The bar with a variety of spellings - "Wetherspoon's", "Wethespoon's", "Witherspoon's", etc. Even I don't know which is the correct one.
There is even some mention on the Internet that it's been renamed "Rock Cafe", but I can't vouch for that as being accurate.
Anyway, this is a bar situated round the back of the Starco complex and, I have to admit, details of it are a little sketchy.
Apparently, it has been recently refurbished, receiving a very stylish makeover, with a modern ambience.
Also notable about it (unusual, I suppose, in central Las Americas) is the very cheap price of its drinks.
It may be open during the day. If you're in the vicinity within daylight hours, why not check it out. As well as the cheap drinks, there may be food on offer.
I apologise for the vague details, so far, but now we come onto the nightly entertainment, which, after all, is what this section of my site is all about.
Every night of the week, there is the appearence of the bar's resident four-piece band, "Prozac Nation".
Consisting of legendary Tenerife entertainer Billy McCracken on keyboard and lead guitar (often at the same time), Jason Lee on lead vocals and rhythm guitar, Ket on drums and Carlos on bass, they could be described as an "indie band".
Their chosen genre of music features covers from the likes of the Kooks, Razorlight, Kaiser Chiefs and Snow Patrol. You get the picture?
Prozac Nation play very late in the evening. Not kicking off until after midnight (usually around 12:30), they play on till the early hours.
A great place to go to finish the night watching some quality, totally live music.
To find the bar, get yourself to the Starco complex and walk down the left-hand side of it, past Lineker's Bar. There's a small street off to the right at the back of Starco and the bar is just along there, next door to Yates's.
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