Looking for some Casabermeja pubs and bars where you can spend the rest of the day (until the wee hours) with your friends? You’ll find many of them in town. Some of them are even the same places where you usually dine in.
Restaurante El Puerto - Wonder whether you can find fresh seafood in a pueblo blanco like this? Despite being far from the sea, El Puerto makes sure they only serve fresh and great tasting fried fish, thin clams, shrimp, and lobsters coupled with a bottle of Albariño. You can find this place in the northern part of town, along Paseo Puerto De La Horca. (phone: 952 758 077)
Bar Restaurante Alba - This resto bar is also found along Paseo Puerto De La Horca. Before you start drinking, you might want to stuff your stomach with their mouth-watering tapas and steak. You can find Bar Alba at the corner of Puerto de la Horca, right beside the Heladeria Mont Blanc Cafeteria/Pizzeria. (phone: 952 758 232)
La Romana - Another bar that can be found along the same street. They serve breakfast and lunch here. (phone: 952 758 318).
Casa Caña - For a taste of exotic pig trotters and snouts, locally known as callos, head to the center of town, along Calle Real. Look for the fork on the road. Right in front of Coviran, you’ll find this cafe/bar. (phone: 952 758 404)
Nearly all pubs and bars in Casabermeja serve bite-sized finger-foods known as tapas. They go well with your favorite alcoholic or non-alcoholic beverage. One way to enjoy tapas is by pairing each kind of tapa with a certain kind of beverage. When you move on to the next tapa, move on to the next beverage as well.
The best way to do this is by bar-hopping. In which case, you may have one pair of drink and tapas for every bar you hop into. Unlike in the big Spanish cities, there are still some establishments here that serve drinks with free tapas.
Normally, people go to the bars not earlier than 11 PM. The peak hour is usually at around 3 AM, slowly tapering down until 6 AM.