Despite its size and its distance from the provincial capital, there are still a good number of Pizarra pubs and bars. So after a long day, don't go straight to bed. Drive around town to discover where the excitement is.
When you find a bar, don't stay long (Unless you're planning to be in town for more than a few days). Instead, sample a few drinks, enjoy the entertainment for no more than an hour, then move on. Yes, I'm talking about bar-hopping.
Bar-hopping is ideal if you'll only be in town for a couple of nights. That way, you can check out a good number of establishments in just one night. Ready? Here are a few pubs and bars to start with.
Right in the heart of town, along Calle Lealted, you'll find Tabarrito. You can start here. Have a few drinks then proceed to Bar Milord along Calle de las Autonomias. That's about a block away, southward.
Next, head south again, along Avenida de la Constitucion. There you'll find Disco-Pub Junco. If you like to dance, then you may want to stay a little bit longer here before you either wrap up your night or move on to other bars.
Other places you might want to check out: Bar Tape Chilla, El Titi, Bar Hunters, and Roma. Aside from the usual alcoholic beverages, many of these establishments serve a wide variety of appetizers/snacks known as tapas.
Some of these tapas go well with gin, rhum, wine, or whisky, but we like them best with ice cold beer. See if they have shrimp fritters, spiced clams, stuffed tomato tapas, spicy sausage and cheese tortilla, gildas, prawn croquetas, empanadas, or boquerones en escabeche. These are our personal favourites.
If, for some reason, none of the Pizarra pubs and bars we recommended suit your tastes, you can always drive north to Alora where you can find more establishments that can quench your alcoholic thirsts. Malaga, the provincial capital is still over 30 km away, so we don't recommend you consider driving there an option ... unless of course you decide to spend the night there instead.