Noviembre is one of the most stylish restaurants in the city and a favored spot for breakfast for tourists and locals alike. Its stylish design yet unpretentious atmosphere continue to attract a mixed crowd from the young and trendy to students and professionals. The restaurant offers a wide range of vegetarian options and organic products. Additionally you can take your pick from numerous smoothies or juices to accompany your sumptuous breakfast. Noviembre is one of the hippest cafés in Malaga, and the delicious scents of steaming coffee and bread will have your mouth watering in no time.
Noviembre, Calle Álamos, 18, 29008 Málaga, Spain,+34 952 22 26 54
Casa Aranda is situated in the city center and is renowned for its excellent churros con chocolate. The authentic cafe is often filled with locals enjoying coffees and one of Casa Aranda’s many breakfasts or afternoon snacks. The place looks back on a long history and additionally features an outdoor terrace where you can enjoy the warm summer days.
Casa Aranda, Herrería del Rey, 3 Calle Alhóndiga, 1 Calle, Calle Santos, 6, 29005 Málaga, Spain, +34 952 22 28 12
Galopain de Paris is a great place for pastries and croissants. This bakery is located a few minutes from the scenic harbor and offers freshly baked goods on a daily basis. Additionally the cafe serves a selection of cooked breakfasts, strong coffee and fresh juices. The French owners have created a truly charming place in which visitors can while away the morning hours or take a break after a walk along the magnificent harbor.
Galopain de Pain, Calle Maestranza, 2, 29016 Málaga, Spain, +34 952 22 33 59
This dynamic cafe is situated right on the bustling Plaza de la Merced and tends to see a lively crowd throughout the day. It is one of the best places to enjoy a refreshing drink and people watch. The interior reflects the owner’s Belgian roots and creates a laid-back flair.
Café Calle de Bruselas, Plaza de la Merced, 16, 29012 Málaga, Spain, +34 952 60 39 48
Cafe Central is an historic institution in Malaga and dates back as far as the 19th century. As well as breakfast, lunch and dinner the vibrant restaurant serves traditional Spanish tapas. Whether you are looking for churros con chocolate, bocadillos, or other treats, Cafe Central offers a good selection of breakfast options which are best enjoyed on its outdoor terrace while taking in the surroundings.
Café Central, Plaza de la Constitución, 11, 29015 Málaga, Spain, +34 952 22 49 72
Cafe de Autor is one of the preferred meeting places of Malaga’s young and trendy. Located only minutes away from the famous Picasso museum, visitors can take their pick from various breakfast options. In addition to pancakes, pies, waffles and cakes this place serves delicious sandwiches and alcoholic beverages too. The walls are often filled with paintings and photographs by local artists.
Café de Auto, Calle Méndez Núñez, 9, 29008 Málaga, Spain, +34 952 21 65 38
El Ultimo Mono Juice & Coffee is a great place for a fresh smoothie. Cozy armchairs invite you to lean back and let the day pass you by as you enjoy a hearty and healthy breakfast.
El Ultimo Mono, Calle Sta. María, 9, 29015 Málaga, Spain, +34 951 39 29 76
This quirky cafe offers one of the most unique settings in the city with colorful bikes hanging from the ceiling. The friendly staff prepares an outstanding breakfast and offers numerous vegan and vegetarian options too. With its mix between bicycle shop and restaurant, Recyclo attracts a well-humored crowd and continues to thrive in Malaga‘s bustling culinary scene. If you are looking to experience ais ideal for a healthy breakfast in a more eclectic setting.
Recyclo Bike Cafe, Av. Juan Sebastián Elcano, 50, 29017 Málaga, Spain, +34 952 29 73 24