This quality restaurant opened its doors in 1942 and can be found in several places throughout Spain nowadays. Step in and experience their seafood specialities, meat dishes and sharing plates. You will want to come back for more!
If you’re looking for a savoury lasagna or home-made Italian pasta in Spain, Cacho & Pepe is your place. The rustic interior with a modern twist welcomes you to a full menu of eggplant, pizza and rice dishes. There is a choice of vegetarian dishes and if you’re still going after the main course, try their Tiramisu or Stratiatelle deserts.
The stunning view over all of Granada makes this restaurant an insider’s tip for an excellent dinner. Watching the sun set over the city, you can enjoy an aperitif, a cocktail or indulge in the splendid Andalusian cuisine. A dinner at Carmen Mirador de Aixa is a night to remember.
Casa Juanillo has been around since 1977 and has a dedicated crowd of regulars. Not only locals but also visitors from all over the world are welcome and will be happy to find fresh specialities from the region. Try the Spanish ratatouille served in terracotta and enjoy the view of the Alhambra from your seat.
When in Granada, a traditional Andalusian dinner is a must. At Damasqueros you’ll get that and much more in a picturesque setting. The weekly tasting menus keep customers on their toes and you will always find some new creations on the menu. Drop in and taste the best of Southern Spain.
Calle Damasqueros 3, Granada
+34 958 210 550
Tue–Sat 1pm–3pm / 8:30pm–10:30pm; Sun 1pm–3pm; Mon closed
A stunning architecture, high-class cuisine and excellent service are only some of the highlights of this restaurant. El Claustro lies beautifully in the historic center and boasts with excellent cuisine of the Andalusian region, with a field to fork philosophy. You don’t want to miss this place on your travel itinerary.
This family friendly bar and restaurant has been around since 1967 and has been delighting guests ever since. Try their tapas including gazpacho, fried squid and snails with your drink, lean back and enjoy a lovely evening here.
This international Tapas bar has a simple recipe with a great effect: Beer and Tapas. With each drink you receive a free tapa of your choice and you can enjoy an evening in an upbeat bar setting. If you're planning a night out anyway, you can just stay at Bar Poë until the party crowd enters.
Reggae, Jazz, Blues and much more is what you get at Boogaclub. Drop in to join a casual Jam Session, grab a beer in the low light setting and enjoy the feel good sensation of the music. There is always a new and hot act on the schedule and you meet nice people inside.
This place provides you with everything expected of an Irish Pub: Guinness, Whiskey, rustic decor and a laid-back atmosphere. Bring your friends or meet some new inside — Daly's is always a good place to drop in.
Calle Santa Escolástica, 15, Granada
+34 958 22 99 53
Mon–Wed 9:30pm–3am, Thu 8:45pm–3am, Fri 8:30pm–4am, Sat 9pm–4am, Sun 9pm–3am
The city of Granada boasts the most abundant Arabic cultural heritage in the region of Andalusia, and this is particularly evident on the small market street of Calle Calderería Nueva. This road, which branches off from Calle Elvira and leads up into the historical Arabic district of Albaicin, is lined with shops selling Arabic fabrics and ceramics, tea shops, and stalls selling sweets. Visitors can take their pick from a vast array of herbal teas, freshly brewed coffee, Arabian pastries and flavoured shisha pipes while enjoying the sights and sounds of the vibrant and lively street from one of the numerous cafes with a Moorish style decor.
Cafe 4 Gatos is a charming little cafe in Granada with a lovely view of the Alhambra, perfect for sunny days. They offer delicious sandwiches and cappuccinos at great prices. The outdoor seating can get busy, so it's best to arrive early or be prepared to wait. The breakfast specials are particularly noteworthy, with the tostada mixta with raspberries and tostada de tomate being particularly delicious.
Perspectives is a cosy family-owned cafe with friendly and attentive staff. Their specialty coffee is excellent, and they have a wide selection of breakfast options including egg and tomato toast, fruit bowls and natural juices. Try their sourdough bread with spinach cheese omelette or the toast with cheese and jam on top. Many items on the menu are gluten-free. Highly recommended.
Calle Elvira 115, Granada
+34 683 15 77 51
Wed–Fri 9am– 2pm, Sat & Sun 9:30am–2pm, Mon & Tue closed