Located near Puerta de Elvira and Plaza del Triunfo, Velázquez serves traditional Arab-Andalusian cuisine within the cozy confines of its bodega and restaurant. The wood-beamed ceilings, landscape paintings, and its beautiful rose-marbled bar give a taste of 19th-century Granada, when Romanticism and tourism began to flourish in the city. Adding to this atmosphere is the attentive and discreet service of the wait staff, who are dressed in black waistcoats and ties. In keeping with the standards of its founder, the Gastronomic Society of Andalusia, the food quality of Velázquez is comparable to more expensive venues in Granada. A few of their signature dishes are baked lamb with honey glaze, braised monkfish medallions, and pâté of pheasant liver.
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