The brunch craze has taken Europe by storm, and Granada is no exception!
When the weekend rolls around, there’s nothing we love more than enjoying a laid-back brunch with friends. And when you’re visiting a new city, it’s even more well deserved! Take a break from sightseeing one morning and indulge in a leisurely breakfast or brunch in Granada. These are just a few of our favorite spots!
La Platea Centro
Scrambled eggs, mimosas, crispy fried bacon…our mouths are watering just thinking about the brunch menu at La Platea Centro! A local favorite for years, they began serving brunch every Sunday in 2014 and have since become a reference for brunch in Granada. The menu takes its inspiration from New York style brunches, and portions are generous enough that you’ll be full for hours. This is the place to be if you want to start your lazy Sunday on the most delicious note possible!
Note: La Platea Centro serves brunch by reservation only, so be sure to contact them ahead of time!
Address: Calle Ángel Ganivet, 6
The passionate team at Loft Cafe is dedicated to serving homemade Mediterranean cuisine using only the finest, freshest ingredients. This philosophy holds true for brunch, too, which they serve from 11 a.m. until 2 p.m. every day. With eight different brunch plates to choose from, they truly have something for everyone! Each option comes with your choice of coffee, tea, hot chocolate, soda, beer or wine. This modern, relaxing cafe tucked away in the Albayzín easily makes our short list for the best brunch in Granada.
Address: Calle San Antón, 6
Home to traditional Andalusian flavors with modern flair and some of the best tortillas de patatas in the city, Restaurante Carmela has won over the hearts (and tastebuds!) of thousands of locals and visitors alike. It’s no surprise, then, that they also serve some of the best brunch in Granada! This family-run locale, along with sister restaurant La Cuchara de Carmela (Paseo de los Basilios, 1), serves up an easily customizable selection of brunch options. Despite having been around for decades, they recognize that the culture of the city has changed with the modern times, and they’ve done an excellent job of keeping up.
Address: Calle Colcha, 13
Cafe 4 Gatos
Cafe 4 Gatos prides itself on being much more than just a cafe. It’s a gathering place where friends and strangers alike come together to enjoy internationally inspired food and some of the best coffee in town. With funky artwork adorning the walls and the pleasant sounds of jazz music coming over the speakers, it’s one of the hippest places to enjoy brunch in Granada. Go with one of their breakfast specials or treat yourself to a sinfully delicious homemade pastry. Grab a seat in the cozy interior or out on the lovely terrace and enjoy the good vibes.
Address: Plaza Cruz Verde, 6
Rustic decor meets modern charm at Cafe Baraka, where brunch is made to be shared. They offer two tasty brunch menus, each with two drinks, two yogurts, and enough food for you and a friend to split. Their pancakes are said to be the best in town and taste especially delicious when washed down with a fresh fruit smoothie. With great wifi and an inviting atmosphere where even leashed pets are welcome, this lovely little spot is easily one of our favorite places to enjoy brunch in Granada!
Address: Calle San Jerónimo, 24
Make a day of foodie fun: brunch in the morning, and an evening tapas crawl later on! Take your tapas game to the next level when you join us on our Tapas Like a Local: Ultimate Granada Tapas Tour. You’ll do more than just eat delicious food—you’ll learn the history and cultural significance behind every bite. And when all is said and done, you’ll have all the knowledge you need to brave even the most crowded tapas bar on your own!
Life is too short to speak one language and stay in one place. In 2015, this philosophy took her from familiar Ohio to sunny southern Spain. Usually drinking tinto de verano, reading Lorca, or attempting to dance flamenco (not all at once). Follow her blog, Viatic Couture, for more.