At the cafetería, the cocktail bar and Plácido y Grata’s shop you will find many and varied delicious products to treat your palate without even leaving the premises of the hotel.
8:00 May the feast begin! Since the day breaks at the hotel, with the sunlight entering through the latticework in the patio, and flooding all the rooms with a warm and pleasant light, Plácido y Grata’s cafeteria starts serving many different breakfast options.
The intoxicating aroma of Nomad Coffee’s specialty coffee floods the room, merging with the sweet scents from the breads and pastries by Pablo Conesa Alternative Bakery. There are plenty of sweet and savory options to choose from, from croissants or cinnamon rolls to a wide variety of toasts ranging from classic flavors to the most sophisticated ones, seasoned with cheese made with raw goat’s milk from Seville’s Sierra Norte and fig jam by Mare Nostrum.
And of course, they also serve eggs and omelets, prepared with free-range eggs. There are other options such as granola or açai bowls and refreshing assorted fruit juices.
Plácido y Grata’s Cafeteria is open until 7 p.m., so you could also go for a snack and relax in a cozy environment, sipping on a flat white until the early evening.
Plácido y Grata’s Cocktail Bar is open from 4-11 p.m.
Just behind the patio bordered by columns, we will find a place to enjoy a delicious drink. Their extensive beverages menu includes wines and beers and, of course, their signature cocktails. You will find old-time classics such as a refreshing Dry Martini or a Mule with a basil twist, as well as other creations made with local spirits, such as Silencio, a cocktail prepared with “amontillado” wine among other liquors, or the original PX Expresso Martini, washed down with a few drops of Nectar PX, a sweet wine made with Pedro Ximenez grapes.
Plácido y Grata’s shop offers a carefully selected assortment of oils, coffees, wines, cheeses, jams and chocolate. They are open from 12-4 p.m. and from 8-11 p.m. In addition to the store, this is also a good place to stop by to enjoy an aperitif and even stay for lunch, or maybe meet later for an intimate dinner.
On the menu, there are starters, main courses and delicious artisan desserts: Mare Nostrum cheese boards or sausages, low temperature beef cheek cooked in its juices, octopus leg, duck cannelloni with foie gras, and to end on a sweet note, delicious homemade pies and torrijas.
On the wine list you can find local juices from the area such as Tío Pepe, oloroso or Palo Cortado, along with sparkling, white and red wines with appellations of origin from different places in the Iberian peninsula.