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The Star Bar is the oldest pub on the Rock.
The town's best posing spot provides ample opportunities for watching other poseurs. Sweet churros con chocolate (fingers of doughnut dipped into a cup of hot chocolate) help pass the time.
On the steps just down from the Plaza de Santa María at the southern end of the old town, this cosy place stands out for many reasons, but it’s the only place in town where you can consistently hear live flamenco (fr...
This fashionable bar in the hotel of the same name is one of the places to be seen. DJs spin till 3am or 4am.
Top of the late and cool list, though oddly located, this Ibiza-inspired place includes a couple of bars and a nikkei (Japanese-Peruvian) restaurant, and a nightclub with resident house DJs.
Built into the old city walls, this place has a cavernous feel and squeezes a flamenco ensemble into its clamorous confines every Thursday at 10.30pm.
A sort of wine bar-meets-surf bar, the slick new Bear House has low cushioned chill-out sofas, a variety of cocktails, football on the big screen, but no bears.
Irish and Italian-owned Mezcla has sport screens, tapas and wi-fi.
Bistro Point has a friendly international crowd and good crêpes (€2 to €4) too.
Italian-owned bar-club Soul Café has good cocktails and international music: you may hear guest DJs from Milan play their stuff.
This old town ruin with trendy new decor is Tarifa's dance capital, with a steady early-hours diet of electro and house music
There are numerous bars and fast-food restaurants here.
It’s like every other Irish pub you’ve ever been in, but if you need that Guinness fix (pints €5), this is the place. If the volume gets to you, you can escape to the tables outside...
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