There is not much in the way of pubs but many bars in Cadiz offer a variety of drinks and local cuisine. The old town or the centre of Cadiz offers more in the way of traditional Andalucian decor and beverages where as the new town gives way to more modern and typical bars.
Many of the best bars in Cadiz can be found the old town or the centre of Cadiz. Depending on what you are looking for - be it a night of dancing and international music or a more local vibe with local people and a traditional setting.
Concerning the former make sure to head to 'Cafe Nahu' on 'Calle Beato Diego de Cádiz'. Next door is 'El Hoyo' which plays more alternative music than its neighbour. Take the next left onto 'Calle Manuel Rances' and pop into 'Babel' and 'M2' both serve cheap mixed drinks and play the latest tunes. If you choose to move further down from 'Cafe Nahu' you will see 'Cafe Poniente' which always provides a good atmosphere.
The latter are mainly found in the old town. Many of the best bars are found in 'La Vina', an area of the city that used to be a vineyard and has now been converted into one of the most picturesque and quaint places to visit in Cadiz. Visit 'La Isleta' where you can often listen to live Spanish music and try cheap but delicious food and drinks. Whilst in this area don't forget to head over to 'Casa Manteca' where inside you will be amazed and dazzled by the walls dedicated to bullfighters over the last century. Another bar that has a' lot of charm is 'Cafe Levante' on 'Calle de Rosario'. Again you will likely find live Spanish music here.
As far as pubs goes there are a few that fit the bill. Located in 'Plaza San Francisco' there is an Irish pub called 'O'Connells'. On the weekends there is usually live music and they are able to put most international sports on the TV. Just ask at the bar, as long as you know the channel beforehand!
From O'Connells and heading onto 'Calle Sagasta' you will pass 'Woodstock'. This has more to offer in terms of entertainment as there is a pool table and darts board with the standard live sportsevents on TV. There are replicas of both these pubs in the new town.
Where ever you decide to go the pubs and bars ensure Cadiz continues to live a healthy nightlife.
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