One of Cañadío’s buzziest bars, Canela is fun, friendly and unpretentious, with tall tables dotting the square outside and a busy cultural calendar encompassing live music, film, cabaret acts and more. It’s forever …
Hold off until 2am, then party on until dawn at this long-standing, dimly lit bar-nightclub, where DJs spin everything from rock to reggae. You’ll catch free comedy shows around 11pm on Thursday.
This unassuming gin-and-tonic specialist sits just back from Playa del Sardinero (next to the casino). Settle into a streetside table over light snacks and a perfectly mixed copa (drink).
Named after an Italian explorer, jam-packed Malaspina has a seminautical theme, giant G&Ts, Spanish and international chart-toppers and the odd ’80s night. It’s just off Calle de Santa Lucía.
Spilling out onto the superbusy Plaza de Cañadío, Pub Blues is good for copas (drinks) with a mixed crowd and sometimes has live jazz, rock or blues from about 9.30pm.