Bars in Seville

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Many of Seville’s neighborhood bars are open from early morning until at least 1:30 a.m. Menus vary throughout the day to include food, coffee, and o... Read More

Many of Seville’s neighborhood bars are open from early morning until at least 1:30 a.m. Menus vary throughout the day to include food, coffee, and other beverages in addition to beer (Cruzcampo is the local brand) and wine (tinto de verano, a summer wine cocktail). But after you’ve had your fill of local dives and casual hangouts, try some of the city’s fancier venues like Bar Americano, which oozes old-world glamour, or Boston Cocktail Bar and Fizz Bar for masterfully mixed cocktails.

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  • Bar 17

    Seville's first rooftop bar is located inside Doña Maria—a quaint hotel conveniently adjacent to the Giralda. While stunning views and friendly service... Read More

  • Bar Americano

    Reminiscent of a quintessential Parisian cocktail bar circa 1925, this elegant Art Deco venue is “hidden” inside the Hotel Alfonso XIII and serves as... Read More

  • Boston Cocktail & Bar

    A haven for serious cocktail connoisseurs with a penchant for classic pours, Boston Cocktail Bar offers three floors of slick monochrome lacquered... Read More

  • El Rinconcillo

    Established in 1670, Spain’s oldest bar charms patrons with its barely changed interiors. Run by the De Rueda family since the 1850’s, the scene is a... Read More

  • Fizz Bar

    For many fledgling, upscale hotels, securing a celebrated chef is a worthwhile investment. In light of the city’s growing interest in cocktail culture,... Read More

  • La Goleta

    First opened in 1904 as a wine storage space, this itty-bitty, standing room only tavern has changed very little over the years and has become a... Read More

  • La Terraza de EME

    Located on the fourth floor rooftop terrace of the centrally located Eme Cathedral Hotel, this contemporary urban bar is more than worth the trip for... Read More

  • Le XIX

    Arguably the liveliest gastropub in town, Le XIX’s atypical interiors are rife with tongue-in-cheek touches, which is fitting, considering it’s located... Read More

  • The Second Room

    Located on a buzzy street not far from Seville’s Plaza del Triunfo attractions, The Second Room is nearly always packed. For one, the space is tiny, but... Read More

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