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La Manga Nightlife

La Manga's nightlife is as varied and extensive as its sports and leisure activities. After the sun goes down you won't need to leave the resort to enjoy great food and entertainment until the small hours.

Whether you want Spanish tapas, international cuisine or a good old British pub, you'll find it all here.

Most of the restaurants offer special kids' meals for under 12s. Luigi's, Spike's and Uncle Sam's are children's favourites (see below). If you're staying in the Hyatt Hotel, a baby sitting service is available so you can enjoy a romantic (and quiet!) dinner for two.

The management of La Manga Club can also provide a baby sitting service in your self catering villa or apartment.

All the following venues are available on site for guests of La Manga Club:

  • LUIGI'S: An Italian "pasta and pizza" restaurant
  • ANDALE'S: Mexican food and drinks with a great atmosphere (find it alongside the tennis centre)
  • UNCLE SAM'S: Family style American diner
  • LA CALA (at the beach cove) : A beautiful, secluded spot overlooking the beach and the Mediterranean. Good for seafood
  • AMAPOLA: The Hyatt Hotel's elegant (and expensive) restaurant offering excellent Mediterranean and international cuisine. Dine al fresco overlooking the 18th green of the South Course
  • MULLIGANS: La Manga's very own "local" offering draft beers in traditional pub surroundings
  • MR CHAN'S: Good Chinese restaurant at Las Lomas
  • WEST COURSE BAR: For an early evening drink or snack after your game (open till 7pm)
  • LA RUSTICANA: On the road to the west course. Great meals and service
  • ASIA: Located in Las Sabinas. Excellent quality Asian cuisine
  • THE LAST DROP: Located in La Plaza. A very English venue with fry ups, traditional English food and a late bar
  • LA FINCA: Good quality international cuisine (find it behind the Bureau de Change)
  • DON QUIJOTE: International cuisine and great barbecue in high season (also behind the Bureau de Change)
  • CASA VICTOR: Local and International food (at Bellaluz)
  • EL BISTRO: Good for Spanish tapas. Often has happy hour (Bellaluz)
  • TOM'S PIZZA: Pizza to eat in or take away (Bellaluz)
  • SPORTSMAN: English pub with pool and darts. Often has happy hour (Bellaluz)

For after dinner entertainment there's Yesterday's disco (aimed largely at teenagers) and the Hyatt Hotel where you can listen to live music, enjoy a cocktail in the piano bar or take a chance in the casino. Spike's Jazz Bar has live dance music six nights a week and international snack style food (Mexican, Chinese, Spanish Tapas and the inevitable burgers).

The lavish casino, with a Roman and Carthaginian theme to reflect the region's history, has 40 slot machines and 20 gaming tables for blackjack, poker and roulette. It also has a lounge area, tapas bar and regular live entertainment.