Bar Lobito de Mar

Bar Lobito de Mar
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Lobito de Mar is an urban beach bar, but a beach bar without a beach, a fun bar. A good old-fashioned restaurant with traditional menu where the produce is the most important feature. A place where the rice chef and the brochette specialist are an essential part of the team.

The tapas bar is one of the key features of the design based on the chef's finest memories. Of those Saturday mornings when he used to go with his parents to the market buy fresh seafood, down on the beach in Pozuelo at dawn pulling the nets in with his father, and the first brochettes he tried.

Back to the origins.

Popular, reasonably priced and inspired in traditional cuisine and the produce that reminds Dani of his childhood.

Two separate areas, the bar and the tables, with two different menus: one for tapas and informal snacks to suit all tastes and purses, and the other, more formal, based on local seafood and shell-fish, Andalusian fried dishes, brochettes, tuna-based dishes and a wide variety of rice dishes in the Alicante style.

A really fun place.

The 800m2 premises home to Lobito de Mar are one of the icons of the town with El Portalón. The décor is by the prestigious study of Lázaro Rosa, who was also responsible for the decoration of BIBO Madrid.

The sea is ever-present in every nook and cranny, loved by everyone and where you'll always discover something new if you look carefully. The high, white ceilings provide a bright atmosphere for the large bar, the high and low tables, all in a venue featuring plants and a fish tank.

From Monday to Sunday from 1 to 11 p.m

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Bar Lobito de Mar
Avenida Bulevar Principe Alfonso De Hohenlohe, 178, 29602
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Services and infrastructure

  • Accessible for handicapped
  • Private lounges

Target audiences

For families, Friends, Couples, young people, I travel alone, Professional, Seniors, deal, Lgbti

Segments

Gastronomy

Specialties

Shellfish, Fish, Cocina tradicional, Wines, Parrilla, Rice dishes

Types of cuisine

Andalusian cuisine

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