Ocaña

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.

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Monvínic

Monvínic was founded in 2008 by Sergi Ferrer-Salat and has since become internationally renowned as a center for the promotion of the culture of wine: named as one of the five best wine bars in the world for wine and food pairing by the Food & Wine Magazine and called the best wine bar by the Wall Street Journal.

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Zona d’Ombra

Situated in the historic Jewish Quarter in the heart of Barcelona, Zona d’Ombra is a wine cellar and bar (enoteca) offering over 200 national and international wines and and specializing in wines from Catalunya.

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Fàbrica Moritz Barcelona

Moritz launched in 1856 and at first brewed their beer in a small factory in the Raval neighborhood. In 1864 the the company moved to a larger space on Ronda de Sant Antoni, where production took place for just over 100 years.

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Torre Rosa Cocktail Bar

Torre Rosa Cocktail Bar is situated in an old Indiano mansion dating from the early twentieth century. In 1987 it became a cocktail bar, thanks to the initiative of the Reig Clavell family, who gave it the name Torre Rosa.

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Bar Marsella

Dating back to 1820 Bar Marsella is said to be Barcelona’s first bar and has been frequented by the likes of Picasso and Hemingway.

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