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Al Fresco Malaga

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Last October, we discovered al fresco dining in the Southern City of Malaga, Spain, where the weather was warm and sunny and the birthplace of one of the World's greatest artist, Pablo Picasso. 
There were many tapas to choose from and of course, we could not resist the Seafood Paella and the cantaloupe with Jamon Serrano. 
One of the numerous Restaurants open for al fresco Dining around Malaga.
Since Malaga is in the Southern part of Spain and one of its major ports, fresh Seafood is abundant around the city. A perfect combination here of  fried seafood and Spanish beer. We also tried the Suckling pig which is a speciality food in Spain. 
 Potato salad to go with our Fried Seafood.
El Pimpi Restaurante in Malaga offering Al Fresco dining and choice of local Malaga Beer. The weather was like Summer there in October that locals and tourists were in shorts and t-shirts fashion only. 
Another area offering more Al fresco Dining. Isnt' this the life? Living in a warm and sunny City in the middle of Fall, enjoying Al Fresco Dining, drinking the local Wine or Beer and eating Seafood fresh from the Mediterranean Sea and the Atlantic Ocean nearby. 
Just gotta love it! 

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33 comments

  1. great pics...Love photography posts....keep uploading :)))


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  2. Malaga looks like a nice place ! :) Great pictures!

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  3. Hi Pamela! I just want to travel now!:) What a place! The restaurant must be good, the dishes look so yummy! you could love also my place in Sardinia, sun and good food!:) Kisses dear, have a great day! Hope in TO weather is nice!

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    1. Lilli, I would love to visit Sardinia and Corsica too. Those are one of my Dream places to visit.

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  4. The seafood paella looks delicious especially on that beautiful yellow plate! We try to go somewhere warm and sunny in October - a real treat to be able to eat and drink outside. I haven't been to Malaga for a good few years but it's somewhere I would love to return.
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    1. Malaga is a beautiful City to return to. I would love to go back but this time for the Beaches near the City.

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  5. The food looks delicious! And the weather seems to be incredible!

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    1. We couldn't believe ourselves that the weather was so warm. The food there was delicious.

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  6. I've never been to Malaga but I LOVE al fresco dining and your photos make me wish I were somewhere warmer!

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    1. Al Fresco dining is my favourite too especially in a warm climate.

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  7. You always get me with the beautiful shots of food! Yum!

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    1. Thanks Connie. I am learning and improving to photograph food shots. Food porn is what they call it.

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  8. The food looks delicious, love Malaga!!!
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    Carola

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  9. Wonderful photos Pamela, I can practically tatse that fried seafood. We have friends that live a little further south in Mijas whom we hope to visit this spring. I will be sure to stop in Malaga for some Cantaloupe and serrano ham at El pimpi!

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    1. Ummm yummy. I hope you visit Southern Spain in the Spring. We met some British retirees living over there in Ronda. They love it there in Malaga. Thanks Paul.

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  10. What a beautiful place! All that food makes me hungry. We have an ice cream here in Italy called Malaga...it's made with rum and raisins, it's just so delicious!

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    1. Francesca, I would love to try the Malaga ice cream when I come across it in Italy.

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  11. I want to go in Malaga too!!
    xoxo

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  12. Oh my!!! This place looks soooo adorable! And the food really yummy :)

    xoxo

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  13. Pam,
    I'd love to get there someday. What a lovely place. I agree with you that warm Falls are so nice. :)
    Your pictures and trips are always my favorites.

    Have a great weekend!
    xx
    Kim

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    1. I can't believe Kim that weather in Malaga was so warm and sunny. We enjoyed it. Thanks Kim.

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  14. The food looks delicious and the place looks gorgeous.
    Haley www.instyleforless.org

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  15. i loved dining outside when I was in europe last summer.

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    Anu

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  16. It's so adorable! Amazing food and place!
    kisses)

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  17. malaga es preciosa!bonito post.visita mi blog siempre que quieras! ;)

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  18. mmm everything looks so good and fresh! I like that first photo a lot

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