Costumes at the ready! Joining the string of San Juan ‘restaurant road’ establishments hosting Halloween soirees this year is Nagai. They’ll be kicking off at the early hour of 4pm, starting with a kids corner and including a make-up artist for those spooky special effects, followed by a surprise DJ line-up and more, in collaboration with Fantasia and Rewind.
Hip Vara de Rey meeting point La Cava launches its new winter concept just in time to coincide with Halloween… even more reason to celebrate! Get dressed up in your spookiest costume and head to the cosy haven to try the new Trio Tapa plates, check out the renovations, try the new wine and cocktail list, warm up with hot chocolate or hearty soups – the perfect place to meet your crew and start your evening of trick or treating adventures!
A long Sunday lunch session complete with live music and stunning views over the harbour of San Antonio? Don’t mind if we do, thankyouverymuch Villa Mercedes! Don’t forget, Villa Mercedes is still open seven days a week, with the famous three course menu del dia available from 1pm until 4pm for just 15€.
Start with breakfast, stay for lunch and then linger all the way until the sun sinks into the sea – is there any reason you shouldn’t spend the entire day at Mint Lounge, on the San Antonio sunset strip? With a new daytime menu and front row seats of one of the most beautiful views in the world, it’s about time this little quiet achiever on the seafront had her turn to shine!
Legendary Ibiza restaurant El Clodenis remains open throughout the autumn and winter season, and as the evenings get chillier up on that famous hill in San Rafael, it’s all the more reason to enjoy a romantic dinner in the intimate, candlelit restaurant space indoors. Sample the famous El Clodenis French Provencal and Mediterranean fare, including classic dishes that have been on the menu for almost 25 years!
There’s only a few days left until Guarana Salinas Beach Club packs up for the season (it’s 38th season to be precise!) so be sure to book your table to ensure one last taste of that mouth-watering Mediterranean menu with an international twist. Salinas at this time of year is simply stunning to observe, and the raised deck at Guarana is quite literally the perfect viewing platform.
It’s the stuff Ibiza legends are made of… except that it’s already an Ibiza legend in its own right of course! Santa Eulalia restaurant Sandy’s invites Ibiza’s talented community of musicians and singers to share the stage every Wednesday night with an open mike music night from 9pm. In its previous hey day, you may have spotted Freddie Mercury, Errol Flynn or Laurence Olivier treading the boards… as for today? Well, you’ll have to check it out for yourself to see who the stars are!
Another of our favourite all-year-round seaside restaurants is La Escollera, perched on the edge of Es Cavallet. Open every day for lunch, dine on a sun-drenched terrace, with panoramic views of the Mediterranean stretched out before you while indulging in the famous home-style Mediterranean menu. Our suggestions? You can’t go past the house specialty, lobster paella or the John Dory baked in sea salt… meals fit for a king!
Whether for breakfast, lunch or dinner daily, Café Sidney has new daily suggestions from the chef, and from Monday to Saturday between 1pm and 4pm, you can combine three courses for just 13.50€. After dark, it’s cocktail hour with the specially priced cocktail of the day just 7.50€ and music from resident DJs. Such a beautiful spot to sit and watch the sky change colours over Dalt Vila as the sun goes down every night.
Can you think of anything better than a long, indulgent seafood lunch by the sea on a Monday? We can’t, which is why rustic Cala Jondal restaurant Yemanja is on our speed dials. Open 365 days a year and serving up the island’s very best paella and sangria de cava (not to mention an entire impressivle Mediterranean restaurant and extensive wine list too), it also boasts one of the world’s best views – fact!