cafe de paris tenerife
Right at the bottom of Patch, to the left, overlooking the sea, you'll find this huge Spanish bar. Though it is definitely out-and-out Spanish, with regard to its waiting staff and food, etc, it still, as far as I know, features British-style entertainment.
I had dealings with this bar on several occasions when trying to find work. It has a strange arrangement, seeming to be two bars in one. There is the main part, accessed from the seafront side, leading to a cavernous interior. Then, on the side nearer Patch, there seems to be another, little bar, with its own small terrace, but still, in a strange way, part of the main bar.
As far as I know, this bar is open through the day and serves food. They probably offer English, or British-style dishes, but, as is usually the case in Spanish bars, all these have a definite Spanish influence.
Regarding live entertainment, back in my day, the bar employed a resident musician who performed most nights (the late lamented Ian Rockliffe once held this post). Nowadays, it appears that different acts appear nightly and the only one I am reasonably certain of is the three-piece band "Aftershock" (two guitars & drums plus vocals), who play there every Saturday.
If you want a spacious bar with a terrace affording fine views of the ocean, plus quality entertainment, why not give it a try?
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