Guía de Isora has announced that the municipality’s annual wine and tapas route – Tapeando Isora – starts today, the tenth time the event has been held. It will run until 7 December, and as before, the ruta will be limited to Thursdays, Fridays, and Saturdays. On these days, tapas with an accompanying drink will be on offer for €2.50 at the participating establishments which are detailed below and on the map at the bottom (please click to see full size):

Bar Central; Tasca 1900 (Guía de Isora); La Era Bar Parrilla (Piedra Hincada); Brasas de Chirche (Chirche); Cafetería Vanessa (Tejina); Food Avenue 6 (Alcalá); Restaurante Muelle Viejo (Alcalá); El Tejadico (Playa San Juan); Heladería Cafetería Artesanal Ópera (Playa San Juan); Bar Alí Baba (Playa San Juan); Rest.Chiringuito Chinyero 2 (Playa San Juan); La Venta de San Juan (Playa San Juan); La Taberna del Puerto (Playa San Juan); Panier (Playa San Juan); Pinchomanía (Playa San Juan); Cafetería Puesta de Sol (Playa San Juan); BI-BO (Playa San Juan); Dieta Mediterránea (Playa San Juan); Pizzería Ayoze (Playa San Juan); La Martelika (Playa San Juan); Vinoteca (Playa San Juan).

This tapas route is now getting a real name for itself, and marking Guía de Isora out as a centre of gastronomy in Tenerife. As usual, those following the ruta will be able to enter a prize draw by getting their card stamped by the participating establishments and voting for their favourite – cards are available from all participating bars and restaurants, and municipal tourism offices. Top prize is a night for two at the Hotel Rural El Navío, second and third prizes are respectively a visit to the eco-finca La Calabacera, and a basket of local produce.

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