I love this place. I come here every time I'm in Granada (a couple of times a year) and find it reliably good. The interior space is quite cozy, there isn't much space between the tables but it's never too loud or uncomfortable (they have a terrace during the summer months that is also very nice). The selection of wines is good -- the waiters aren't particularly literate but they know enough to give customers good advice. The only flaw, in my opinion, is their tapas (free snacks served when you order a drink): in a city where bars compete to offer the best or the biggest or the most original tapa, at La Brujidera you usually get a piece of bread with some cheese or some olives, or a small portion of Spanish omelette. Still, this is a place that I would recommend if you're looking for a place to spend some time with friends while sipping good local wine.
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