If you are hungry for tapas in Granada, then head over to Taberna La Tana, a small tapas bar that is just a short walk from the cathedral. Run by Jesús (the sommelier) and his sister Luisa (the chef), this small place packs in the locals who come to enjoy the tapas and the impressive selection of wines (over 300 to choose from). Included in the extensive wine list is a good selection of wines and beers from the Granada region. If you’re not sure what to have, let Jesús help you make a selection and you will be glad you did.
The tapa selection is quite varied, and you’ll find choices that include traditional dishes, such as morcilla con piñónes (blood sausage with pine nuts), salmorejo (a cold tomato and bread soup), sardinas con salmorejo (sardines with salmorejo), paté casero (homemade paté) and even a tapa of homemade guacamole. Jesús and Luisa will make you feel at home in their bar, and they even still follow the old-school custom of offering patrons free tapas with their drinks.
- Calle Rosario, 11 (corner of Placeta del Agua)
- Granada, Spain
- Phone: (958) 22 52 48
Photo credit: © Taberna La Tana
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