SEVILLE Gay Friendly Restaurants 2021

Many consider tapas to be Spain’s national food. In reality, these shareable snack-size (or larger) bites first originated in Andalusia’s taverns and were often served with sherry or wine. Today, local cuisine varies, though you’d be hard-pressed to find a typical restaurant without a few tapas on the menu.

El Gallinero de Sandra

El Gallinero de Sandra should be booked in advance! Highly recommended.

Blossom Restaurant Seville

Blossom offers delicious tapas and menu options right in the heart of the gay district.

Our guide to dining out in Lisbon

Those seeking some authentic tapas should begin their search in the Triana district, across the Guadalquivir river that once separated the aristocrats from the poor and working classes. Near the riverbank, the traditional Triana Market  is a lovely, covered space where some vendors sell fruit, vegetables, meat and fish, their stalls marked with bright ceramic tiles, while others sell coffee, fancy pastries or souvenir posters and lacy fans.

Start by admiring the azulejo tiles and vintage bullfight posters at Casa Cuesta, in operation since 1880. Try a tinto de verano, a fizzy red-wine-based drink, while sampling pork-cheek stew, an Arab-influenced spinach and chickpea casserole, or fried eggplant fingers drizzled with dark cane-sugar syrup.

Move on up the road to the original outpost of Las Golondrinas for a glass of Cruzcampo pilsner and a dish of grilled mushrooms with parsley aioli, or a slab of sizzling hot, salt-flaked pork loin on bread that soaks up the juices. For something more modern check out the sleeker Tipico for dry white sherry and traditional dishes presented in fresh ways, including an olive oil and potato salad with tuna and diced red onion.

Cafe Bar Levíes is a great option for a late night tapas crawl, Cafe Bar Levíes serves food until they close at 1 a.m. The tapas at this no-frills bar have a more unique flair than most traditional places, making it the perfect choice for late-night diners on the prowl for something different. It’s constantly packed with locals and their staff is exceedingly professional and friendly no matter what time of day you stop by. This is one of the best restaurants open late in Seville

  • Something Sweet?

    For a souvenir that weighs next to nothing, try Inés Rosales Tortas de Aceite. These crisp, sugar-dusted wafers from the Seville region are made with olive oil and come in flavors like orange, cinnamon or anise and sesame. A package of six runs about 2.5 euros at the brand’s shop a few minutes’ walk north of the cathedral.

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Our recommended restaurants in SEVILLE

Our editors have spent the past year researching the best places to eat! Here are our recommendations.

Blossom Restaurant Seville


a very nice surprise, very good food
Casa Carmen Restaurant Seville

Casa Carmen

Casa Carmen Seville surprises with the extraordinary flavor of all its dishes
El Gallinero de Sandra Restaurant Seville

El Gallinero de Sandra

El Gallinero de Sandra Restaurant Seville Mediterranean cuisine
Mamá Bistro Restaurant Seville

Mamá Bistro

Inspired by the three great cuisines of the old continent
Manolo León Restaurant seville

Manolo León

This restaurant is in a beautiful Sevillian house on 3 levels
La Sal Restaurant Seville

La Sal

La Sal Restaurant Seville is a hidden gem we found it by accident

Map of SEVILLE Gay Friendly Restaurants

Our restaurant recommendations are dotted all around the city and are worth the journey.


Where to stay in SEVILLE?

Our top Seville hotels are in or close to the impressive Old Town and Seville’s three UNESCO world heritage sites. The nearby streets are home to great designer stores, tapas restaurants, cafes and bars. Hotels in this area are within easy reach of Seville’s gay nightlife in and around Alameda de Hércules.

EME Catedral Hotel

Luxury and Location!

Directly opposite the famed Gothic Seville Cathedral, the EME Catedral Hotel is a luxe whitewashed hotel with sixty rooms, four restaurants, event rooms, terrace, and spa. Rooms feature exposed sinks, in-room tubs, or upgrade to their bespoke suite . Check rates.

H10 Corregidor

Highly Recommended – Great Location

Tucked down a narrow alley in central Seville, this quaint hotel near all of the top gay Seville attractions, offers refined rooms – many with balconies – overlooking the interior colorful courtyard, outfitted with a fountain and neoclassical statues. Check Rates.

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