Where to eat. Tapas in A Coruña
The oldest settlement in A Coruña is what is nowadays called the “Old City”, an area that houses monuments dating from before the 19th century. The stillness of these stone streets make the area a perfect place to go for a walk.
Orillamar street, Monte Alto neighbourhood and de La Torre street are currently going through a boom and period of development, aided by the an important offers and demands in property property in the area among other things.
Praza de España (Spain Square) is without a doubt one of the most emblematic areas of A Coruña and the nerve centre of the high area of the city.
Panadeiras street joins the high part of the city with the centre, linking with San Andrés street and Orzán street. The latter forms part of what is the best nightlife district in A Coruña: O Orzán.
They are the key streets for tapas in A Coruña, also known as the Pescadería district and where the most establishments are concentrated.
Nearer the newer part of the city these two streets complete the traditional wine drinking route in A Coruña.
The market a Praza de Lugo (Lugo square) is one of the most frequented of the city for the quality of its fish and seafood. In the streets that surround it are some of the new establishments of A Coruña's new era in cuisine.
Around these two squares is also an important area of tapas in the city. In the middle the Ensanche district. It's an important commercial and business area with a lot offices, but also catering establishments.
Praza de Catro Camiños is where some of the most important arteries in the city meet and also the place where Deportivo fans reunite to celebrate the victories of the local football club.
Nearly neighbouring the business district of Agrela is the popular neighbourhood of Ventorrillo, an area with an important population concentration.
This area saw a renewal a few years ago with the construction of the shopping centre Los Rosales and the lenghthening of the beach promenade..
Os Castros and Monelos are two of the traditional neighbourhoods in a Coruña where all types of businesses and catering establishments can be found with predominated by wine bars, octopus restaurants and traditional Galician eateries.
This is one of the youngest and most commercial neighbourhoods in the city. Its main inhabitatants are couples and young married couples, in an area that is in a continuous boom.