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Office of wine since 1925, is the most ancient Tabanco Jerez, a typical and unique place to taste wine and chat with friends. Visit our Museum. We sell bulk wine to go. COME AND ENJOY THE AUTHENTIC FLAMENCO JEREZ, with free shows every da
Suggested duration: 1-2 hours
Calle Santa Maria 8, 11402 Jerez De La Frontera, Spain
Tiny, character filled and packed with tourists and locals to watch the incredible flamenco show. Must book one of the 6 tiny tables well in advance. We booked months ahead via their website on email. The tapas is the best we’ve found in our 3weeks...More
Tiny authentic sherry and flamenco bar. If you arrive late and can't see the 2 metre squared stage you will probably be able to see the performance in a mirror. Sherry from the barrel. Some people eating tapas, limited choice but looked good. The bar...More
Nice authentic sherry bar. Watched a Flamco performance with "Iván de Manuela Carpio" (Sept. 26th) which was really great, passionate, artistic! Free entrance and reasonable prices for drinks and tapas!
I reserved a table and watched the 2pm performance. I enjoyed eating tapas (artichokes delicious) and drinking a cerveza and sherry.
The performance was really amazing. It lasted less than 1 hour, with a midway break. They performers are totally natural and authentic. The dancing...More
A pleasant way to spend an hour or so on a hot evening in Jerez. The Spanish singing is a matter of taste, as is the Flamenco dancing, but the atmosphere and the sherries could not be faulted. We didn't eat at Tabanco El Pasaje...More
Unlike the previous reviewer we had a fantastic night. Packed with locals and tourists cheek to cheek all having a fantastic time. Flamenco was moody atmospheric and held the room. Barman attentive and the recommended Oloroso superb. Next time give us a ring bring the...More
The Memsahib and I went here on the pretext that we were going to enjoy some Flamenco.
Now Flamenco I would imagine, and I am no expert; has a variety of styles and culture. Unfortunately we thought that there would be dancing etc. and although...More