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El Burro Blanco Flamenco Bar

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El Burro Blanco Flamenco Bar

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Susan A wrote a review Sep 2020
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The dancers were fantastic. We paid 10 euro each which included a drink on entry. We were entertained for just under an hour by 3 extremely talented flamenco dancers ( 1 male, 2 female) even though there were only 5 of us, in the audience in this COVID era, the dancers danced their hearts out, we were all swept away in the emotion of the dance. Extremely professional and entertaining. Great night out
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Date of experience: September 2020
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MsWithnail wrote a review Mar 2020
Malmö, Sweden321 contributions177 helpful votes
It has the look and feel of a typical Spanish bodega. There was nice flamenco music streaming out of the speakers, so we went in and suddenly we were in a corner by the dance floor and there were flamenco dancers stomping about. And before we knew what hit us, we had to order something. Two had water (1 adult, 1 child), one had glass of wine (1 adult) and we shared a minimum platter of some simple tapas - cold cuts, a little cheese. The dancers were fine and seemed very professional, but the music was recorded and the dance floor surrounded by pale and stiff Northern European tourists smiling in the strained way Northern Tourists will smile when the Southern blood is running hot on the stage. It felt just a tiny bit sad, and prefab for the tourists. And when we left, we were charged 31 euros; worst of all - they only accept cash! I realise the steepish price was for the dancers, not the two glasses of water, but still, we felt slightly ambushed. I'm sure this bar is great late at night, when the locals are out!
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Date of experience: February 2020
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Derek B wrote a review Sep 2019
Sidmouth, United Kingdom55 contributions10 helpful votes
Our second Flamenco show on our trip to Spain, this was different to Granada, but still very good. Tried to reserve tickets on line but couldn’t get the website to stay in English (it kept defaulting to Spanish) so turned up without tickets. Best to book on line if you can as it was pretty full and the venue is very small and intimate. Deal was €20 for two people including a drink, or €28 for two including a tapas selection. We went for the tapas, which was ok but not great. 4 dancers, 3 women and 1 man. No live music, unlike Granada and no live singing either. They danced to backing tracks, and often 2 people danced together, which again was all different from Granada. The dancers were excellent though and we were so close to the action that when the mad used a cape as a prop, I had to hold onto my drink to make sure it didn’t get knocked off the table. A very good night
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Date of experience: September 2019
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Reuben J wrote a review Jul 2019
Orlando, Florida688 contributions25 helpful votes
A great night out with a lively mix of locals and tourists. We wanted to see try and experience real Spanish dancing. This bar only opens on weekends Friday and Saturday. A good mix of recorded music which most of the locals knew straight away. The live dancers came on later but not to late, the singer and guitarist really got the crowds dancing. There is table service as it does get very full and hard to negotiate the dancers. Get there early as seating is limited, but the club does stay open until the early hours. Great night great value and many new friends.
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Date of experience: April 2019
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kevinjmansell wrote a review Jun 2019
Mount Maunganui, New Zealand208 contributions20 helpful votes
If you were wanting to have a good evening with friends and watch some very entertaining flamenco then I would highly recommend El Burro Blanco Flamenco Bar. It cost each couple €28 which included the show, a glass of vino tinto and a nice assortment of tapas. You were also invited onto the dance floor on two occasions for you to show the world those moves you had hidden away for the right time. And it was. The flamenco show was very good.
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Date of experience: June 2019
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