Bar in barcelona: From Local Dives to Rooftops and Cocktail Lounges

The 13 Best Cocktail Bars in Barcelona ~ by a local drinker!

Who’s causing a stir on the scene?

By Duncan Rhodes

Quick Menu

The Best Bars:

1. Slow Barcelona

2. La Whiskeria

3. Boadas

4. Milk

5. Clubhaus

6. El Museo

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Beer drinkers and wine lovers for most of their history, the Catalans were slow to embrace the delights of spirits – and the art of mixing them together. However in recent years cocktails have been coming to the fore, with a rush of bars and lounges opening up around Barcelona, serving a vast and tasty array of concoctions to excite the most discerning of palates.

This being Spain, where the precise measuring of alcohol is considered uncouth, drinks are mixed as strong as you like, so be warned before you set off on that epic bar crawl or order one too many mojitos with your dinner.

The art of mixology

Below is by no means an exhaustive list, but it features some of my favourite cocktail bars in the city. And, this being Barcelona, there’s plenty of differing styles on offer. From upscale lobbies in 5-star hotels, where you can mingle with polite company, to homely haunts around the Old Town where your well-mixed Margarita comes with eulogies about Barça FC and worn-out sofas… the Catalan capital has the perfect sipping spot for you.

Mojitos and caipirinhas are the people’s choice, but you’ll be able to find anything from ‘Porn Star Martinis’ to ‘Panther’s Milk’… whilst a new generation of ambitious mixologists are being celebrated for their innovative libations.

When it comes to the cocktails themselves, mojitos and caipirinhas are the people’s choice, but shop around and you’ll be able to find anything from ‘Porn Star Martinis’ to ‘Panther’s Milk’ on the drinks menu, whilst a new generation of ambitious mixologists are being celebrated for their innovative libations. This being Cava country you’ll also find some sinfully sparkling Champagne cocktails!

Recommended Cocktail Bars

You can find 13 of my favourite places to wet the whistle below. If you click on their names you will find a more detailed review, photos, website link and individual location.

1. Slow Cocktail Bar & Boîte

For a classy cocktail experience it’s hard to beat a night at Slow, where celebrated bartender Fran Mekk performs liquid alchemy as he rustles together some of the most mouthwatering concoctions in town. Try their Capitan Barbarroja or Spiced Margarita, or perhaps a Shilin, Baobob or Mojave from their new “A Forest” menu, inspired by natural habitats around the world. The bar is located in the Zona Alta, and as such is patronised by a well-dressed Catalan crowd, who meet and chat in the front bar earlier on in the evening; while later at night Slow’s intimate upstairs disco rocks to an eclectic mix of dancefloor-friendly tracks. There’s also live music every Friday and Saturday night from 9:30pm. A great option if you want to experience a more authentic slice of Barcelona’s nightlife, outside of the touristy old town.

Signature Cocktail: Mojave (from the A Forest menu)

Mezcal Koch El Maguey Espadín, homemade liquor of bee pollen, orange juice, currants, sea asparagus and crunchy homemade chocolate with orange and turmeric. €14.

2. La Whiskeria

This elegant salon is as moody and sophisticated as the most cultured of the 1000+ whiskey blends it stocks behind its long, polished bar. All of the venue’s stylish furnishings have been procured and restored from antique markets, making this modern venue feel timeless; while rooms full of fainting couches and chaise-longues have a certain seductive appeal. Naturally, the house specialties are whiskey cocktails and a selected menu includes the Old Fashioned, the Java Boulevardier (coffee-infused Macallan 12, Makers Mark bourbon, Cacchi-Torino vermouth and Campari), the Eden Sour and the Derby Tropical (Jack Daniels single barrel, lime, pineapple, curaçao, and bitters). If whiskey isn’t your poison, you can also select one of their other concoctions, like Eastern Bubbles, a zesty, Japanese style gin’n’tonic.

Signature Cocktail: Eden Sour

Toki Japanese whiskey, melon liqueur, apple, lemon and soda water. €12.

3. Boadas

A perfectly preserved slice of the 1930s, this legendary watering hole is the oldest cocteleria not just in the city – but in the country! Founded by the eponymous Boadas after he returned from mixing Cuba Libre’s in the world famous La Floridita in Havana. If you like your Martinis mixed by a tuxedo-wearing pro be sure to sidle through their red door on La Rambla. More info on their website.

