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The best bars in Zermatt, Switzerland...

 

As far as ski resorts go, there are not many better places in Europe to enjoy the apres-ski than Zermatt, with a choice of great cocktail bars and exclusive hotel bars, many offering live music.

 
 
  • Zermatt bars are busiest around Christmas, New Year, February and March. Most close at 2am
  • Zermatt is a small town and can be explored easily by foot
  • All Zermatt bars accept payment by credit or debit card
  • Staff in all Zermatt bars speak fantastic English, with many having it as a first language
  • Most Zermatt bars offer free WiFi, even at some of the older establishments
  • Smoking is not allowed in Zermatt bars
  • Generally, the locals tip by just rounding up to the nearest CHF5

 

Best Bars Zermatt ~ Snowboat

Best Bars Zermatt ~ Snowboat

1 ~ SNOWBOAT

Shaped like a boat, this three story bar and restaurant underneath the Gornergrat rail bridge by the river in Zermatt town centre, is just a short walk from the Sunnegga Talstation, making it the apres-ski bar of choice for many.  Premium spirits, fantastic cocktails and a sun deck make it popular all year around.  The Zermatt Yacht Club restaurant downstairs is great for soaking up the booze too.

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Getwingbrücke (1 minute walk)

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Best Bars Zermatt ~ Hischi Bar

Best Bars Zermatt ~ Hischi Bar

2 ~ Z'ALT HISCHI

This authentic Valais bar is hidden away in the heart of the old village amongst the famous wooden houses.  Stuffed animals and portraits of old locals line the walls whilst the drinks are arguably the strongest in Zermatt with incredibly generous alcohol pourings.  No visit here though is complete without trying the homemade speciality Eierlikör (egg liquor).  No card payments.

Beer (0.5l) CHF7+   Wine  CHF4.50+

Brücke zum Steg (3 minutes walk)

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Best Bars Zermatt ~ Iglu Dorf Zermatt

Best Bars Zermatt ~ Iglu Dorf Zermatt

3 ~ IGLU-DORF ZERMATT

Driven by the ambition to be the first on the mountain early in the morning, in order to shoot photos of the sunrise and find white, untouched snow for snowboarding, Adrian Günter, built the first igloo village in Scuol, Graubünden, in 1995 before introducing the concept to Zermatt ten years later (and then to another seven destinations in Switzerland, Germany and Andorra since). Open from Christmas until it melts in April every year, the spectacular setting, 2700 metres high on the Rotenboden ski slope, offers an amazing view of the Matterhorn and the outside bar (open until 16:00) is the perfect place to grab a drink whilst taking a break from your ski, snowboard or snowshoe trek. A spectacular ice bar, carved into one of the igloos, offers an altogether different experience as does a restaurant where you can enjoy fondue. If you don't mind the cold temperature, you can stay overnight in an igloo of your own, watching the sunset over the Matterhorn from the jacuzzi.  In January 2016, they also hope to break the World Record for the biggest igloo ever created. 

Cocktails CHF9+     Beer (0.5l) Not known   Wine  CHF5+

Rotenboden (15 minutes snow hike)

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Best Bars Zermatt ~ Harry's Skibar / Photo: matterhornlodge.ch

Best Bars Zermatt ~ Harry's Skibar / Photo: matterhornlodge.ch

4 ~ HARRY'S SKIBAR

This warm and inviting traditional-style Alpine chalet bar was opened at Christmas 2014 along the river, on the edge of the Old Village, by Harry Lauber and his son Fabian, the owners of the adjacent Matterhorn Lodge hotel. Photos on the wall depict skiers from days gone by, whilst beautiful wood is complemented by thick sheep skin rugs.

Beer (0.5l) CHF7+   Wine  CHF5.50+

Brücke zum Steg (1 minute walk)

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Best Bars Zermatt ~ Bar 55

Best Bars Zermatt ~ Bar 55

5 ~ BAR 55

Located in the Hotel Firefly, this cool cocktail and gin bar is one of the best place to hangout in Zermatt.  A 1957 Harley Davidson sits alongside a pool table, a cigar room, table football and a vintage 1965 pinball machine, whilst guests are served complimentary home dried meats and cheese as they sip on the great cocktails or 30 gins.

