Jerez de la Frontera drinking and nightlife

Wine Bar in Jerez de la Frontera

Tabanco Plateros

Join the crowds spilling out from this lively drinking house for a glass of fino, oloroso or amontillado glugged alongside ingeniously simple meat and cheese tapas (€2 to €3). There's tortilla at weekends, and sherr…
Wine Bar in Jerez de la Frontera

Tabanco Las Banderillas

Decked with bullfighting memorabilia, this yellow-walled tabanco is forever popular for its wonderfully simple, meat-heavy tapas, from chacinas (cold cuts), tortillitas de camarones (shrimp fritters) and patatas ali…
Wine Bar in Jerez de la Frontera

Tabanco A la Feria

One of just a few venues offering daily shows, A la Feria gets taken over by fiery flamenco at 10.30pm each night. Sherries and tapas are a bargain at €1, or arrive early to secure a table for the four-tapa, two-win…
Wine Bar in Jerez de la Frontera

Tabanco El Guitarrón de San Pedro

Revitalised by sherry-loving owners (who offer pairings and tastings), El Guitarrón hosts regular flamenco dancing (Thursday) and singing (Friday and Saturday), plus art exhibitions – all best enjoyed while feasting…
Teahouse in Jerez de la Frontera

Tetería La Jaima

Recline with a fruity, aromatic brew (chilled versions available) in the cavernous depths of this atmospherically dark tea room, decked out with breezy curtains and Moroccan lanterns. If you're hungry, try some humm…
Bar in Jerez de la Frontera


One of two historic bars on Calle Francos where flamenco singers and dancers have long met and drunk, with varied live music, tapas (€2 to €5.50) and a fun movida flamenca (flamenco scene).
Bar in Jerez de la Frontera


One of three lively side-by-side bares de copas (drinks bars) next to the Hotel Sherry Park, north of the centre, Kapote goes until late with chart favourites and a mixed crowd.
Wine Bar in Jerez de la Frontera

Tabanco El Pasaje

Born back in 1925, Jerez' oldest tabanco serves up its excellent sherry selection and pleasantly uncomplicated tapas (€2 to €3) with suitably raw twice-daily flamenco sessions.
Beer Hall in Jerez de la Frontera

Dos Deditos

A friendly, central beer bar with a never-ending list of Spanish and international brews.
Wine Bar in Jerez de la Frontera

La Carbonería

Still sporting the odd sign of its former life as a coal shop, this stylish little wine bar is a popular old-town meeting spot with a good selection of spirits and wines.