Set in the historic Plaça Reial dating back to the 1848, Ocaña is named after painter, anarchist and LGBT activist, José Pérez Ocaña (1947-1983). Ocaña was a well-known figure on the Rambla and in Plaça Reial, then becoming the hub of a new urban counterculture. Ocaña’s 1200 square meter space offers 2 different restaurants: the Café […]
In 1960, entrepreneur Joan Rosselló converted a bar called Brindis, located at Plaça Reial number 17, into a jazz club called Jamboree, a Zulu word meaning meeting of tribes.
Razzmatazz, often referred to as “Razz” is an iconic nightclub and concert venue that was established in 2000. The club is located in the industrial landscape of Barcelona’s Poble Nou neighborhood. It’s name is said to be derived from the song of the same title by the British band Pulp.
Opium is located near Port Olímpic, on an attractive beachfront strip. The left tower in the background of the photo is the luxurious Hotel Arts. By day Opium is a restaurant with a seaside terrace and at night it transforms into a trendy club featuring world famous DJs.