Corral del Carbón
Tucked away just to the east of Calle Reyes Católicos is this Nasrid-era corn exchange framed by an elaborate horseshoe arch, which...
Taberna La Tana
Possibly the friendliest family-run bar in Granada, La Tana specialises in Spanish wines and backs it up with some beautifully paired...
Occupying the site of the legendary Café Alameda, the Chikito is perennially popular with the smart local set; its walls are plastered...
Plaza de Mariana Pineda 6 · interesting places nearby
Café Futbol information
More about chocolate and ice cream than football, this three-storey cafe with its butter-coloured walls and gaudy chandeliers dates from 1910 and is generally packed with coiffured señoras, foreign students and families. Elderly, white-shirted waiters attend to the Sunday afternoon rush, when everyone in Granada seemingly turns up for hot chocolate and churros.