Granada's nightlife attraction on calle La Calzada would be dullsville
without music. There is music for dancing, drinking, eating, and singing. There is cabaret,
jazz, disco, R&B, techno, pop, country, bluegrass, hip-hop, and salsa. Or sometimes,
it's just a singer and her guitar, singing love songs. As Bob Marley is quoted to have said:
"One good thing about music, when it hits you, you feel no pain." The spirit of Marley lives
on in the nightlife of Granada.
Restaurante-Hospedaje La Casa Blanca
This family-oriented Nicaraguan owned restaurant, located on calle La
Calzada at a five minute walk from Parque Central and Lake Nicaragua offers you the most
scrumptious, appetizing finger licking and mouthwatering local and international cuisine.
Bar-Restaurante El Centralito
One of the most popular spots in town for live DJ music, eating drinkin and
making new friends in a safe and enjoyable atmospher.
Cafe Nuit on Calle La Libertad is one of Granada's liveliest
nightspots and a great opportunity to shake off any reservations and swing your hips to live
salsa and merengue.
El Club on Calle La Libertad and Avenida Barricada Granada is young,
trendy, and cool. A well-appointed disco bar up front leads to a designer style courtyard of
pebbled walkways, backlit palm trees, and purposely worn furniture.
Zoom Bar on La Calzada, 3 blocks from Parque Colon claims to be
Granada's only real pub and is a good place to go for huge burgers and sports.
For more down-at-the-heel discos, you need to go to the Complejo Turistico
Cocibolca, near the waterfront. Here there is a strip of bars and nightclubs, the best of
which are Pantera and Cesars. Be warned however, this part of town at night is
for the young, adventurous, and even foolish. If you do fancy seeing this part of town, make
sure you get a taxi back as the walk into the city is through a notoriously crime-ridden