Barcelona’s Most Impressive Cocktail Bars

There is no shortage of cocktail bars in Barcelona. Among them, some immerse customers in a sumptuous setting. What to savor all the more its mixture.

In the Born

It is thus considered one of the best cocktail bars in Spain. This bar will surprise you not only by the originality of its cocktails but especially by the collection of various herbs available to the bartender to prepare you cocktails bursting with flavors and extravagance. Here you will not find classic cocktails, only unique creations.

Aware that customers may have difficulty making a choice, a very special menu will guide you to find the ideal cocktail. For the record, this unique cocktail menu was created by Antonio Naranjo. What to spend an evening with friends rich in discovery.

Where ? Carrer dels Mirallers, 5

Hours: Monday to Sunday, 7 p.m. to 2:30 a.m.

Transport: Jaume I metro stop (Line 4)

More informations here.

In Eixample

The Hemingway Gin & Cocktail Bar nestles down a few steps in a secluded part of Muntaner Street. The Hemingway Gin & Cocktail Bar is definitely worth a visit. Sporting an old-style cocktail bar, it also benefits from an outdoor terrace, on the street side. The uniqueness of this bar does not necessarily lie in its decoration, but rather in its rather subtle spirit… Indeed, this is one of the funniest cocktail bars in Barcelona. Conviviality and show will be part of your experience thanks to the bartenders who put themselves on stage to make their best concoctions.

The owners wanted to create a menu that mixes cocktail classics with new inventions. The presentation of each cocktail is also very meticulous because it combines each drink with a story. For example, the cocktail “Mother of dragons” is presented in a golden glass symbolizing the egg on which springs fire, representing the dragon while being placed on crushed ice reminiscent of precious stones. Something to amaze every customer.

Where ? Carrer de Muntaner, 114

Hours: Monday to Thursday, 6:30 p.m. to 2 a.m.

Friday to Saturday, 5 p.m. to 3 a.m.

Sunday from 5 p.m. to 2 a.m.

Transport: Hospital Clinic stop (Line 5)

More informations here.

In the Gothic

Located next to the Wax Museum, El Bosc de les Fades is also somewhat hidden within the premises of the Barcelona Wax Museum. However, this atypical establishment with the air of a fairy tale will charm you with its enchanted forest decor. Each space presents a different decoration and creates an atypical atmosphere. From one room to another you will discover magical places where climbing plants, gnomes, marvelous waterfalls and magical creatures mingle; enough to leave you bewitched and certainly speechless for a few minutes.

Where ? Banca crossing, 5

Hours: Monday to Thursday, 10 a.m. to 1 a.m.

Friday, 10 a.m. to 1:30 a.m.

Saturday, 11 a.m. to 2 a.m.

Sunday, 11 a.m. to 1 a.m.

Transport: Drassanes metro stop (Line 3)

More informations here.

To Gracia

The front of this bar does not go unnoticed. Le Châtelet has a large bay window closed in winter but which opens directly onto the street in summer. This ingenious system allows its customers to breathe the very friendly atmosphere of the Gracia district during sunny days.

Here, choosing your cocktail is not an easy task! The cocktail being the specialty of the house, the menu is extremely well supplied! However, the waiters will be happy to guide you in choosing the ideal drink. The establishment also offers dishes such as tapas, nachos and paninis. Something to delight your taste buds in addition to enjoying cocktails.

Where ? Carrer de Torrijos, 54

Transport: Verdaguer metro stop (Line 5)

More informations here.

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