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Dining


Al Pomodoro

A classic Italian restaurant in the City centre with an authentic atmosphere, serving pasta, pizzas and meat dishes, Al Pomodoro also offers a gluten-free menu.


Alejandro del Toro

Creative Valencian cuisine by award-winning chef Alejandro del Toro, recommended in the Michelin Guide 2016. Don’t miss the oxtail dishes, his speciality.


Casa Carmela

A traditional restaurant by Malvarrosa Beach established in 1922, Casa Carmela has been serving wood-fired paella, fish and seafood for four generations. For many, it offers the best rice dishes in Valencia.


Colmado La Lola

A traditional grocery store turned into an informal eatery serving traditional Valencia cuisine using fresh local produce, close to the Cathedral and Miguelete tower. An unusual place, not to be missed.

Bars & Nightlife


Barcode

At Barcode you can watch the making of some of you favourite drinks, and it will be an experience you will remember. During daytime you can enjoy food and tea here.


Black Note Club

At Black Note Club you can enjoy live music most nights of the week. This place is alternative and if you like jazz and blues you will be delighted to know that the majority of performances are just that.


Café Bolsería

This disco bar is claimed to be one of the most popular ones in Valencia. Here you can have drinks, dance to the R'n'B music and enjoy the company of old and new friends.


Espit Chupitos

Espit Chupitos can be found in various locations around Spain, but they also got a place in Paris. This place offers a wide range of shots and the speciality is the “chupitos de fuego”, the fire shot.

Cafes


Bertal

With its central location, this is the perfect pit stop to grab an artisan ice cream while sightseeing in the old town, choosing from a wide range of flavours. The café also serves a selection of iced drinks, milkshakes and pastries.


Café de Las Horas

Café de Las Horas has a fascinating bohemian atmosphere and it's located in the heart of Valencia. From the outside, it looks like nothing more than an ordinary café, but the inside features an impressive design, lovely pastries and nice staff. It...


Café Lisboa

At a quiet pedestrian street behind La Lonja lies Café Lisboa. Here you can sit in the sun and enjoy a beer together with good friends. Take the chance to taste the typical Spanish sandwiches called "bocadillos".


Casa Isabel

It is a modest little cafe on the beachfront of Valencia. It was an old "beach bar" back in the 60s-80s and keeps that spirit with fisherman's hut style decor and traditional Valencian cuisine.