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This is a nice little neighborhood bar in the middle of a gay area of Barcelona. The clients are mostly older than 55. It starts around 11 o'clock at night. I was there for gay pride and it was a fun night.
Those is a very nice and friendly gay bar with I have to say some of the best curated music I've heard in a bar. Do not expect show tunes despite the dozens of Broadway show posters on the wall. Rather it's an eclectic mix...More
This is a quirky, fun little bar with mainly older clientele that features no attitude and lots of class. The bar staff are cute and always polite, and the camp disco-lite soundtrack featured most nights helps cook up a good atmosphere.
We went on a Monday evening. It was quiet but had a nice atmosphere.
The decor is a little over the top; golden picture frames, mirrors etc but it's got class. Lots of old Broadway posters adorn the walls; old musicals are playing (muted) on...More
Very nice bar decorated to a high standard. Very eclectic mix of music with a predominately older clientele. Oscar on the door is very polite, friendly and welcoming , however there is a very rude and surly barman there who looks as though working here...More
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