Cocktails CHF17+     Beer (0.5l) CHF8+   Wine  CHF7+

Kirchbrücke (4 minutes walk)

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Best Bars Barcelona ~ Casa Almirall

Best Bars Barcelona ~ Casa Almirall

6 ~ GEES & CUCKOO CLUB

One of the most popular bars in Zermatt, this 1920's style cocktail bar on the main street is owned by Dutchman "Gee" Veltink, the man behind Snowboat (above).

Cocktails CHF17+     Beer (0.5l) CHF8+   Wine  CHF7+

Kirchbrücke (4 minutes walk)

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Best Bars Zermatt ~ Elsie's Bar / Photo: elsiebar.ch

Best Bars Zermatt ~ Elsie's Bar / Photo: elsiebar.ch

7 ~ ELSIE BAR

This typical ‘Valais’ style bar opposite the St. Mauritius church in the main town square, provides an enchanting backdrop for those special evenings in Zermatt.  Built in 1879 and bought by Elsie Wicki in 1961, the bar has changed hands a few times since but has never lost its charm, continuing to offer one of the best whisky and wine collections in town, alongside a long cocktail list, Champagnes, oysters, caviar, snails and homemade foie gras.  A cute little restaurant upstairs is one of Zermatt's best kept secrets. 

Cocktails CHF14+     Beer (0.5l) CHF8.50+   Wine  CHF6.50+

Kirchbrücke (4 minutes walk)

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Best Bars Barcelona ~ El Xampanyet

Best Bars Barcelona ~ El Xampanyet

8 ~ EL XAMPANYET

This famous tiny cava bar opposite the Picasso Museum in the popular El Born district is a Barcelona institution. Serving good but basic tapas alongside a huge sparkling wine collection including the famous Xampanyet ("champanyet"), you have to get there early to find a seat or a place to stand - drinkers normally overflow onto the street outside. Popular with the young and old alike, the tiled walls, antique artifacts and old bottles transport you back to 1929 when the bar was first opened by the same family who run it today. Palau Dalmases (see above) is next door.

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Jaume I (4 mins)

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Best Bars Barcelona ~ 360 Degrees Terrace

Best Bars Barcelona ~ 360 Degrees Terrace

9 ~ 360° Terrace

With so many to choose from, it's hard picking the best rooftop hotel bar in Barcelona. Whilst not as plush as some of the 5 star offerings, the panoramic views from the sky bar at the new 4 star Barcelo Hotel, in the up and coming (yet still quite seedy) Raval district, take in the entire city and provide the best backdrop to enjoy a cocktail or G&T. There's even binoculars to help you spot the sights. Open, weather permitting, May - September.

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Liceu (6 mins)

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Best Bars Barcelona ~ El Vaso De Oro

Best Bars Barcelona ~ El Vaso De Oro

10 ~ EL VASO DE ORO

There's not many better places to start the evening than this long and narrow tapas bar in the vibrant Barceloneta fisherman's quarter. Opened over 50 years ago, and the first bar in Barcelona to not offer tables, there's only about enough room for drinkers to stand two-deep at the bar. They make their own range of beers, each served in tall slim glasses (a "flauta") whilst their tapas is amongst the best in the city, with dishes created using 50 year old recipes and embracing the fresh seafood from the port.

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Barceloneta (2 mins)

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Best Bars Barcelona ~ El Bosc De Les Fades

Best Bars Barcelona ~ El Bosc De Les Fades

11 ~ EL BOSC DE LES FADES

If you’re looking for an other-worldly experience in Barcelona, look no further than "The Fairies’ Forest". A magical indoor forest with cocktails! This unique cafe bar is decorated as an esoteric land of fairies and is split into four rooms; the magic forest, a fairy cave, an old tea room and a lounge. Popular with tourists and families, it's attached to the Museu de Cera wax museum at the end of La Rambla.