4. Milk Barcelona

This 1950s-styled bar and bistro has won a place in the heart of many a visitor to Barcelona, many of whom return a second time for another shot at the venue’s tantalising drinks menu: the Revolver and Whiskey Savage are two editorial faves. You can find Milk tucked away on the edge of El Gotico, just near the Post Office. If you’re feeling hungover the next day, they are also one of the city’s best brunch spots.

Signature Cocktail: La Leche (Expresso Martini)

Smirnoff Vodka, Baileys, Kahlua, expresso. €8.50.

5. Clubhaus

Clubhaus is effectively three venues rolled into one, starting with bar and restaurant Showroom on the ground floor and then descending into Jungle Room, a play room full of adult toys like karaoke, ping pong and arcade games, before you’re invited to end your night in the club-like Galaxy Room. You can find different cocktail menus at each step of your way through nightlife nirvana, such as the For Tiki’s Sake, made with Santa Teresa rum and green tea sake and served in a Polynesian-style pot with flowers and fronds, or an IPA Mule, served down in the Jungle Room… a classic take on the Moscow Mule with IPA Lagunitas and spiced pumpkin.

Signature Cocktail: For Tiki’s Sake

Santa Teresa rum, green tea sake, Martini Rubino, orgeat, pineapple, passionfruit lassi. €10.

6. El Museo Cocktail Bar

If you have a nostalgia for the 20th century, then step into this elegant drinking den that resembles a gentleman’s drinking den crossed with a prohibition-era jazz bar from times past. With its pendulum clocks, gramophones, racing green leather armchairs and gilt-edged mirrors, could there be a more on brand place to settle down with an Old Fashioned cocktail? Located on a charming back street in Raval, El Museo is close enough to Las Ramblas to be convenient, and yet hidden enough to avoid the madding crowds.

Signature Cocktail: Saturn

Tanqueray 10 Gin, Golden Falernum, passion fruit, salted almond, citrics and bitters. €12.

7. Dr. Stravinsky

I was pretty upset when the unassuming Czech bar that once occupied this location closed; however I soon got over my disappointment when I stepped into the same space reimagined as a kind of 19th century botanical lab, full of interconnecting tubes, flasks and funnels. The name is lifted from a fictional psychiatrist from the magic realist novel The Master & Margarita, and there’s certainly something devilish and fantastical about the cocktails here, that are as tempting as they are original. Plants feature heavily in the creative process and don’t be surprised if your drink comes served in a flower vase.

8. Firebug

Buzzing onto the booze’n’schmooze scene in recent years, Firebug is a cute bar and bistro with some great decorative touches (like the mural made of decapitated suitcases) and expertly mixed drinks, mostly generously priced around the €6-9 mark. Their street terrace on the broad and leafy Passeig Sant Joan (recently voted 2nd best street in the world by Time Out!) is a lovely space to sip a Cava sangria, and a refreshing change from the charismatic but clogged streets of the Old Town. Upstairs, you can enjoy casual fingerfood with friends.

Signature Cocktail: Diaveletta

José Cuervo Especial, Passoa, tabasco, ginger ale, homemade ginger syrup and fresh lime juice. €6.25.

9. Paradiso

Barcelona’s worst kept secret, Paradiso is a ‘speakeasy’ that every Catalan grandma knows about by now and is popular with ‘experience’-craving tourists in particular. Despite the overwhelming hype, being regularly voted as one of the world’s best bars doesn’t happen by accident, and if you’re willing to brave the queues that lead through the fridge door of the pastrami joint that its hidden behind, then you’re likely to enjoy the creativity of this cave-like cocteleria.

10. Mariposa Negra

Taking its name from a mythical black butterfly that features in the superb novel Marina by Carlos Ruiz Zafon (author of The Shadow of the Wind), this bar has quickly cemented itself a legendary status of its own. For a start, it’s the only bar to use a 3D printer to print it’s own ceramic glasses! Pretty neat, while the bar has a large terrace on a picturesque Plaça de les Olles, to go with its fantasy-themed interior. If you find yourself in an overly long queue for Paradiso, I’d advise popping around the corner to Mariposa Negra instead…

11. Rouge Cocktail Club

It’s hard to beat this hidden gem in Poble Sec, if it’s atmosphere you’re after. Red lights, cherubs, erotic artwork – you’ll feel like you’re in a Parisian bordello. The drinks ain’t bad either, and there’s a large menu of gin and tonics. The occasional live DJ or band drops by, from time to time, usually flagged on their Instagram account.

