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Street Guide

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The Bite

El Burladero Tapas y Tintos

Located in the Gran Meliá Colón, it fuses classic Spanish tapas with Michelin-rated chef Dani Garcia's avant-garde liquid nitrogen cooking. Try the cherry gazpacho with cheese snow.

Calle de Canalejas 1; +34-954-50-55-99

Egafia Oriza

Situated in the conservatory of a restored mansion next to the Alcázar gardens, it retains an oldworld ambience that captures the city's spirit and is a favorite of Sevillanos for its wide variety of dishes, from foie gras to wild boar and a number of pescatarian delights.

Calle San Fernando 41; +34-954-22-72-54, RestauranteOriza.com

The Groove

Itaca

While this gay club's decor leaves something to be desired, its thrice-weekly parties pack in the hot Andalusian locals. Stick around for the 2 a.m. curtain call with the city's finest drag acts, like Angelita. Just don't mention the Macarena.

Calle Amor de Dios 31; +34-954-90-77-33

Hércules Mitico

This hole-in-the-wall dance bar in the heart of the city's thriving gay strip, La Alameda de Hércules, is tinted with classic Spanish decor- Damascus wallpaper and sultry red lights- perfect for dancing to hard techno beats.

Calle Alameda de Hércules 93; +34-954-37-59-92

The Bed

Gran Mellá Colón

The crown jewel of Seville's hotels dates back to the 13th century- when it served as a convent- and honors its deeply rooted history in the city's bullfighting tradition. …

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