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We went on a night when live music was being played and the ambience was delightful. The staff were very friendly and there was an extensive gin menu. Perhaps overpriced - the price of their "special" gin for the evening - plankton gin - was...More
This place is sooooo cool it’s unbelievable! A ‘hidden’ cocktail bar on the most Bohemian part of town where they REALLY know their cocktails and their care for the customer is as high as the top of Montserrat! Even the music is classic Jaz or...More
Me and my boyfriend were recommended this place and were not dissapointed!
I'm not a gin fan but I tried several cocktails and they were amazing! Really nice atmosphere, good music and good staff. This is definitley a must visit place while in Barcelona!
Fantastic hidden bar! Boasting an extremely friendly welcome to all. It gives you a warm and cosy feeling from the moment you walk in. Staff are great, they really know their stuff and will help you decide on your tipple. Drinks are beautiful and reasonably...More
Based on a Speakeasy theme this gin bar, located on a tiny street in the Gothic Quarter, is well worth a visit. They have creatively fun handcrafted cocktails, and house made flavored gins. The bar itself is super cool with a hipster vibe. The bartenders...More
Popped in pre dinner and ended up staying longer than we meant to! Ema served us a gin first, infused with orange, clove and nutmeg then we ventured onto his recommended cocktails according to our tastes in spirits. I had an amazing Lagavulin-based cocktail and...More
Great cocktails with a different twist. Atmosphere was good but our experience was ruined by having to wait 40mins for a drink that we ordered and never received despite not being that busy. Needless to say we left disappointed.
This bar was the perfect end to our busy day in Barcelona. Hidden in the ally ways, we stumbled across this awesome cocktail bar.
The bartenders were very inviting, seated instantly with menu’s. They even have a section for the instagramer’s, cocktails presented in impressive...More
Best cocktail bar! We stayed in Barcelona for 4 days. Our second night and we came across this bar. We planned on staying for one drink and ended up there for hours until 2am trying pretty much everything the bar woman made in front of...More
The labyrinth that is El Born becomes most apparent the moment you turn down one of its side streets. But this is one of the few labyrinths you might actually enjoy losing your way in. After all, there are few places that live and breathe such exciting energy regardless of the time of day. This neighborhood seamlessly transcends the old and new parts of the city, reflected in its vast array of restaurants
ranging from fancy Michelin-star establishments to trendy fusion restaurants. Here you'll find historical and cultural attractions such as the popular Picasso Museum and the Gothic cathedral La Santa Maria del Mar, where you just might be able to catch a traditional Catalan wedding.
Cala n Forcat Menorca - restaurant recommendations please? (10 Replies)
We are going to Cala n Forcat in June, grateful for any restaurant recommendations. Thanks. Dux.
April 19, 2014|
Hi Dux We have been going to CnF for the past 18 years and love to go to La Parada, which is opposite Hotel Los Delfines. It has excellent food and the welcome is warm and genuine. We also like Es Replec which is on the main street, good food and good value for money. Cuitadella is just a short bus/taxi ride away and a range of authentic Spanish restaurants. Hope this helps Sharon
Shopping for porcelain and pottery in prague (1 Replies)
We are planning to visit Prague in December and would like to buy some Royal Dux or similar. Can anyone recommend the best places buy.
July 04, 2005|
Either in the Rott shop in Male namesti just behind the Old Town Square or in the Cesky Porcelian shop on Jugoslavska street, midway between Namesti Miru and IP Pavlova metro stations.