Now run by the Alvarez brothers (Dany the chef and Jorge the maître d’), this old-fashioned favorite sits on a tiny street near the cathedral. So modest is the entrance that you might hear a guitarist playing a Manuel de Falla tune before you find the door. But Restaurante Sevilla has been Granada’s see-and-be-seen venue since the 1930s, when de Falla and poet Federico García Lorca used to eat here. The staff pushes the gazpacho, but we suggest the Andalucían lamb with mountain herbs, cordero a la pastoril. In season, make reservations.