Cocktails €8+      Beer (0.5l) €4+      Wine  Not known

Drassanes (2 mins)

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Best Bars Barcelona ~ La Confiteria

Best Bars Barcelona ~ La Confiteria

12 ~ LA CONFITERIA

Used in the filming of the Woody Allen film "Vicky Cristina Barcelona", this lovingly restored Modernista sweet shop next to the Paral-Lel and Funicular station is one of Barcelona's most beautiful bars. The glass cases that once housed sugary treats are now stocked with liquor and the vibe is relaxed. Open until 3am, it is popular with bar hoppers stopping by for a beer on their way to the more lively bars in the Poble Sec district or by theatre goers grabbing a cocktail before and after the show.

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Paral-Lel (3 mins)

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Best Bars Barcelona ~ Boadas

Best Bars Barcelona ~ Boadas

13 ~ BOADAS

"The oldest cocktail bar in Barcelona" (or so they claim), at the top of La Rambla, was founded in 1933 by Miquel Boadas, a Cuban born Catalan who bravely introduced the previously unseen American style concept at a time of Republican rule. The tiny place has hardly changed since then and is now ran by his daughter, Maria. As it was back then, it is famed for its daiquiris and bow-tied bartenders. The cocktail list is also extensive..

Cocktails €7+       Beer (0.5l) €4+       Wine  Not known

Plaza Catalunya (3 mins)

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Best Bars Barcelona ~ Sala Apola

Best Bars Barcelona ~ Sala Apola

14 ~ SALA APOLA

Made up of two different buildings, this huge nightclub and live music venue is open everyday and offers every single type of music you can think of with occasional appearances from famous names. The main venue is a 1,200 capacity old theatre with red velvets and a high ceiling whilst the smaller 400 capacity La [2] is darker and more modern. Both venues house live music concerts with a variety of artists playing before the DJs take over at midnight until 06:00, spinning primarily indie, rock, pop, electro, garage, 80's and punk in one venue, or techno, electro, house and drum'n'bass in the other. Throw into the mix the odd night of reggae, rock'n'roll, fusion, jazz and swing plus gay nights and burlesque shows and you have the ultimate Barcelona venue.

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Paral-Lel (2 mins)

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Best Bars Barcelona ~ Bodega La Palma

Best Bars Barcelona ~ Bodega La Palma

15 ~ BODEGA LA PALMA

This small but authentic friendly wine house is a landmark in the old quarter with more than 75 years of history. Decorated with wine barrels and bottles it's a popular place to meet. Tourists mix with locals, artists and bohemians, enjoying the home made wine and vermouth whilst the excellent tapas, “embutidos” and cheese selection enjoy a great reputation in the area.

Beer (0.5l) €2.50+   Wine  €1.50+

Jaume I (3 mins)

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Best Bars Barcelona ~ La Conseta Del Migdia

Best Bars Barcelona ~ La Conseta Del Migdia

16 ~ LA CASETA DEL MIGDIA

Open from June to September or the rest of the year just from midday to sunset on Fridays, Saturdays and festivities, this mountain top summer bar in the woods next to the Montjuïc castle should be on everybody's "Things To Do In Barcelona" list, if not for the simple bar itself but the journey to it and the views you'll enjoy along the way. An effort to find, you'll first need to catch the Funicular from Paral-Lel metro station or the Transbordador Aeri del Port cable car from across the port. Both these take you half way up the mountain to Parc Montjuïc where, after taking in the many museums if you so wish, you then transfer to the Teleferico de Montjuïc cable car, which runs all the way up to the castle. The view from here is breathtaking and queues to enter the old military fortress, which dates back to 1640, often snake back down the hill. Not many of these tourists however will be aware of the secret bar in the forest, around the castle walls, a 10 minute stroll away (follow signs for Mirador del Migdia). It's the best spot in the city to view the sunset going down over the ocean while quaffing on reasonably priced beers and cocktails.

