Scarletta’s in calle Cristo is now closed for the winter, reopening in February 2015. Joanny, in calle Frigiliana, is closed for holidays until December 1st 2014 and Casa Bueno in calle Cristo now has a ‘for rent’ sign on the premises.
Málaga Council is planning to convene a ‘more serious’ meeting with bar and restaurant owners in the centre of the city to convey an ultimatum relating to the occupancy of public thoroughfares, noise levels and general cleanliness.
La Tertulia at the junction of calle Antonio Millón and calle Chaparil has now become Da Tino.
The Al Istanbul restaurant halfway up calle Cristo has gone and is now Crepe Bréton, Bar Caeli in calle Rodrigues Acosta is closed and is in the process of being refurbished, work is going on in the former Rafiki’s Bar in calle Fray Junipero Serra and L’Essence in calle Los Huertos has closed after only a relatively short time in existence.
La Loca Carmela (formerly Bar Alameda)in calle Jaén, Nerja, has closed after a very short existence. A quick recap on some of the bars and restaurants which have disappeared during the past six months or so in case any are on your list of former favourites.
Pata Negra in Plaza La Marina, Nerja, is currently undergoing an extensive interior renovation, Pequeña Cibeles in calle Cristo is up for sale, although still open, the Coach and Horses, which reopens at the beginning of March, is looking for a chef and the Ichibata teppanyaki restaurant in calle Cristo should be opening fairly soon.
Restaurant Aguamarina, on the left of Made in Itali in calle Mérida, Nerja, didn’t last very long and has closed. To the right of Made in Itali, the Fish House has gone and the Oasis de Marrakesh has opened in its place.
The former Zacatecas on the ground floor of Edificio Coronado in calle Los Huertos is now For You and is open from 18:00.
The Italian restaurant +39, formerly on the Plaza Balcón de Europa, has moved to calle Málaga, next to Lan Sang.. Its place on the Plaza Balcón de Europa has been taken by the Italian restaurant La Fuente.
The Asador Dos Hermanos in calle Cristo is now the Pequeña Cibeles, while down on calle Carabeo, the former Carabeo Cafe has become Bakus.