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Enjoy the loud music and delicious mojitos at Rubí. It is a trendy bar in the center of the city that caters to a young clientele. While gin is the star attraction here, the cocktails are in good supply too. Enjoy the night chatting with friends. Rubí ensures that all its patrons have a memorable experience.
El Xampanyet is one of the city's liveliest tapas bars, and it has been serving some fabulous cavas, fresh cider, anchovies and tapas since the 1930s. Located close to the world-famous Picasso Museum, this place draws a huge number of tourists, who simply adore the lovely atmosphere, the colorful decor and the friendly staff.
An early-19th century interior welcomes you at this old and still-running-smooth pub. Graced in the past by known names like Picasso and Hemingway, this popular spot gets crowded on most nights. It is known to serve the green, stimulating liqueur, absinthe, apart from other strong concoctions. Catch the crowd go wild on this drink, but make sure you don't indulge in absurd quantities as it can be toxic! All in all, it is a good venue to rub shoulders with the locals and some tourists.
Gaze at the Gothic Santa Maria del Mar, while you sip on a goblet of Spanish cava. Located in a touristy yet charming area, La Vinya del Senyor lets you sample hundreds of varieties of wine at your own leisurely pace. You can accompany your drink with a host of cheeses and coca (a pizza-like Catalan dish). Also available is the Spanish favorite - bread with olive oil and rock salt - as well as cold cuts like salami. Grab a table or a stool by the bar and enjoy your meal while you detach yourself from the surrounding hustle and bustle.
Can Paixano is a small wine bar located in the midst of the busy Reina Christina area. Despite its noisy and smoky atmosphere, this place attracts a huge crowd from all over the city. People line up mainly to get a taste of the lovely rose cava (Spanish white wine). Bocadillos and sausages are available at very low prices. You might have to fight to get your order in, but it's definitely worth the effort!
Morro Fi presents itself as a perfect spot for a laid-back lunch during your sightseeing excursion. A friendly tapas restaurant serving a small plates menu, this little eatery is sure to impress you with all its offerings. The food is tastefully prepared under the guidance of the talented chefs with tapas covering everything from veggies, seafood, smoked meats and more. These little bites taste even better when accompanied with the restaurant's homemade Vermouth. Flavored with herbs, the flavored wine is sure to last in your memory for a long time.