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Start your night at one of the numerous main bar hubs in Plaza de la Constitucion or Calle Larios. A good choice is Terraza Larios, where you can enjoy a sherry on the roof terrace until the bar closes around 1am.
Then it’s time to move on to the clubs: Discoteca Andén, near Plaza de Uncibay, has a reputation as one of the city’s best clubs.
There’s also Liceo, a converted mansion in Calle Beatas that switches between traditional flamenco performances during the week and raucous house music from Thursday to Sunday.
If hard-core clubbing isn’t your thing, try the intimate El Jardin in Calle Cañón, a bar and restaurant where attentive diners watch as live piano music accompanies vibrant flamenco performances.
Alternatively, visit the Theatro Club in Calle Lazcano. It features an eclectic roster of cabaret, comedy, live music and – yep, you guessed it – flamenco.
Fill your belly before hitting those city tiles. We have a few suggestions for dining delights on our eating out in Malaga page.