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Slow Barcelona

Slow Barcelona

Sophisticated partygoers flock to this swanky bar/club in Eixample to enjoy a dizzying array of gin and tonics – all the rage right now in Catalonia – and both classic and original cocktails, served with flair and expertise.... Read More

Sala Razzmatazz

Sala Razzmatazz

One of the city’s foremost live music venues, Sala Razzmatazz hosts regular big-name concerts throughout the weeks. However the venue is yet more famous for being one of the city’s wildest clubs, with five rooms each dedicated to a... Read More

Row14

Row14

The nearest thing Barcelona has to an Ibiza-style superclub, you’ll have to take the bus/taxi to join 1,000 other hedonists raving ’til sunrise on El Row’s terrazza every weekend (and even longer during its legendary Sunday after... Read More

Ocaña

Ocaña

Placa Reial is renowned for its cheesy late-night venues, but this iconic square finally got a venue worth dropping by for in Ocaña. The stripped wooden beams, spider-leg chandeliers and floor-to-ceiling windows mark out the ground... Read More

Nevermind

Nevermind

This skater-dive bar is grungy in both senses of the word, from the graffitied and gloomy interior to the soundtrack of Pearl Jam, Soundgarden and Nirvana. A band T-shirt, neck tattoo and Wolverine-esque sideburns will help you fit in.... Read More

Marmalade

Marmalade

This louche, low-lit lounge in Raval brings a fun mix of locals and expats together to sample house cocktails like “Bling Bling”, “Barca Breeze” and “Pornstar Martini” (the latter is made from vodka, Passoa liqueur, passion... Read More

Ice Barcelona

Ice Barcelona

With temperatures hovering between -5oC and -10oC, this is not a bar to linger in. However, if you’re looking to cool down after a sun-worshipping session on Barceloneta beach, or warm up before a night out on the Port Olimpic, it’s... Read More

Eclipse Bar

Eclipse Bar

Situated on the 26th floor of the iconic sail-shaped W-Hotel at the end of Barceloneta beach, Eclipse is the premier see-and-be-seen joint in the city. The interior is swish but you’re much more likely to find yourself gawping at a)... Read More

La Cigale

La Cigale

The district of Gracia is famous for its Bohemian nature and many of the city’s more arty expats choose to live here. La Cigale captures the spirit of the barri with its flea-market furniture, kitsch artwork and bookshelves groaning... Read More

Casa Almirall

Casa Almirall

Rumours of the imminent closure of the legendary Marsella Bar continue to circle, but absinthe lovers can take solace in the fact that this equally charismatic venue on Joaquim Costa is still alive and well. Opened in 1860, its marble... Read More

Big Bang

Big Bang

Located on one of Raval’s sketchiest back streets, but worth the heart palpitations in finding it, Big Bang showcases live jazz, rhythm and blues and rock virtually every night (Tuesday to Sunday) around 10.30pm-11pm in its back room... Read More

Belushi’s

Belushi’s

With a huge sports screen, a menu of pub grub and lots of ill-advised drinking promos, Belushi’s feels like a much cooler version of an Irish bar... certainly the tattooed-and-heavily pierced hipsters of Barcelona seem to think so.... Read More


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