Flamenco dancing and dinner

by Susan
(Marbella)

Flamenco Dancing and dinner


Looking for a Great Dinner and with Flamenco Dancer(s) for Friday Feb 10th.

Having a real hard time finding a this venue on a Friday, only because it is when I have company visiting.

Can someone help me ?

By the way I LOVE this website, everyone has been a HUGE help :)

Thank you
Susan

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Dec 08, 2015
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WARNING - RIPOFF DRINKS PRICES!!!
by: Anonymous

WARNING : Beware of the major tourist ripoff drink prices at this venue!!! They don't advertise it anywhere or tell you beforehand but all additional drinks are 10 EUROS each, this is for any drink including a small 250ml beer which would normally cost around 1 euro!!! It can make for a very nasty surprise at the end of the night ...

Jan 30, 2012
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El Castillo flamenco show
by: Lynda

There is El Castillo (I think that's what it's called) on the A-7 between Estepona and Sabinillas - opposite side of the road to Com. Buenos Noches. We haven't been there but they advertise a lot locally and have really good value dinner with Flamenco offers on Saturday nights.

Jan 28, 2012
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Flamenco show and dinner
by: Marbella Family

Usually you can find flamenco dinner shows in many restaurants and hotels on the Costa del Sol in summer, however they all seem to go quiet in the winter.

The restaurant Vino Mio in Malaga has a flamenco show with dinner. Based on the comments on their page, they seem to have shows in winter time as well. Give them a call or send them an email to see if the shows are still running and at what time.

We usually take our guests to Tablao Flamenco Ana Maria in Old Town Marbella, but it is a bar, not restaurant, so you will have to eat beforehand. The good thing is that the historical district of Marbella has plenty of restaurants to choose from, so you can eat nearby the flamenco show and show up after dinner. The shows usually start at around 11pm or even after midnight in the summer, but maybe in the winter they start a bit earlier.

The Tablao Flamenco de Ana Maria in Marbella is located at Plaza del Santo Cristo, 4-5. You can contact them at 952 82 31 07 / 667 38 49 46. They are open everyday except Sundays and Mondays, so your Friday night should be just fine. In the summer, however, you should make a reservation, because it fills up quickly.

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