Totes Granada - Restaurant Cafe Bar
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Restaurant Bar Cafe Granada Andalucia
Bar Cafe Restaurant Granada Spain Andalusia

Totes y amigos is a welcoming and cosy bar, cafeteria, restaurant, situated in the historic city of Granada, Andalusia, Southern Spain.

Totes is centrally situated in a pedestrian street alongside the River Genil, between El Corte Inglés and the Palacio del Congresso, close to Hotel Reina Mora, Hotel Carmen, Hotel Saray and Hotel San Antón.

We offer a beautifully planted open aspect terrace with views of the ancient bridge la puenta de Genil, Barranco de Abagado and Paseo del Violón across the river.

Totes y amigos offers a smoke free, comfortable place to relax and enjoy good value for money homemade food, tapas, snacks, main meals, beer, wine and spirits, all in a friendly atmosphere, unique to Granada.


20:00 - Late
20:00 - Late
20:00 - Late
20:00 - Late
20:00 - Late
20:00 - Late

The interior design of the cafeteria and terrace was inspired by the Majorelle Gardens, Marrakesh, Morocco, the former home of French fashion designer Yves Saint Laurent. On the terrace there are plants that grow in the Majorelle Gardens, such as bamboo, jasmine and bougainvillea.

Granada has an enviable situation, just 45 minutes to the ski resort of the Sierra Nevada and 50 minutes to the beach. Many Tourists arrive at Granada airport or come from Malaga area to visit this cultural city with the Majestic Alhambra Palace once a Moorish stronghold.

Students from Granada University or language schools meet inside the bar for intercambio (language exchange between English and Spanish) three times a week, every Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday from 8.30pm onwards.

The café is owner and run by an English woman, Totes, a former garden designer. She is assisted by the friends she has made since moving to Granada, hence the name Totes y amigos.

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Totes y amigos is featured in GranadaInsider magazine. See our article here.