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This Monday Make Sure To Get Nasty

5 Feb


If you like your girls like you like your jeans (cheap, skinny and trashy) head over to APOLO on Monday night (Feb 6th)  and raise your Budweiser to celebrate the 7th anniversary of NASTY MONDAY.

At this point Nasty Mondays has become a Barcelona institution for  glam rock, 80’s throwbacks, mixed with modern indie rock classics mixed by legendary God-like status DJ’s  MADMAX & SÖREN.



Sala Apolo- Nou De La Rambla, 111 Barcelona


6 May

With a following of 30-something creative types; Lexington Bar-Cafe has become the place to stop in for an after work drink, or a quick bite with friends. With an interior  that would make Don Draper proud, the bar boasts some great vintage furniture which give Lexington it’s hip MAD MEN feel.

On any given evening the music plays softly as portfolios, macbooks, and cocktails share table space in a bar which enjoys an endless parade of locals who,  like well dressed moths,  flock to a fabulous flame.

Serving both a lunch and a dinner Menu, Lexington is well-known for their burgers and club sandwiches with a great small dining room hidden in the back of the cafe. The space is a perfect option when celebrating a birthday or gathering a large group of friends.

The Price: $10-$30

The Vibe: Retro cool, relaxed atmosphere

The Scene: Neighborhood Locals, Creative Directors, Graphic Designers, Musicians, Bloggers , Social Media Directors & anyone with a smart phone.



C/ Muntaner, 108
08036 Barcelona
934 513 267
Metro: Provença


*Photos by: Jordi Carrasco


21 Jan

 Looking for a Bar in Barcelona can be hard, with so many options to choose from its like being a diabetic kid in a candy store. Yet, one place that has been around for a while, that is a must when doing a Raval Bar crawl is FRUTTI POP.

 If you’re looking for a low-key bar away from the tourists and a place to meet the locals, FRUTTI POP is just what the doctor ordered. With decoplage walls, red velvet curtains and a musically Schizophrenic DJ. This is a great place to go when you have a group of friends whose taste in music vary as much as their taste in liquor.


From Soul, Hip-Hop, Indie Rock & Reggae – Frutti pop keeps it mixed up,and is a perfect place to start off your night. If eclectic is what you look for in a bar; you will feel at home in this local hole in the wall in the upper Raval.

Since the place is small, the vibe seems to change every time I go depending on which type of people have taken over the place.  However, with 2 euro beers you really can’t complain. Tip: If you can squeeze through the crowds check out the collection of Vintage pictures in the bathroom.

Located behind the Teatro Goya, half the fun is finding the place… Find the theatre head down Joaquin Costas, First street on your left, half a block down on your left hand side.

** Personal note:Not recommended  to go searching for this bar if you drunk.

Frutti Pop: Passatge de Sant Bernat 3, Metro: Universitat