29 Mar 2018


Tucked away in a corner alleyway, this hidden gem really gives you the feel of being a local.

The bar as been in this side street since 1920, when it was a wine despacho, becoming Taberna La Goleta in 1952.

The current owner Manuel Navarro, whose nickname is Cateca, hence the new name, took over around five years ago.

It is fairly small inside and always seems popular day and night, when it is packed to the brim with plenty of people standing outside drinking and enjoying the Sevilla nightlife. 

The main thing here is, the large range of sherries of all types.

They also have a gr...

7 Feb 2018

La Venencia is like stepping back in time into an Andalusian sherry bar from the 1920/30’s. The bar has a great history to it (it is believed anti Franco supporters used to meet here during the Spanish civil war).

It is doubtful the place has changed much over the years. The unassuming sign above the door. The dusty old sherry bottles behind the bar & the vintage posters on the walls gives the place great character. 

This refreshingly non modernised, quirky old  bar only serves sherry. You will see very old smoke stained walls and casks of various types of sherry from where they will fill unlabelled bottles. The menu...

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