12. Gigi Von Tapas

For sophisticated sipping, outside of touristville, commandeer a stool at this bar-restaurant’s elegant counter and ogle at the house’s extensive drinks menu. Signature cocktails go by the names of el torero, bumblebee, sheikh le beet, 2001: Space Odyssey, and Pep Dali, while you can also order a fine selection of the classics, like Penicillin, Sidecar and Dark & Stormy. All are reasonably priced, as is the quality tapas if you do decide to stay for dinner.

Signature Cocktail: El Torero

EL Jimador Silver tequila, Punt e Mes red vermouth, passion fruit puree, agave syrup, lime juice and egg white. €7.25.

13. Pipa Club

This one-time, secret, after-hours bar for round-the-clock drinkers (yes, I was a regular) has cleaned up its act in recent years to become a private cocktail club. In fact, it’s relatively easy to get in, especially if you speak a bit of castellano. Just ring the buzzer, ascend and expect to be seated and served. Opens at 10pm each night and closes at 5am.

14. Sugar Bar

A classic stop off point just round the back of Plaza Real, Sugar is perfect for drinking quality concoctions, like mojitos and White Russians, on the cheap – amongst similarly inebriated backpackers on leave from their hostels. Grungy but fun!

Cocktail Experiences & Activities

Cocktail Masterclass & Tapas

Perhaps you’ve watched one too many 80s movies featuring Tom Cruise, or perhaps you’ve simply always wanted to know how to mix a mean-@ss Margarita without spilling ice all over the table top… whatever your motivation a session with one of Barcelona’s finest mixologists is an activity that always goes down a treat. For just €45 you learn how to mix four famous cocktails, while nibbling on some top Spanish tapas (to prevent you from keeling over). The activity takes place at a bar downtown, every Sunday to Thursday at 7pm. Click on the link above, or request more info via [email protected].

Learn how to do it yourself!

Private Cocktail Making Class

If you’re on a hen weekend, this group activity is a great way to start any night out! For just 30 euros per person (based on a minimum of 8 people) you get to learn how to make some of the world’s classic cocktails and of course taste them afterwards – you’ll drink your money’s worth back no problems! Click on the link above for more info, or email [email protected] to book.

Barcelona Cocktail Bars Map

About the Author

Duncan established Barcelona Life in 2009, whilst freelancing for the likes of Conde Nast, The Guardian, Easyjet Magazine, CNN Traveller and many more. From interviews with Ferran Adria to revealing the secrets of the city’s poetry brothels, he knows the city inside out… and shares all his best tips right here.

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Ice Barcelona

When the weather outside is scorching, there’s only one place in town cooler than your hotel’s …

La Whiskeria

“Always carry a flagon of whisky in case of snakebite, and furthermore, always carry a small …


A smooth sipping stop from the people that brought you Milk, Firebug is a bar, bistro and …


There are lots of good bars in Barcelona…. but very few great ones. Which is why …

El Museo Cocktail Bar

This sumptuous drinking den was originally opened by the owners of the legendary Boadas bar, way …

CocoVail Beer Hall

What happens when two Catalan friends return home to Barcelona after an extended period studying and …

Gigi Von Tapas

If you’re looking for a cosy place to hang out and sip a leisurely cocktail, far …

Belushi’s Bar

In a city abounding in intimate, cosy and charismatic bars (where ‘intimate’ and ‘cosy’ are all . ..

The Irish-owned diminutive Milk bar in Barcelona’s Barri Gotic has been a congregation point for the city’s resident …

El Rouge

Once the favoured hang out for dancers at the legendary El Molino theatre, Rouge was shut …


Your friends will be pleased if you lead them to this rather hip watering hole, hidden …

Pipa Club

Although most tourists will miss this hidden bar, housed in an inconspicuous third floor flat (you …

Ovella Negra

Two of Barcelona’s most infamous watering holes, these twin venues have hosted many a drunken night …

Ocaña is right in the heart of Placa Reial, one of the most bustling squares in …


Nevermind is where Barcelona’s skaters and metalheads alike flock to rock out in style. This pair …


A cult classic on the pretty Passeig del Born, Miramelindo is packed to its wooden rafters every . ..

Maumau Underground

Forget Gracia, the cool kids have established Poble Sec as their preferred barrio – and leading …

La Fourmi

The Steve McQueen, Audrey Hepburn and Fritz Lang posters on the wall immediately let you know …

La Concha del Raval

Not many places in Barcelona let you smoke shisha indoors, but this eclectic bar in the …

La Cigale

Unusual for Barcelona, the much-loved La Cigale bar in Gracia is set over two floors. The …

The area around Barcelona’s biggest club, Razzmatazz, is home to quite a few cavernous student-filled bars with …

Casa Almirall

Dating back to 1860, Casa Almirall is one of the oldest drinking establishments in Barcelona, and …

Betty Ford’s

Named after the Gerald Ford’s one-time alcoholic missus, Betty Ford bar enjoys something of a cult …

Bar Marsella

Opened in 1820 in El Raval, Bar Marsella is said to be Barcelona’s very first bar and . ..

