As you probably already know, I was in Andalucia for Semana Santa, which means a lot of beautiful music, a lot of blocked off streets, and a lot of excitement. I realized I've been slacking on the food photos, so I will try to insert some relevant ones here. There was a lot of bacalao frito in our diet, as well as tinto de verano. Upon arriving to one eatery in Sevilla, I noticed this woman had what seemed like a really refreshing, iced red drink before her. I assumed it was cranberry juice until I saw two other ladies with the same beverage. I figured that unless UTI's are rampant in the South of Spain, this must be the hot drink to order so I asked the waitor what it was and he informed me it was tinto de verano, basically a poor man's sangria (but the preferred drink to sangria by the locals) made with red wine and carbonated lemonade or 7-up. That's basically all I drank from that moment onwards.
Per Motek's recommendation, we had breakfast at La Campana:
A true highlight from Sevilla, the three cheese salad! This is what I call a Holy Trinity:
We spent many a night at La Carboneria, my favorite and most nearby bar with the best live music and flamenco. They had one large beer garden type space with a more intimate, IMHO quite magical, room next door. I genuinely miss this place: