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This club belongs to the same people that own the other "Arena" clubs around town. Because they are all so close to each other, you get access to all of them with the same ticket. Arena Classic is bigger than the one in Balmes Street and it is usually full of young people, looking for a party, a drink and a good night out without totally losing control. Arena Classic is a vestige of the 1980s clubs in its decoration.
In one of Barcelona's most famous gay clubs, you'll find the door policy relatively relaxed and a fair number of women in here; however, it's mainly full of young gay men out for a good time. It has one of the biggest dark rooms in town and is an ideal place to hang out. The interior is decorated in industrial style, with some kitschy touches. The music tends to be of the commercial house variety.
Átame is where all the young, party-loving crowd comes to rage until the next day. This gay-friendly night-spot is open very late into the wee hours and it has the best music in the city with talented DJs on the decks. Inside, there are a lot of people who smoke, but this doesn't deter them from enjoying the happy-hour promotions. On the weekends, men in drag perform for a happy audience and the ambiance is perfect for a casual night if you just want to have a drink and chill a little.
This two-story bar is popular among men of all ages, (women are always welcome as well) who can be found here in the evening happily gulping down their drinks. While the lower level features a regular bar and no dining area, the upper level has tables where you hang out with your friends. During the evening, the music played here tends to bit soothing and mystical. However after ten in the night it becomes more peppy. Visiting this place on Wednesdays is a good idea, since you can avail of the happy hour where a large variety of snacks are on the platter. Occasionally, free passes to Arena are also handed out, since that establishment has the same owners as this place.