Maquila is a craft beer bar. If you like craft beers, come here.
This is where we go for early evening wines and the occasional chorizo platter. It’s trendy, simple and great for hanging out with your mates. Very homely décor with books, armchairs and a splattering of hipster paraphernalia welcome you in and make it hard to leave!
Bodega Santa Cruz is the lord of the traditional tapas kingdom. They don’t care about anything because they won their title back in the year 1300, they got their classic wooden bar, they got their antique deep fat frier, they got their team of camareros, they just keep on winning. Expect shouting, tapas slinging, beer fights and large servings of banter. Everything and we mean everything is as cheap as chips – like seriously bloody cheap.
The “Mercado” is a wonderful way to dip your toe in to the world of Spanish tapas. Row’s of bright market stalls jovially offer up all the seafood, croquetas and jamon that you could possible dream of. Never ending beer and wine flows as standard. Out front an open air, gin & tonic bar pumps out music, and Seville’s local crowd gathers to make sure they get seen by the right people.
El Rinconcillo is the oldest bar in Seville and the legendary birthplace of tapas. Nuff said. Ancient legs of 5 star jamon adorn the walls, dusty bottles of wine and sherry still quench thirst hundreds of years down the line and old Spanish men come to escape their wives. Come and get amongst it!