If you're some world-weary urban sophisticate who spends time in London and New York, you may find the Aiguaclara tedious. We're country bumpkins, so we enjoyed the shabby-chic decor, urban vibe, and vinyl-playing DJ -- they have a "vinyl night" every Friday, with records from about the 1940s to the 1970s. When we arrived about 9, it was packed and there were no free tables, but we sat down by the DJ for a drink, and to enjoy the music for a while before trying elsewhere, and after about half an hour the manager found us a table. The staff were friendly, the food wasn't exceptional but it was good -- and relatively cheap for Begur, at 27 euros for three courses -- and we had a lovely bottle of local wine priced at only 11 euros. We enjoyed it very much, and we'd go back.
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