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.
When in Granada, BoogaClub is a great place to bring the weekend in. This ultimate beats zone is a haunt for music lovers, locals and tourists alike. From reggae and jazz to energetic beats that will make you move your feet, the BoogaClub is a great place to let loose. Don't miss the weekly performances and events that will appeal to most audiences. In addition, various DJs grace the stage with their hip hop mixes that will urge you to become a regular at the BoogaClub.
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).
Located in Alqueria de Morayma, a small tourist complex in the city of Granada, this restaurant is one of the few choices for all those out on a sightseeing tour, around the Albayzin area. Two large dining rooms elaborately decorated with antiques and old paintings, an open fireplace, a bar and a terrace with views of the mountains, make Mirador de Morayma the best spot for a peaceful lunch break. The menu includes a wide variety of rice dishes prepared with locally grown ingredients. So, ask for a full course meal and order your favorite wine to go along with it. You can also book the restaurant's outdoor area for private parties and family gatherings.
This typical Irish pub is popular for its wide range of cask-conditioned draught beers and the Sky Sports coverage. The beers are kept as they should be, in barrels in a cool and separate temperature-controlled cellar. The pub is dimly lit and decorated in dark wood. Lots of foreigners come here for the great choice of beers (stout, ale and lager), the TV, the smoky atmosphere and the friendly company. It also serves cider, soft drinks, cocktails and coffee. You'll hear mainly traditional Irish music and rock.
Youngsters looking for a place to have fun can just walk into Chupitería 69 blindfolded. This is a very popular bar with students of the area. It runs on a unique idea — that you earn a point for each shot you drink. These points, in turn, can be redeemed for items such as hats, clothing and other items on display. It is one of the best places to experience some great moments in Granada with a total enjoyment mode all night, but mostly for younger people.
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.
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.
For music, records, festivals, drinks and friends; Loop Bar & Records is the place to be at. This is an unusual place in Granada. Rocking live music and latest music records is what you get at this bar and records store. Local DJs too keep the groove on by spinning amazing tracks one after the other. Serving local bar food and delicious tapas, this place is good for enjoying nice drinks with your friends. Visit their website for more information on the events and the open hours.
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.
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.