Restaurante Burbu

I was craving sushi and I realized I pass this place all of the time. You wouldn't really think much of it from the outside (Palacio) location but it was a pretty nice experience. The entire branding is really thought out. Interior is a super minimalist style but still a cozy date night space. The… Continue reading Restaurante Burbu

La Finca Roaster

While doing some last minute shopping for Three Kings' Day, we unexpectedly came across this cute little coffee stop. I'd say it's more of a to-go place than a sit down but there were a few bar seats available by the window. It's located in a little side street next to the Cathedral. We ordered… Continue reading La Finca Roaster

Sur Coffee Corner

Although I love the culture in Granada that encourages spending time having a coffee, sometimes you're on the go and require coffee ASAP. The decaffeinated version of myself was so happy to find Sur Coffee Corner. Serving coffee to go they even carry milk alternatives like my favorite, Oatly! They also have very delicious looking… Continue reading Sur Coffee Corner

HAMMAM AL ÁNDALUS: Part 2 COVID UPDATES

A lot of my readers have been wondering if the baths in Granada are open. The answer is yes! They have taken a lot of precautions like cleaning with UVCs, new disinfectant and air circulation systems, ensuring proper social distancing, and many more safety rules. There is also an offer going on where you can… Continue reading HAMMAM AL ÁNDALUS: Part 2 COVID UPDATES

Ruta del Veleta

Ruta del Veleta is on an unassuming street in Granada. It's a beautifully decorated, quiet, clean, and the service is very attentive. The plates are very attractive and it's quite clear there was a lot of thought going into the designs of the dishes. It's truly art and maybe the best restaurant in Granada. Everything… Continue reading Ruta del Veleta

La reina kitchen bar

Directly behind one of Granada's most famous statues and most popular meeting place, Plaza Isabel Católica, is a chic restaurant La Reina Kitchen Bar. Owned by the Marquis Hotels, it's fairly new (1 year) and I'm certain this restaurant will continue to be a new millennial hot spot. The restaurant interior is super chic and… Continue reading La reina kitchen bar

Carmen de los Martires

Slightly hidden within the Alhambra grounds is a building called Carmen de los Martires. Originally a 19th century home with a beautiful garden, this now government building is open to the public and sometimes used as an event venue. A long dirt path leads to the mansion that is lined with greenery and statues. Home… Continue reading Carmen de los Martires

Plaza de Bib-Rambla

Situated near the famous Cathedral in Granada is Plaza de Bib-Rambla. This plaza is filled with restaurants to have chocolate con churros or a glass of wine during a long day of being a tourist. Personally, I enjoy Gran Cafe Bib Rambla for a quick drink and tapa. It's also a good place for people… Continue reading Plaza de Bib-Rambla

Spain’s most enchanting city

I originally visited Granada, Spain with little insight except for what I found on Wikipedia. While I've had the opportunity to visit multiple times since my first visit, I still frequently seek new reading material on this city while dreaming of it from abroad. Here, I wanted to document my visits in hopes to share… Continue reading Spain’s most enchanting city