Iglesia de San Miguel
Try not to miss what is arguably Jerez's loveliest church, the 15th/16th-century Gothic Iglesia de San Miguel .
Stages a busy program where you can pick up Bizet, Verdi, Mozart and – of course – a dash of flamenco.
Mesón El Patio
This place combines a touch of refinement with local conviviality. It occupies a restored sherry warehouse, which means lofty ceilings,...
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Lonely Planet review
This popular, cavernous restaurant with an eccentric menu occupies an old bodega with a hanging fireplace that’s oh-so-cosy in winter. Specialities include grilled meats, fresh fish and the quirky quail with foie gras and rose petals. If you can’t decide, there is a set menu with Jerez wines (€30).