I have spent this past weekend in Baeza with some friends and we discovered the Tavern Archdeacon and Ramon, everything was great, all good products, good wine quality - price along this same line, a good discovery, all three nights we went there for dinner as our fixed location, at 9 at night we were at the door to get a table it is a small place, few tables and is always filled. It's a tavern for lunch or dinner based tapas, all rations oeuvres and abundant, do not want to highlight any, all good and putting the lid with each drink, Ramón is very effective, fast and collaborator, somewhere you remains in the memory to return. I advise anyone not to leave without knowing Baeza.
In the area of the arcades of the Plaza of the Constitution of Baeza we stumbled upon this great restaurant. We liked it mainly because of the clientele that were in there (one of the clues to identify them in this case is that in their hand they had the typical glass with snails ...), the next were filled with tourists, it was very "touristy", etc.. They offer an excellent value menu and excellent service.
The Taberna El Pájaro Restaurant is certainly one of the best places to eat that I've found in Baeza, compared to the five most famous ones from all of the travel guides. The food here is of excellent quality, but it's not cheap. Good service. Professional. I recommend it to everyone.
This place has an ornate decor and a very special atmosphere. It is the perfect place to enjoy a drink after dinner and is also very centrally located. They have live music performances but apart from that is a a very original place. Highly recommended.
In my opinion, this is the best place to eat in Jaen. It has some spectacular meat, which melts in your mouth. It is obvious that the meat is very fresh. Highly recommended. The place is extremely nice and welcoming. There are other great places in Jaén but I think this is the best. For me it has everything you want at a good restaurant.
The Restaurant Juanito offers services in the Hotel which has the same name as the city of Baeza. It offers traditional Andalusian cuisine and has a large number of traditional dishes such as pickled partridge, fried kid, pork loin, artichokes with biscuits and porridge and cream are among the desserts on offer. It has a capacity for 120 people.
Taking a walk around Baeza I came across the Museo de la Tapa, and I was surprised by the variety of tapas there are to choose from as you have your beer or soda. You have to choose between more than 50 tapas. I thought it was the perfect place to start the night right. Highly recommended.
Menu deal and a la carte: the menu has only 2 plates and you don´t know until you sit down. If you like to order things individually they will give you a snack with your beer. The service is good and the food acceptable, nothing else. I don´t recommend it.
The good weather is coming. Nights are more pleasant under the starlight, specially from this open air restaurant, and what a sky!, surrounded by the charm of the centuries, and with an excellent cuisine and service. In Baeza you can eat well, but eating here is even better.
The best thing to do in Baeza in the afternoons and evenings is go to a cozy place like this with two different areas, a dance floor, karaoke, big screen football games, foosball, darts, and, most importantly there's free wifi there. You won't even have to think about it.