Jimmy Glass Jazz Bar is one of the most happening places to be for jazz enthusiasts. This club hosts some of the best jazz talent, from Valencia as well as non-local. The beautiful blue walls are offset by the yellow lights, giving this place a lively and cozy feel. Along with performances, one can also catch up on some great tapas fare and cocktails while at the bar.
Portland Ale House is a typical American style place, which serves an amazing range of beers such as Indian pale ale, orange wheat and amber ale, along with American pub food, such as fries and burgers. The place also has an outdoor seating area, which is a great place to meet and interact with new people. Service is quick, efficient and attentive.
Transport yourself to the tropics of Hawaii at Hawaika, a themed bar complete with bamboo furniture, vegetation, as well as aquariums and fountains, along with ancient Polynesian symbols. The place serves some mean and exotic cocktails, along with mocktails or ice cream sundaes for those not too keen on drinking. This place provides one with an experience quite different from that of the rest of Valencia.
This tapas bar is situated in the heart of the Canovas area. It is newly opened and offers expensive and specialized tapas. The typical dishes of the bar include wild boar stew and oxtail (only on Wednesday). They have a very good wine cellar with a wide selection of wine from all the different wine-making regions of Spain. When they close the kitchen at midnight on the weekends, they still continue to serve drinks. Decoratively, it is a very attractive bar. It is decorated in a rustic style, with visible brick orange walls. There are also bullfighters painted on one of the walls, with their costumes hanging over a bar.
To the artists, intellectuals and socially-aware of Valencia, Café Negrito is a source of sustenance and inspiration in equal measure. Although this cafe are undergone numerous changes over the years, it has retained its bohemian vibe and continues to be favored by the city's intellectuals. Besides the usual cafe fare, El Negrito also features sustenance of an artistic variety through temporary exhibitions, live music and events that showcase the efforts of various local NGOs. Enjoy a drink and a little people watching from the cafe's outdoor seating area at Plaza Negrito.
This is the oldest disco in Valencia, and they play all types of music, from the 60s to contemporary tunes, pop and electronic, something spanning the various decades it's been open. During the week it is a relaxed and calm place, attracting couples mostly, but at the weekend, it fills up with a very varied clientele. They also organize wedding celebrations and other social events, but you have to book well in advance. The cover charge includes one drink.
If you love pop, rock or indie music, then Deluxe is a good option when in the Algirós neighborhood. Equipped with a good system and lighting, this nightclub has DJs and live acts entertaining the crowd. Groove to the music till wee into the morning. Deluxe is a nice place to hangout with your friends and socialize.
This contemporary restaurant offers diners an authentic taste of local flavor through a seasonal offer that draws inspiration of the traditions of Mediterranean cuisine. The four course menu changes daily, featuring dishes prepared using locally-sourced, seasonal produce, with the option to add a dessert and wine pairings. While the food is nothing short of divine, La Cepa Vieja also offers an excellent selection of wines that complement each dish to perfection. The restaurant itself is a picture of contemporary elegance and is an inviting place to indulge in a culinary adventure.
Located steps away from the City Center, the Loco Club hosts a bevy of musical concerts and live music shows in its spacious premises. The venue is equipped with advanced sound technology that ensures an exemplary acoustic experience. While you groove to the music, get a drink for yourself at any of the two bars. In the past, the club has hosted bands such as Bronco Bullfrog, Demenos, and The Dustaphonics, besides a few solo performances such as Daniel Romano, Lloyd Cole and Luke Winslow-King as well.
Established in 2004, 16 Toneladas features perfect acoustics to enhance your enjoyment levels with a high output of 104dB. With a square room, the view from all angles is going to be the same, giving the audience unprecedented view of their favorite artist. There are two dressing rooms with all amenities for artists, while the stage can easily accommodate five band members at a time. Concerts take place quite occasionally at this venue. They also have a good range of drinks served across the counter.