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Granada restaurants

There are plenty of restaurants for a full sit-down meal in Granada, but tapas is another way to sample Andalusian cuisine. These small plates of food can be eaten for lunch or dinner (usually after 2 p.m. or 10 p.m., respectively) as an accompaniment to your sherry, wine, or draft beer. The small plates range from tortillas, cured ham, and beans to fried seafood and toast montaditos. Tapas is a good option if you want to eat light or late, and it's customary to visit a few bars rather than sit in one place all night. Note that unlike other Spanish cities, traditional tapas in Granada is often free.

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Bar Los Diamantes, Granada

This city center bar is famous for its superb tapas, which are slapped onto a zinc counter along with your glass of Manzanilla or foaming Alhambra beer (the...more

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Bar Pasiegas, Granada

This designer tapas bar on the little square beside the main door of the cathedral is a good place for a beer or glass of wine and a tapa or two at midday. If...more

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Bodegas Castañeda, Granada

The classic choice around the Plaza Nueva. An ancient tavern serving good tapas including cheese and Trevélez hams from the Alpujarras mountains. As in all...more

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Candela, Granada

A pleasant hangout in the Realejo area, popular with local thirtysomethings. The specialty is montaditos—toast with every imaginable topping, from...more

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Casa Juanillo, Granada

This down-home, family-run eating house is in the heart of Sacromonte, an eccentric neighborhood where much of the population (mostly gypsies) lives in caves,...more

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El Huerto de Juan Ranas, Granada

For an unencumbered view of the Alhambra, nab a seat on the large, sunny terrace of this restaurant, just below the Mirador de San Nicolás. In inclement...more

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Mirador de Morayma, Granada

This is the first and best of the carmen restaurants that are now so much in vogue (carmen is the grandest type of Albaicín house). Tables are set out on...more

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Restaurante Sevilla, Granada

Near the cathedral, the Sevilla was founded in 1930 and became a favorite haunt of native poet Federico García Lorca and his artistic friends. Nearly 80...more

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Ruta del Azafrán, Granada

Situated next to the river, this lively restaurant is where the young and trendy get their sustenance, drawn in by the simple, modern interior and abstract art....more

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Ruta del Valleta, Cenes de la Vega

This roadside restaurant in the village of Cenés de la Vega is well worth the two-mile drive out of town for some of the best regional cuisine anywhere...more

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