Deep in Leon's atmospheric Old Town, near the Basilica of San Isidoro, you'll find the Mexican restaurant Mongogo. The decor is a bit peculiar as its walls are covered entirely with paintings made from horror movie posters. The red walls and the cannibalistic touch (the side of the bar is made from imitation zebra skin) make this a little bit of a different spot from the other venues around the area.
The Grand Café is one of the most traditional cafes of León. It's in the pedestrian zone called "romantic district", near the church of San Isidoro and the Cathedral. Although it opened its doors in 1990, it's inspired by a coffee from the early 20th century, with wooden chairs, tables with iron frame and marble countertop, indirect lighting wall lamps, wall paintings and pictures on the walls. The hotel is attached to the Music Cafe Program, created by the Junta de Castilla y León for the development of musical culture. This has a small stage where concerts and musical performances and comedians perform. It usually take place on Thursdays at 10:30pm and are either free or you'll be chaged a very small entry fee. You can ask for all kinds of coffees, teas, soft drinks and alcoholic beverages. It's open every day from 4:00pm to 4:00am. Upstairs you'll find the Marinarojo restaurant, where dinner shows are organized for groups and particularly hen nights.