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Bitter Cocktail Bar

Bitter Cocktail Bar

Address Viladomat 17; 08015 Barcelona
between Parlament and Parallel
Neighbourhood Sant Antoni – Parallel | See on map
Metro Poble Sec [L3]
Telephone +34 93 532 7199
Website http://www.bitter-bar.com
https://www.facebook.com/bittercocktailbar
Hours Tues-Sun 19-02:30 (Fri-Sat until 03:00)

While Sant Antoni has emerged as the undisputed foodie district in Barcelona, there’s been such a dearth of bars in the area that any decent watering hole is considered something of a find. As luck would have it, Bitter Cocktail Bar is much more than decent.

It’s not what you’d call happening – for something livelier, you’ll still need to head up to Gayxample or, say, Mary Boone – but it’s a wonderful, modern take on the old school coctelería. Classically trained, the barmen know their drinks here, yet there’s also craft beer and wines for those who can’t be bothered with the mixing, shaking and stirring business, and there’s nothing dusty or stuffy about either service or interiors.

If you haven’t been fed yet, there’s also a short menu of sandwiches, cheeses and other nibbles to keep your alcohol concentration in check. Take a seat in the intimate, lounge-y back if you brought your own company and already know what you like to drink. If you’re by yourself, then plant your behind by the bar in front and settle in for the kind of mixologist small talk that comes with these kind of places. Sweet, not bitter.

Agenda

  • Brunch in the Park
  • March 26
  • Brunch in the Park
  • The Sunday daytime run-away party hit imported from Montréal in Barcelona.

  • Palo Alto Market
  • April 1 - 2
  • Palo Alto Market
  • Hit this monthly market in Poblenou to browse, socialize and, in particular, eat and drink.

  • WE Party Barcelona
  • April 14
  • WE Party Barcelona
  • It's the Madrid party that everybody is talking about, and it's made its way to Barcelona once again.

  • F1 Spanish Grand Prix 2017
  • May 12 - 14
  • F1 Spanish Grand Prix 2017
  • For boys who like the smell of burnt rubber and motor oil, it doesn’t get any better than the F1 Spanish Grand Prix.

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