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Paral-Lel + Funicular (12 mins)

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Best Bars Barcelona ~ Abirradero

Best Bars Barcelona ~ Abirradero

17 ~ ABIRRADERO

Opened in October 2015 by the Instituto de la Cerveza Artesana, a group of artisan beer enthusiasts who have opened microbreweries across Spain, this Poble Sec brewpub serves up over forty draft ales including twenty of their home brews. Apparently, it has more beers on tap than anywhere else in Europe.  There's good tapas to match the ales and brewery tours available too.

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Paral-Lel (2 mins)

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Best Bars Barcelona ~ Els Quatre Gats

Best Bars Barcelona ~ Els Quatre Gats

18 ~ ELS 4 GATS

The story behind this beautiful Barcelona bar and restaurant which featured in Carlos Ruiz Zafón's "La Sombra Del Viento" (The Shadow Of The Wind) and Woody Allen's "Vicky Cristina Barcelona" dates back to 1890's Paris when Pere Romeu worked as a waiter and entertainment presenter in the famous Le Chat Noir cabaret club. Seduced by this environment, he decided to create a similar establishment in Barcelona, in 1897. Two years late, aged just 17, Pablo Picasso started to frequent the place and carried out his first ever exhibition in the big room. It became a centre of Modernisme where many famous artists could display their artwork, the most prominent piece in the bar's permanent collection was a lighthearted Casas self-portrait, depicting him smoking a pipe while pedaling a tandem bicycle with Pere Romeu as his stoker. By 1903 however the bar was losing so much money, Romeu had to close it and the building later became the head quarters of the artistic circle of Sant Lluc, until 1936 when the Spanish Civil War changed everything. The historic building reverted back to its original form in 1991 when "Els Quatre Gats" reopened as a posh tapas restaurant, bar and brewery, recreating the original look. Thousands of tourists make the pilgrimmage here but don't let that put you off, it's still a must-visit when in Barcelona and you can just grab a beer, an absinth, vermouth or one of their legendary coffees, even if you don't want to eat.

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Urquinaona (4 mins)

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Best Bars Barcelona ~ Boca Chica

Best Bars Barcelona ~ Boca Chica

19 ~ BOCA CHICA

Popular wirh Barcelona's richer crowd, this plush cocktail bar and summer terrace above the posh Boca Grande restaurant, is absolutely stunning and serves some of the best G&Ts in the city. Modernista touches with candle lighting, cow hide stools and DJs until 2:30am certainly help make it one of the best places to drink in Barcelona.

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Diagonal (1 minute walk)

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Best Bars Barcelona ~ Bar Marsella

Best Bars Barcelona ~ Bar Marsella

20 ~ BAR MARSELLA

Arguably the oldest bar in Barcelona.  This late-night absinthe bar, famously frequented by  Picasso and Hemmingway, has been open in the sleazy "Barrio Chino" El Raval neighbourhood since 1820 and was featured as the arty Red Light District bar in Woody Allen's "Vicky Cristina Barcelona".  Tatty, crowded and even unclean, with a floor and ceiling showing the bar's age, the appeal here is the sense of history and vibrant atmosphere.  Oh, and the famous "Green Fairy", which is served in a glass with a lump of sugar, a fork and a bottle of water. Hold the sugar on the fork above your glass and pour the water over it, making it dissolve into the absinthe below and turning it yellow in the process as you stir.

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Paral-Lel (6 mins)

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Best Bars Barcelona ~ Xix Gin Corner

Best Bars Barcelona ~ Xix Gin Corner

21 ~ XIX BAR & GIN CORNER

Based in a 100 year old dairy in the Poble Sec district, this is without doubt one of the best gin bars in Barcelona. With excellent gin based cocktails, a two hour G&T Tasting Course and over 100 different gins to choose from, most of which are also available to buy in the bar's Gin Corner liquor store next door, there's no mistaking the dedication to the drink of this establishment.

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Pobel Sec (3 minutes)

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Best Bars Barcelona ~ Terrat

Best Bars Barcelona ~ Terrat

22 ~ TERRAT

Opened in 2014 and offering fantastic 360° views of the city, the posh 5 star Mandarin Oriental Hotel's rooftop terrace bar is open to non-guests from 6pm to midnight, April to October. Whilst the drinks are not as sophisticated as the hotel's fantastic Banker's Bar on the ground floor (below), the views and Barcelona sunshine more than make up for it.

