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From noon till late hours of night, Milano Cocktail Bar welcomes patrons into its elegant atmosphere to enjoy a drink or feast on traditional tapas. Renowned for its cocktails, do not leave this place without trying a few of their interesting concoctions. Green Almond, Gentleman Apple, Picasso, Lady Sour and the Watermelon Martini are highly recommended. In the afternoons, patrons are given a trip back in time, as the restaurant recreates a 1940s ambiance. Nights at this place are brought alive by soothing melodies strummed by Jazz musicians.
Boadas Cocktails, located off Las Ramblas, was opened by Cuban-born Miguel Boadas in the 1930s and is now run by his family. Despite its touristy location, this tiny bar with no tables has managed to retain its original charm. You can stand at the bar and order from the long list of classic cocktails. Many of the house specials, invented by Miguel himself, pay tribute to fictional characters or real people, such as Sofia Loren, Joan Miró and Frankenstein, while others are named after places in Barcelona.
Marmalade is a charming restaurant in the Raval neighborhood that offers innovative cuisine in an elegant atmosphere. The dimly lit interior is covered in hues of gold and furnished with antiques from yesteryear. The extensive cocktail list perfectly accompanies whatever the creative chefs place on the menu and the staff is always helpful in your selection. Marmalade is also a nice place to host private parties, so come and enjoy it with your friends outside on the terrace or at an intimate table inside. Whatever you choose, it will definitely be a memorable experience.
A gem in the chic neighborhood of El Barri Gotic, Milk has established itself as one of the top nightlife destinations in the vibrant city. Stepping into this cocktail tavern is like taking a trip back in time to the English gentlemen's clubs of the 18th century. The entire seating room is decorated with a touch of antiquity, right from the gilded mirrors to the Middle-eastern accents. Locals usually come here to splurge and indulge, whether it is the eccentric cocktails and spirits or the contemporary local fare. The cocktail list has a range of vintage and new drinks; and the wine list explores reds, whites and the favored Cava. Surprisingly, the place gets filled up even post-dawn with those looking for hangover-cures and lazy brunches.
Tucked into a quiet street, this hipster chic bar is all set to rule over your weekends in Barcelona. Armed with some of the best recipes for inventive gin cocktails in town, the bartenders at Old Fashioned - Gin Tonic & Cocktail Bar flourish glass after glass of delicious drinks for you to down. Try the Picasso Martini, or the Menorca Gum Swizzle that will put an instant spin on your night. The ambiance hints at vintage, with a bit of trendy chic thrown in, while the atmosphere is what will keep bringing you back here. The bartenders are friendly and welcoming, as are several of the locals that you're bound to meet here.
Dry Martini is one of the iconic cocktail bars in this vibrant city. Opened in 1978 by Pedro Carbonel, this chic bar with wooden accents is one of the best places to go for a cocktail. The helpful staff will recommend you the right drink if you are unsure. One thing is sure, you will never go wrong with any of their selection here.
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.