Manifesto Loves – Eatin’ Banus
Summer in Marbella brings with it many exciting evening entertainment options – with our current favourite being the Food festival in Puerto Banús, Eatin’ Banús!
The team at Manifesto simply can’t get enough of the summer food festival, which is conveniently located across from the El Corte Inglés car park in the heart of Puerto Banús.
Here the central bar makes for the perfect meeting place, where you can enjoy a wide selection of beverages including local beers and the renowned Spanish favourite Tinto de verano.
Wooden picnic benches fill the venue, which is decorated with magical fairy lights that set the scene for a romantic date night or a fun filled evening with friends and family.
Creative food trucks serving gourmet delights from many different countries including Spain, Argentina, Mexico, Columbia and Venezuela surround the arena, making it possible to indulge in small nibbles from every stall or a enjoy a full meal from your country of choice.
The family friendly venue also features a children’s play area, which includes entertainment in the form of Disney characters such as Bell from Beauty and the Beast – helping to keep the kids entertained, while the adults enjoy the live music! Catering to every music taste here you will find a selection of local and international blues and rock bands, and cover groups playing tribute to the likes of Rod Steward, Mike Vernon and Abba.
Eatin’ Banús food festival is open from 7pm – 2.00am every day until the 3rd September!
The Location: Conveniently located in the centre of Puerto Banús close to all public parking and within walking distance to the bus stop and taxi ranks.
The Food: We highly recommend the cheese fingers from Venezuela and the curry burger from the gourmet burger stand; we also enjoyed the Thai sandwich from the Lebanese truck.
Something special: The ambience – the enchanting picnic setting makes for an alternate evening out in Puerto Banús; the music, food and atmosphere create a special setting in which to enjoy a memorable summer night.
Images courtesy of Eatin’ Banus