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Passeig de Gràcia (2 mins walk)

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Best Bars Barcelona ~ Bormuth

Best Bars Barcelona ~ Bormuth

23 ~ BORMUTH

Opened in the bohemian area of El Born in 2013, this friendly neighbourhood bar offers intimate spaces to enjoy the vermuths on tap, bottled cask beers and natural fruit cocktails alongside great value tapas. Beautifully designed, old wooden spaces are complemented by exposed brick walls and marble tables with a couple of seats outside letting you enjoy the atmosphere of the area.

Cocktails €7+     Beer (0.5l) €4+   Wine  €3.50+

Jaume I (6 mins walk)

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Best Bars Barcelona ~ One Ocean Club

Best Bars Barcelona ~ One Ocean Club

24 ~ ONE OCEAN CLUB

This elegant cocktail bar and terrace at the OneOcean Port Vell private members club offers an all-day venue to enjoy a place to drink by the waterside. With a top restaurant, gym, spa and unrivalled views of the elite super yachts, this is a lifestyle destination like no other in Barcelona.  The hand-crafted, blue-tiled bar, designed to echo the ocean, offers a range of local and international cocktails. Alternatively step outside onto the terrace to appreciate the views as the sun sets on the Barcelona skyline. For entrance you need to be a member, or a guest of somebody who is.  Membership is limited to the owners and captains of boats moored at Marina Port Vell, or persons interested in nautical activities and recommended by another member.

Cocktails €10+     Beer (0.5l) Not known   Wine  Not known

Barceloneta (3 mins walk)

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Best Bars Barcelona ~ Duquesa de Cardona

Best Bars Barcelona ~ Duquesa de Cardona

25 ~ LA TERRASSA DEL DUQUESA

The terrace cocktail bar at the plush Duquesa de Cardona hotel is the perfect refuge to escape from the hustle of the city at anytime of the day and watch the harbour over cocktails.  A thirty strong Catalan wine list and an attractive Gin & Tonic carte compliment the view of the Mapfre Towers at the Port Olimpic, the Moll de la Fusta, the charismatic Barceloneta quarter  and the luxury yachts arriving and departing the harbour. Open 11:00 - 23:00 daily.

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Barceloneta (6 mins walk)

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Best Bars Barcelona ~ Ideal

Best Bars Barcelona ~ Ideal

26 ~ IDEAL COCKTAIL BAR

This historic cocktail bar was founded in 1931 and is currently run by the third generation of the Gotarda family. Decorated like an old Scottish Highlands hotel bar from the 1950s, it is popular with an older, more sophisticated crowd who come here for fantastic cocktails, the ninety malt whiskies and forty gins. The white suited barmen offer a sweet Pina Colada, made like in the Caribbean, with real coconut milk especially imported from Puerto Rico but the house special is a Mojito, invented during the 1982 World Cup, and made with a special rum, ginger ale and orange twist.

Cocktails €10+     Beer (0.5l) €10.50+   Wine  Not known

Provença (5 mins walk)

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Best Bars Barcelona ~ Tandem

Best Bars Barcelona ~ Tandem

27 ~ TANDEM COCKTAIL BAR

This old school cocktail bar opened back in 1985 and has since become world famous for being one of the best bars devoted to the cocktail that can be found in Barcelona for quality and service.

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Provença (6 mins walk)

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Best Bars Barcelona ~ Quimet y Quimet

Best Bars Barcelona ~ Quimet y Quimet

28 ~ QUIMET & QUIMET

This popular but tiny standing-room only tapas bar in Poble Sec, just off Parallel, is lined from floor to ceiling with bottles.  They boast a large gin collection as well as their own label cava and Belgian beer.  The seafood tapas is to die for.  Just expect to eat it whilst stood up. Closed Saturday evenings and Sunday.

