The vermuteria, or vermouth bar, has experienced a major resurgence in Barcelona. Head here for a slightly more refined take on the experience.
Apotheke means pharmacy in German and bartenders at this subterranean spot on the Plaça Reial are true alchemists.
This refined gastropub with 40 taps serves mostly Barcelona-brewed beers, as well as selections from other parts of Spain and Italy.
The same troika of brothers behind the Michelin three-star El Cellar de Can Roca in Girona, Spain, concocted this swank establishment.
Barcelona’s best wine bar is located near Plaza Catalunya and offers an impressive 50 by-the-glass options each day.
All the beautiful people of Barcelona congregate at this Lázaro Rosa-Violán–designed bar, with its glass walls, lots of weathered wood, and low couches.
A Barcelona institution, 30-year-old Dry Martini is the city’s original creative cocktail laboratory.
This understated bar in L’Eixample has no menu and the interior is nothing flashy; this allows the attention to stay squarely on their spirits.
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Open since 1931, this English style bar with fine wood-paneled walls, red-upholstered armchairs, and hunting-inspired art feels timeless and elegant.