Of all the bars in Raval, Ambar is perhaps the one that personifies this eclectic area …


Unusual bars in Barcelona – Guide Barcelona TM

Unusual bars in Barcelona stand out from the rest of the establishments with their extravagance and brightness. It is unlikely that anyone is ready to write the above qualities into the category of minuses, so Barcelona bars with an original approach to the interior, menu and service should be discussed separately.

1 yellow lights

At the sight of the doors of one of the bars in Barcelona, ​​​​which is located in the Poblenou district, episodes of the TV series Lost are involuntarily recalled. The guests first of all pay attention to the Dharma logo and the same numerical sequence. Here you can imagine yourself as the hero of a cult series.

Lost fans have been meeting in this bar in Barcelona for several years to discuss the latest news from the world of cinema, share interesting stories from life, and, of course, remember their favorite multi-episode adventure. The names of the heroes of the film are the dishes and drinks that make up the restaurant’s menu. On weekdays, the bar serves a delicious lunch, on Fridays and Saturdays, the Yellow Lights is a Barcelona bar where you can taste amazing cocktails when you visit.

The plot of Lost is connected with the tragedy, and the series itself cannot be called an entertainment with a bunch of jokes for every minute. However, the bar has a pleasant atmosphere, complemented by the energy of the owner Rafu, who knows the story from cover to cover.

Where is the bar : Carrer de Pere IV, 93
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The secret of the charm of this cabaret bar lies in the combination of Argentinean cultural traditions with the characteristic features of Spanish creativity. The unusual bar of Barcelona captivates with the fact that within its walls the approaches of peoples from different hemispheres are organically combined. Guests enjoy the magic of jazz and flamenco, are delighted with dance numbers and theatrical performances. From time to time festivals, poetry evenings and circus performances are held in the bar.

Tinta Roja was named after the tango that originated in 1941. An unusual bar in Barcelona has received recognition from the international guide Time Out, who called the institution one of the most original in all of Europe. It is curious that earlier there was a dairy farm on the site of the bar.

Now in Tinta Roja:

  • the best of Spanish cuisine
  • Argentine wine
  • assorted cocktails
  • all kinds of beer, ex.

Red Tango is a bar in Barcelona where you can organize gatherings with friends, enjoying mate tea while listening to their stories.

Lights are always dimmed in the institution, guests note original interior solutions. The bar of Barcelona is decorated with antiques, a lot of accessories – all this creates a pleasant atmosphere for relaxing after a busy work week.

Where is the bar : Carrer de la Creu dels Molers, 17.
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3Orange comic – happiness for geeks

Unusual bars of Barcelona are represented by another interesting place. In the wake of the popularity of comics and everything connected with them, a bar in Barcelona has appeared, aimed at fans of the adventures of heroes with superpowers in skinny suits.

Interior solutions that immerse you in the world of stories presented through colorful pictures are complemented by large windows, high tables and chairs. The bar also has its own terrace. In the institution you can see the drawings of the cartoonist Daniel Torres, who is one of the most popular Spanish masters.

The bar’s menu includes simple and really tasty dishes at an attractive price.

Kids won’t leave Glups! empty-handed – a comic book is given as a gift.

In addition to the hamburgers, wasabi, and French fries beloved by many geeks, guests of this bar in Barcelona are offered nachos jiaozi (dumplings-angles stuffed with shrimp and vegetables, and served with rice vinegar and soy sauce). You can cheer up with a cool beer or fresh orange juice when you visit this unusual bar in Barcelona on a summer day.

Where is the bar : Passeig de Sant Joan, 7.
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4 Mint green: Barcelona bar with pleasant surprises

Unusual bars in Barcelona

The Gothic Quarter has an unusual bar in Barcelona on its territory, the appearance of which is hardly capable of captivating the passer-by. Not everyone knows that the wooden front door hides an establishment made in the original style. The bar premises are decorated like a grotto, and the maintained twilight creates a feeling of immersion in the underworld.

After your eyes get used to the low light, you can highlight the features of the bar in Barcelona:

  • lots of stalactites
  • wonderfully shaped stone vaults
  • post capable of changing shape
  • dancing candle shadows

The bar has a wide range of alcoholic drinks. Visitors are also invited to taste a mojito with mint or a cocktail of various fruits. It is impossible not to note the original approach to serving in a Barcelona bar, performed using an esoteric card for predictions.

