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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.
A great place for a casual drink with friends, Bar 33/45 in Barcelona serves a wide range of local and international spirits and brews in a rustic-retro environment. One of the smaller bars in the area, this place punches way above its weight and is known for its specialty cocktails, gin, tequila, and Mescals. Food is served here with the offerings mainly being pub grubs. Music events are held here regularly.
El Paraigua will charm you with its history and character. A hidden gem where live music and DJs synchronize well to enthrall you, this place is a haunt for locals and travelers alike. Here, you can nosh on delicious tapas from the extensive menu and tipple on cocktails and Spanish wines while you reflect on this former convent's stone arches and its local arts display. Boasting of a loyal patronage, El Paraigua is an institution in itself that awaits your arrival to delight you in ways more than one.
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.
One of the best spots in Barcelona for a post-dinner drink with a special somebody, Solange Cocktails & Luxury Spirits offers guests a truly high-end lounging experience. The ambiance is classy, featuring an array of sleek furnishings and intimate seating areas, allowing you to have private conversations without someone eavesdropping on you. Make sure that you're appropriately dressed before heading here as they are known to have a strict formal dress code policy.
Michael Collins has built a good reputation for itself as an Irish-Catalan pub since opening its doors in 1997. Frequented not only by locals but even tourists from around the globe, this pub is located right across the Temple of Sagrada Familia. The best thing about Michael Collins is the service, which is unlike anywhere else. Sports banter over pints of Guinness coupled with homemade Irish fare and bumbling Irish tunes beats every other remedy for a long day.
Located right next to the luxurious and grand Hotel Arts Barcelona and overlooking the spectacular Barceloneta beach, lies the wonderful Opium Barcelona. This is a restaurant, bar, lounge and nightclub, all rolled into one. While the restaurant boasts of a unique Euro-Asian cuisine, the bar offers a delightful range of Spanish wines and other spirits. Come here for a distinctly elegant dining experience with your loved ones or to dance the night away to some of the best tracks spun by leading DJs.