This bustling bar and restaurant occupies an elegant town house and exudes a whiff of tradition with its dark-wood furnishings, lofty ceilings, and tasteful color scheme. Granada's Círculo Taurino (bullfighting society) used to meet here as can be seen in some of the wall decorations. A congenial staff and a reliably good menu add to the appeal. It's popular with the business community, and there are plenty of plates to share, including goat's cheese and mango pastry. Main courses include fresh fish of the day, and steak tartare (the house specialty). The wine list is superb. An additional plus: the kitchen doesn't close between lunch and dinner.
Pl. Carmen 1, Granada, 18005, Spain