Reviews on Wine Bar food in Estepona, Province of Malaga, Spain. Estepona (Spanish pronunciation: [esteˈpona]) is a town and municipality in the comarca of the Costa del Sol, southern Spain. It is located in the province of Málaga, part of the autonomous community of Andalusia. Its district covers an area of 137 square kilometers in a fertile valley crossed by small streams and a mountainous areas dominated by the Sierra Bermeja, which reaches an elevation of 1,449 m at the peak of Los Reales.
Things to do in Estepona
4 based on 206 reviews
A craft beer pub and coffee shop, serving locally brewed and other spanish artisan beers. Constantly adding to our beer menu. We fell in love with Estepona when we came here from Dublin and want to support the best of local produce and suppliers and so we
Had a great visit to Siopa earlier this month. This place specialises in beers and gin and has a fascinating gin menu. We shared a cheese and meat platter for 16 euros and it was absolutely excellent. Can highly recommend.
4 based on 1700 reviews
The best Wine-Bar in La Costa del Sol. We offer tapas and pinchos to go with over 70 wines by the glass. Located in the most charming house of Estepona city centre.
Ducked in a little side road of this cute village, we had really nice tapas. The menu is quite varied and includes not just the typical tapas you can find everywhere. Loved the tuna.Booking recommended, particularly if you want to sit outside
4 based on 111 reviews
A lovely bar used mainly by locals. A lovely atmosphere. Excellent wine and really good tapas. It's not flashy or "in your face". More understated class.
5 based on 37 reviews
Darcy's is a unique kind of delicatessen where you can find local products, cheeses, Award winning olive oil, local craft beers, chocolate from Mijas and wines. We also can source products. Saturdays at Darcy's is "Dia de la Tapa" ( tapas day ) where each
We happened into Darcy's for a drink and stayed for the delicious little tapas, conversation and ambience. Jessica and Andres run a sweet little place here. Jessica loves sharing her knowledge of local wines and cheeses, and Andres whips up lovely little tidbits like dried tuna or anchovies on bread. He also plays a mean blues air guitar with an impish twinkle in his eye. We thoroughly enjoyed tasting different wines, cavas and cheeses, and the price was more than reasonable.
4 based on 347 reviews
Spanish cuisine specializing in Iberian products and large selection of wines
Lovely restaurant in old town Estepona with outside dining allowing to enjoy the old town atmosphere. I am traveling with my 10 year old son and we wanted to just have a small plate and drinks. Gambas pil pil and Berenjenas Gratindas ( aubergins with cheese and tomato topping ) . A few glasses of wine with sodas and topped off with a delicious chocolate brownie and coffee. All served with a smile and professional service from a polite waiter who spoke good English. A most enjoyable experience for our first night in the town.
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