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ZZ Pub

ZZ Pub

This unpretentious downtown spot has been offering rock, funk and jazz sounds for a decade or more. Music tends to be live – local blues acts, or Lenny Kravitz or ZZ Top tribute bands – at the start of the week, switching to... Read More

Zeppelin Rock Bar

Zeppelin Rock Bar

Open from 11pm to silly o’clock in the morning, this stalwart haunt of the rock-and-leather fraternity has managed to maintain its character in Malaga’s main bar hub when so many have bowed to trendification. A motorbike mounted on... Read More

Weekend

Weekend

In a square lined with cafés and bars, in the shadow of the house where Picasso was born, Weekend is perhaps the liveliest option. A likeness of Elvis and promising cocktail board usher you into a dark interior that gets absolutely... Read More

Vive Le Rock

Vive Le Rock

This popular, foreigner-friendly spot sits near a number of other downtown bars and clubs around Plaza Uncibay. It runs from 11pm Thursday to Saturday, offering affordable drinks, table football and a complete range of mainly... Read More

La Vidriera

La Vidriera

The USP of this popular downtown spot is the beer taps that feature on every table. This is a pour-your-own place, unique for Malaga, in which football is also broadcast on a large, flat-screen TV, thus providing the perfect night for a... Read More

Trifásico

Trifásico

Along a narrow downtown street choc-a-block with bars, the Trifásico manages to beat off the considerable competition on its doorstep by offering a long list of decent cocktails at affordable prices. Throw in a little live music,... Read More

Sala Molière

Sala Molière

Part of the Molière Group that also includes the Sol Beach Club in Torremolinos, this 800-capacity club near the original Molière Café is a lively, flashy, popular nightspot that opens after midnight at weekends, 5pm on Sundays. Live... Read More

Puerta Oscura

Puerta Oscura

Right in the Old Town, between the seafront and bar-lined Plaza Uncibay, this slightly upscale lounge bar attracts a regular clientele thanks to its cheap but well concocted cocktails. It can get busy of a Friday evening, when people... Read More

Opium

Opium

Part of a four-venue nightspot group that also includes the Gold, Wengé and Club Atlantic, Opium is a mainstream dance venue that runs until 3.30am all week. Although it’s pretty small – as any establishment in and around the... Read More

O’Neill’s

O’Neill’s

Partner to sister operations in Madrid and Seville, this sport-focused Irish pub keeps the atmosphere buzzing through the week thanks to cheap drinks promotions Monday through Friday. The recipe is otherwise the standard one of... Read More

Morrissey’s

Morrissey’s

Nothing to do with The Smiths singer but the biggest and probably most popular of Malaga’s many Irish pubs. Expats and locals pack the wooden interior on big match nights or for equally popular beer promotions. Quiz nights, Trivial... Read More

Mojito Café

Mojito Café

Northwest of the city centre, in an area called Los Castillejos, this chic Latin-influenced spot attracts customers from far and wide thanks to its quality cocktails, large-screen TV football and weekly salsa classes. Late opening hours... Read More

Miss Noruega

Miss Noruega

This self-styled gastro bar is a welcome recent arrival to Malaga’s nightlife scene. Offering affordable food (little frikatellen hamburgers, German-style sausages with sauerkraut) in contemporary, stylish surroundings, “Miss... Read More

Malacca del Mar

Malacca del Mar

One of two relaxed cocktail spots along the seafront Calle Pacifico – the other is the nearby Malacca Pacific. The fruity house concoction of Malacca (rum, coconut, pineapple, banana, orange) can be enjoyed as DJs spin at weekends,... Read More

La Farándula

La Farándula

Created as a multi-purpose venue for nightlife and entertainment just before Christmas 2008, La Farándula is mainly a discotheque that puts on themed nights as often as possible, all year round. For bigger events, admission is... Read More

Discoteca Andén

Discoteca Andén

Anyone who has spent any time in Malaga has had a night out at the long-established Andén, a dance spot that practically launched this downtown hub as the city’s after-hours vortex. Opened way back in 1988 and operating from 1am on... Read More

El Casino

El Casino

Slightly classier bar/nightspot to the many set in the shadow of Malaga’s Alcazaba, El Casino is the kind of place where a young professional might take an equally well-heeled colleague on a first date. Cocktails are well mixed,... Read More

Calle de Bruselas

Calle de Bruselas

On one of Malaga’s busiest bar squares, “Brussels Street” was one of the first places in town to offer Belgian beers. Although St Louis Kriek, Wittekerke Wit and Westmalle Tripel are all available by the bottle, this is... Read More

La Botellita

La Botellita

One of two downtown branches of this pan-Spanish chain, the “Little Bottle” was established right here by local university students here who saw a market in bars that offered drinks in miniature sizes. This first outlet opened in... Read More

Bodega Bar El Pimpi

Bodega Bar El Pimpi

It’s been here forever, this barrel-lined old bodega, whose generations of past guests have left chalked-up messages on its walls. Bullfighters, painters, writers, local hero Antonio Banderas, they’ve all drunk here –... Read More


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