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Kitsch, huge, two-storey bar throbbing with a young, flirty, pretty clientele.
A block back from the Plaza Mayor, Room is a similar deal to Babel Café-Bar.
Two gay bar-discos in the same building. On Prolongación Juan Pablo II.
A friendly pub inside the Sitka Hotel with the largest TV screen in town.
This cool bar-cafe with great music hides out at the end of a narrow arcade.
Busiest bar on the beach on some nights. Live music three nights a week.
Hosts wildly popular afternoon tea dances, often packed with gorgeous guys.
This cavernous, barnlike pub has traditional music sessions most nights.
Beachfront chill-out lounge and much-loved spot for a sundowner and tapas.
In the dark streets of the old town is this popular late-night hang-out.
Attracts arty types with live jazz in its attractive stone-walled interior.
There is no shortage of pubs around Quincy Center, including the Four’s.
Gecko Bar is a frugal and fun place to gawk at other patrons and passers by.
Live music Thursday to Sunday, TV-sports nightly. Often packed, usually messy.
Recline on the porch of an old seafront villa around a little mooring pool.
This popular local hangout is a particularly nice place for an afternoon beer.
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