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Paral-Lel (3 mins)

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Best Bars Barcelona ~ Ale & Hop

Best Bars Barcelona ~ Ale & Hop

29 ~ ALE&HOP

Cool bar and restaurant dedicated to the cult of craft beer and tasty healthy food. This is the ultimate place for beer lovers to visit in Barcelona with ten taps serving different beers every week, including at least one Amber, Pale and Indian Pale Ale, as well at least one Lager, one wheat beer and one Stout or Porter plus local craft beers and a large selection of International bottled beers.

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Arc de Triomf (4 minutes)

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Best Bars Barcelona ~ Les Gens Que J'aime

Best Bars Barcelona ~ Les Gens Que J'aime

30 ~ LES GENS QUE J'AIME

Spot the cellar like entrance on the Carrer de Valencia (next to the Majestic Hotel), and make your way down the stairs to this dimly lit red velvet basement bar for one of the most atmospheric bars in Barcelona. Dating back to its time as a jazz club in the 1960s and decorated with vintage photographs of Charlie Chaplain, Marilyn Monroe and other stars from the past, it boasts a resident tarot card reader who, if you understand Spanish or French, will tell you your fortune in the candlelight.

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Passeig de Gràcia (3 mins walk)

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Best Bars Barcelona ~ Banker's Bar 

Best Bars Barcelona ~ Banker's Bar 

31 ~ BANKER'S BAR

The cocktails at the plush 5 star Mandarin Oriental Hotel are amongst some of the best we've tried in Europe. The decor is also impressive with a sleek, black bar counter, black leather chairs and soft lighting surrounded by bank deposit boxes on the walls and ceilings, offering more than a nod to the building's former use. Some of the safes are apparently still used to store bottles purchased by returning customers. Whilst here, you may also want to pay a visit to the hotel's new rooftop Terrat bar, which offers amazing views and sunshine if not as impressive drinks.

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Passeig de Gràcia (2 mins walk)

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Best Bars Barcelona ~ Ohla Bouteque Bar

Best Bars Barcelona ~ Ohla Bouteque Bar

32 ~ OHLA BOUTEQUE BAR

Right in the centre of the city, with views of Via Laietana avenue, this cool cocktail bar at the 5 Star Ohla Hotel is one of the most fashionable bars in Barcelona and offers fantastic cocktails. Headed by International award-winning bartender Giuseppe Santamaria, the drinks are as impressive as the beautiful building in which it is housed, previously a department store and once the palace of the First Prince of Barcelona.

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Urquinaona (1 minute walk)

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Best Bars Barcelona ~ 33 45

Best Bars Barcelona ~ 33 45

33 ~ 33 I 45

This busy hipster bar and art gallery is split into two different rooms. each decorated in pure industrial style mixed with vintage lamps and furniture design. Enjoy a gin and tonic or a cocktail with live music whilst relaxing on the sofas.

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Sant Antoni (5 mins walk)

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Best Bars Barcelona ~ Tinta Roja

Best Bars Barcelona ~ Tinta Roja

34 ~ TINTA ROJA

Amongst shabby takeaway shops on a small backstreet you'll find this quirky Argentine Tango bar and arts space. Decorated in red velvet drapes, dark woods, candle light, erotic paintings and restored antiques, it's split into four spaces including the main cabaret style theatre, an over-the-top take on a 1940's Buenos Aires dance hall. which plays host to dance performances. The bar offers cocktails made from the Argentine liquor Caña Legui as well as Argentine wines and tapas.

Cocktails €7.50+      Beer (0.5l) €4+      Wine  Not known

Pobel Sec (3 minutes)

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Best Bars Barcelona ~ Old Fashioned

Best Bars Barcelona ~ Old Fashioned

35 ~ OLD FASHIONED GIN TONIC & COCKTAIL BAR

Whilst it may not be as historic nor aesthetically pleasing as many of its adversaries in the city, this tiny modern cocktail bar in the lively Gracia district offers some of the best cocktails in Barcelona and is well worth checking out if you have a taste for high quality bespoke drinks. The attention to detail from the friendly bartenders is highlighted by the premium liquors used, together with the large collection of bitters and garnishes displayed on the bar.

Cocktails €8+     Beer (0.5l) €3+  Wine  Not known

Diagonal (4 mins walk)

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