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L'Ovella Negra is a well-known beer hall that attracts a young crowd of international students and travelers. Its name translates to "Black Sheep", and the original and more noteworthy of its two locations is on a small side-street off Las Ramblas. With darts, pool and long wooden tables that can accommodate up to a dozen people, it is no wonder why this joint is always packed. The cheap pitchers of beer, delicious pints of sangria, and rustic atmosphere keep the nights going late. This is a great place to go with a large group of friends or to meet new one.
This quaint little bar is located in the beautiful and cosmopolitan Plaça Reial. It doesn't just serve coffee and alcoholic drinks; it also organizes occasional exhibitions of photography and paintings and hosts regular debate sessions, where people get together to discuss serious issues in a relatively organized manner. The bar has an attractive interior and a popular outdoor terrace.
Saturday nights don't get any better. Walk into Zelig, a nightclub that attracts various types of pub-crawlers. The décor is trendy and mysterious with dim lights, vibrant walls and groovy music. The bartender is always smiling and doles out perfect service. The ambiance is casual but classy and the music ranges from funk, hip-hop, and jazz to rock. Come by and have a drink or two with friends while swaying to the beats.
A gem in Javier de las Muelas, group of bars, this place is named after the fictional character, detective Philip Marlowe's favorite cocktail. Fans of Javier as well as Marlowe feel very comfortable here. The bartenders creatively mix the drinks for the guests. The service is as classy and professional as the clientele, who pop in to enjoy the cocktails. A definite must-visit for curiouser souls who want explore the city's nightlife.