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Rosario Varela at 10 Calle Varela in Granada is a warm and welcoming bar and grill a couple of streets back from the main tourist area. Its cool vibe and great music attracts a good crowd but we had no trouble finding a great table...More
I went here on a food tour, and I liked it so much that I went back.
There's a massive vermouth selection and great tapas.
Victor was my server. He made wonderful recommendations and took great care of me.
Just been to the Rosario and felt we were treated very poorly. Staff were indifferent and uncaring. But as long as they've got your cash...shame on them. If they don't want to provide free tapas they shouldn't but if they do they should make it...More
We visited twice over the course of a 4 day visit to Granada. First for lunch - very accommodating and good quality tapas. This brought us back in the evening which was much busier, but staff made a point of ensuring we waited and quickly...More
My hubby and I went in because it was crowded. We heard all about the free tapas culture and were quite excited. Ordered drinks at the bar and waited. After abt 15 mins, no tapas came and we decided to order some food. I asked...More
Visited as part of a walking good food tour. Lively place, especially on a Saturday night. Fortunately for us we had a table reserved. We had a couple of samples of their food, the stand out one was thin slices of Iberico beef, in which...More