran by the hotelkeeper Sixto Tovar Gutierrez, this bar has one of the most successful kitchens around. Their scrumptious tapas are interesting and sure to entice your palate with their flavorsome aroma. The Rioja-style potatoes, Salmorejo (thick vegetable dip), homemade stews, Roquefort croquettes and sirloin with Cabrales cheese (similar to Roquefort) are very delicious and must-tries from the menu. In addition, there are many delicious wines. Make sure to drink the Castillo de San Diego very cold; it is an ideal white wine to accompany the seafood.
Sala Fun Club is widely considered the best venue in town for live rock, heavy metal and indie music concerts. It receives constant praise from press and public alike, and it has featured as a backdrop to documentaries and short movies. There's a live concert every weekend. It's a disco as well and Thursday nights are best for dancing, with top DJs mixing techno and house. Sala Fun Club is a place for wild young things, so you might be shocked by what you see. There's a lounge for relaxing and chilling out and the place stays open very late.
If you are planning a romantic night, then look no further than La XIX for your special occasion. Dimly lit with the warm glow emanating from yellow bulbs, this place epitomizes intimacy. Neatly furnished with different kinds of seating spaces, La XIX allows you to enjoy drinks in a comfy and cozy setting. Their cocktail menu is quite inventive and the bartenders are generous with their pours. La XIX also hosts live music performances.
The Second Room is a chic cocktail bar with an air of sophistication. Illuminated in subtle lights and designed in contemporary tones, this place is where the youngsters come to enjoy potent drinks. Their cocktail menu is quite diverse and the bartenders are known to create magic with spirits. Form classic cocktails to creative concoctions, The Second Room is known to serve them all. The place is popular among the local, after-work crowd because of their happy hour.
For a strictly jazz experience, head to this local favorite. Jazz Corner's ambiance and music spell, complete devotion to jazz. The bar is the work of architect Pilar Hernaiz and shaped to resemble Chet Atkins' Gibson. It's the perfect setting for a night of jazz and nightcaps. With concerts and jam sessions by regional artists, Jazz Corner is Seville's best offering in live jazz. If bass guitars and saxophones excite you, you've just found your paradise!
Whether you come for tapas at the bar or for a sit-down meal in restaurant Enrique Becerra, you're sure to be served excellent Andalusian food prepared with care. You'll find this place behind the main Post Office building, close to the cathedral and Giralda tower. Gazpacho, cured hams, spring onions with scrambled egg and mixed fried Mediterranean fish are the house specials. They're best accompanied by one of the fine regional wines on offer. Please call for open hours.
Get transported to an era gone by, at this charming and exquisite cocktail bar. Part of Hotel Alfonso XIII, this bar is divided into two separate rooms with an ornate decor and a fully stocked bar. Placed right next to the gallery and open terrace, the Bar Americano used to be a meeting room for King Alfonso XIII. Choose from their list of sophisticated cocktails or wines and head for your favorite spot. The place also delights patrons with Jazz performances on certain nights of the week.
La Isla literally means 'The Island' and you get a feeling you are on one here. Founded in 1946, this specialized sea-food Andalusian eatery is doing very well for itself. La Isla serves the best and freshest fish, which are picked straight off the coast everyday. The owner is of Galician descent and has a treasury of time-tested recipes, which more than make up for the long wait and high prices. Saying that they have an array of sea-food to pick from would be an understatement. Go for the Salmón marinado al aroma de Enebro or the Chacinas ibéricas serranas variadas or even some well-crafted prawn and lobster varieties. Combine them with the vintage wines and you won't need anything else for a perfect evening.
Rustic and cozy, Casa Morales is a place where you can sample delicious tapas and impressive, local wines. Albeit small in size, the bar is quite popular among locals as well as tourists, hence it's recommended that you occupy your seats before sundown. Menu is written down in chalk on the huge wine barrels and it covers a wide variety from cheese to charcuterie. The prices are quite reasonable and the amicable waiters add an element for vigor to your experience.
With bright, flamboyant orange walls, this unique restaurant exudes Italian culinary passion. Maccheroni's design and decor may be minimalist but the food is definitely not! A range of pastas, anti-pastis, pizzas and special meats don the menu. The restaurant offers an exhaustive wine list as well. To seal your meal, try the Tiramisu or the Panna Cota from the desserts menu. Maccheroni's spacious yet intimate dining area creates a perfectly relaxed atmosphere for a romantic evening.