With or without a show, Alhambar can be enjoyed alone or with friends, from Thursday to Saturday.

Formerly the foyer of a 1920s theater, classified as part of Geneva’s cultural heritage, the Alhambar is a place conducive to deep conversations. On the menu are dishes meant for sharing: crispy fries (7.-), feta and mint cigars (18.-), or mini Cajun burgers (27.-). It’s yummy.

Whether you lean left or right, only the extremes are not welcome.

A few bubbles (from Deutz, obviously, Karine’s favorite) and the conversation flows freely between those who have managed to read Proust and those whose brain froze in the fourth volume of “In Search of Lost Time” with its paragraph of over 800 words.


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