Top 7 Bars of Seville, the classics of the city

Classic, traditional and charming bars in Seville

If you can find something in Seville, it is undoubtedly bars, they are part of the essence and culture of the city. No matter the time of year or the time of day, Seville is its bars, there are all kinds and for all tastes, but today we are going to talk about the "usual bars" the most loved by Sevillians, which you should know if or if, if you pass through Seville. 🔴 Gastronomic plans in Seville 🛒SEE PLANS Tapas routes, packs and other gastronomic plans


El Rinconcillo

One of the classics of Seville, and one of the oldest bars. Place full of charm and tradition, since its origins extend to 1670, so we can say that it is part of the history of Seville. Its decoration is typically Andalusian, stone walls, faience floors and mahogany bar are some of the characteristics of the place that are still preserved despite the passage of time. They offer an extensive menu of tapas and dishes, being very famous spinach with chickpeas and cod pavia. If you want to enjoy the typical Sevillian cuisine based on homemade dishes, you know where you have to go.


The Brooms

This classic Sevillian restaurant is one of the oldest in the city. Of traditional decoration, its origin dates back to 1386, thus becoming one of the oldest catering establishments in Spain. Its name is due to the fact that, in the origin of the establishment, the owner also sold brooms. It has an extensive menu of dishes and tapas, among which gazpacho, fried fish, multiple homemade stews and in general many other dishes of typical Andalusian cuisine. The property offers indoor and outdoor tables. As a curious fact indicate that writers such as Cervantes or Lope de Vega frequented the place in his time.


The Flower of Toranzo

This centenary bar located in the neighborhood of Santa Cruz, has been a meeting place for Sevillian artists. Classic and simple decoration still retains the essence of the bars of the twentieth century. It is a great place to enjoy a good tapas accompanied by a good glass of wine. Its tapas menu is extensive, all are based on typical Sevillian cuisine mixed with Cantabrian cuisine, since its owner is originally from there. Hence, its star dish is something out of the ordinary: the anchovy tapa of Santoña with condensed milk, well, something that a priori is unappetizing, has become an essential of every diner who visits the place, and you, would you dare to try it?


The Teresas

This bar preserves 100% the essence from its origins back in 1870. Initially it opened as a grocery store in the neighborhood of Santa Cruz, until it evolved and became the bar it is today. With an ornate and peculiar decoration, it has become over the years a meeting place for Sevillians. It has an extensive menu of homemade tapas, all made with quality ingredients. It is also an ideal place to taste good Iberian products, mainly offer good ham, which you can accompany with an exquisite glass of wine, being able to choose between multiple options since before being a bar the establishment was a cellar, so they also retain a wide variety of wines.

 

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Bodeguita La Aurora

If you see this establishment from the outside, it seems that you have teleported a century ago, since it continues to maintain its essence intact from day one. If you enter you can continue enjoying its austere wooden decoration and tasting its wines on tap. It offers a menu of simple tapas, based on Andalusian cuisine, they are tapas we can say: "of a lifetime" but they do not stop being exquisite. From this bar are well known the tapas of chorizo al infierno and the montaitos de pringá, you will not regret trying them. Barrel wines are still served, since originally this bar was a winery, so the wine list is also very complete.


White Cerrillo

Stroll along Tetuán Street in Seville and that "smells like Blanco Cerrillo", that is to say that it smells like adobo, whatever the time of day. This bar opened in .1926, is famous for its marinade as we have said, fry around 40 kilos a day. The bar is very small, so people usually order and take out the drinks. The menu is quite brief: potato omelette, or croquettes are some of the other dishes available apart from its well-known marinade. It is a place of Sevillian tradition and a mandatory stop.


Morales House

Very close to the Cathedral of Seville, on García de Vinuesa street, is this bodeguita whose opening dates back to the year 1,850, making it one of the typical bars of Sevillian tradition. The place is run from its beginnings by the same family, so it retains its authenticity. Its decoration is classic, high ceilings and wood, make the place a unique environment. Initially it was a winery that sold wines in bulk, until it began to offer consumption of tapas and stews in the premises. Blood with onions, pavia, cod with tomato and spinach with chickpeas are some of its star dishes.

 

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