The list of features of the bar does not end there. When descending to the lower tier, you can find a room with a counter and several tables near the small stage. In the evenings, guests of Las Cuevas del Sorte enjoy amazing music and laugh at comedians’ jokes. One of the most unusual bars in Barcelona hides behind an inconspicuous door.

Where is the bar : Carrer Gignàs, 2
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5 Blue moon

A Barcelona bar that draws attention with its charisma. The last word is not quite correct to apply in relation to the bar, however, in Sor Rita Bar they are not accustomed to reckon with the concept of correctness.

The roof of the freak bar is decorated with high-heeled shoes, which from the very beginning bewilders those who are accustomed to standard establishments. Unusual bar in Barcelona is full of surprises. There is:

  • fresco depicting idols of the last century
  • bull in flamenco costume
  • set of lamps and mirrors
  • leopard skins

This setting is reminiscent of the work of Pedro Almodovar.

The bar is known for a cocktail that evokes strong emotions. To prepare it, you need to take a spoonful of Carmen de Mairena, then add:

  • Papi Lusi and Bom
  • a small piece of Paco Clavel
  • Faleté slice
  • a couple of grams of Pac Carmon
  • Maruhita Diaz
  • as much oil as possible

Without the latter one cannot achieve results.

Barcelona’s unusual bar takes its name from a diminutive of a crazy lady who lost her mind after seeing the magic of the blue moon. Despite all the surroundings, the connection with the cinema is more pronounced than it might seem at first glance.

Where is the bar : Carrer de la Mercè, 27
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6 Bluebeard

Barcelona bar for large groups. Here they offer to enjoy the best samples of Spanish cuisine with blues, jazz and swing – a good choice not only in terms of food, but also music. In addition to different types of wine, cocktails and beer, you can take the usual snacks: from salads to tapas and toasts.

Barcelona’s Bluebeard Bar has been updated with the charm of a bygone era. The walls are decorated with wooden and stone elements, and thanks to the Gothic candles, it is easy to see traces of Jewish culture through the glass floor.

Unusual bar in Barcelona actually immerses you in the good old capital of Catalonia from the heyday of piracy. Those years were not good for everyone, but pleasant emotions from staying in an institution are guaranteed.

Where is the bar : Carrer de Sant Domènec del Call, 14
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A bar in Barcelona that can inadvertently drag visitors to the Wax Museum into a parallel world of an enchanted forest. Its originality is manifested in the sounds of natural elements coming from nowhere, the cries of animals, as well as the lush foliage that hides magical creatures behind it. The bar has an atmosphere of a fairytale forest, which seems to have descended from the pages of the best fantasy.

When visiting the bar, you must definitely order a mojito and taste aromatic coffee. The original interior is far from the only surprise.

Where is the bar : Passatge de la Banca, 7
website/social media page : www.

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Otro mojito, por favor!

Spaniards’ favorite hobby is going to bars. If Russians like to gather friends at home at a table laden with plates of food, then the Spaniards prefer to meet for socializing in bars or restaurants, home meals are arranged only for Christmas with close relatives.

That’s why there are several bars on every street in Barcelona. In them, the Spaniards watch football, complain about the government, discuss the latest news, in a word, live. Many people sit in their favorite bar from morning to evening, especially for pensioners. While grandmothers watch TV at home, grandfathers order carajillo early in the morning, this is coffee with baileys or other liquor. Then in the schedule “una canha”, that is, a glass of draft beer, closer to dinner “una copa de wine”, and in the evening you can switch to stronger “cubatas”, this is usually a mixture of Coca-Cola with rum, whiskey or other high-grade alcohol.

Gin and tonics and mojitos are very popular cocktails in Spain. There are bars that are dedicated to just one of these drinks. In Spanish, there is an expression “ir de copas”, which means to move from bar to bar, drinking in succession in each of them. Usually the Spaniards do not clink glasses, but simply raise a glass and say “chin-chin” or “salute”, and if the night was stormy, then “resaka” comes in the morning, which is usually treated with fatty fast food with Coca-Cola and swimming in the sea.

On average, a glass of beer in Barcelona bars costs 2 €, the same price for a glass of wine. Cocktails from 5 € and up. Of course, in fashion establishments, these prices are twice as high. Below we will tell you about the best bars in Barcelona, ​​among which you are sure to find an institution to your taste.

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