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La Bohemia

A little gem just outside the center is La Bohemia. A small wine bar with a quirky collection at good prices. You will hardly find tourists here, but mainly ‘locals’. With the wine you can order an extensive collection of ‘montaditos’ (small sandwiches) or ‘tostadas’ (slightly larger sandwich toasted) with all kinds of delicacies. The ’embutidos’ (luxury meats such as […]

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El Descorche de Cervantes
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El Descorche de Cervantes

What started with the small tapas bar El Tapeo de Cervantes has now grown into a real catering company with four branches. The latest addition is El Descorche de Cervantes. The concept is surprising and innovative; only wines from the province of Malaga are served. The collections are impressive and to be honest you will find most wines from the […]

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Araboka Plaza

Araboka has opened its second branch, called Araboka Plaza. It is slightly outside the center but well worth a detour. The beautifully renovated restaurant exudes wine and culinary pleasure. You can book a table or relax at the bar. The wine collection is impressive (as with Araboka center) and there is a wide range of wines from Andalusia and Malaga. […]

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Mesón Astorga

Away from the increasingly uniform center of Málaga, you can find a classic in Málaga; Meson Astorga, in the neighbourhood Cruz Humilladero, the area behind the bus and train station. Meson Astorga has an impressive wine list with many wines from the province and the rest of Spain. It is a twenty-minute walk from the center of Malaga, but more […]

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Vinoteca Bouquet

At the busy Alameda you will find one of the newest wine bars in Malaga. You would walk past it because the bar is hidden from view by the work on the metro. But it is more than worth a visit. Vinoteca Bouquet has a wide collection of wines that can be enjoyed in the bar or taken away. Some […]

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Anyway Winebar

Right in front of the Plaza de Toros on de Paseo de Reding, is one of Malaga’s newest wine bars, Anyway, by the young enthusiastic entrepreneur David Camino. David was ‘cortador de jamones’ (the person who cuts the cured ham) in Malaga’s largest vinoteca El Patio de Beatas. His winebar is tastefully decorated with many design details, created by David […]

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La Alvaroteca

On a off beat location, hidden in the neighborhood behind the train and bus station, you will find this gastro bar, which also has a great passion for wines. Their house wine is a creation from the Alvaroteca itself, made in collaboration with bodega La Capuchina. Their young and enthusiastic sommelier always prepared to explain into great detail about the […]

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Eboka

The owner of Eboka has been a pioneer for promoting wines from Málaga, as he runned for many years his wine bar Dom Vinos on a somehow what remote location from the center of town. Now he created one of the best gastro bars in Málaga where the tables are always fully booked. But without a reservation you can almost […]

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Ocho El Club del Vino

Hidden in a little street you will find this winebar/shop/restaurant. Besides wines from Málaga it has as also a small but interesting collection wines from Granada. These are normally hard to find in Málaga. The Argentian meat is of excellent quality. The spicy Morcilla the best in town. It goes very well with a glass of dry moscatel. If you […]

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La Medusa

If you fancy a great sparkling wine go to La Medusa. It serves an impressive range of champagnes by the glass. But of course also the Spanish equivalent; Cava. Try the Recaredo Brut Nature Gran Reserva. Bodega Recaredo is one of the best Cava producers from Spain and works 100% bio-dynamically. Their Cavas are of the utmost elegance and can […]

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