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Where to drink in Barcelona: The Lime House

Where to drink in Barcelona: The Lime House

The Lime House is the younger, bigger sister of the awesome Rubi. Opened in May 2014, and run by the same team, they keep the best things about Rubi the same, simply on a larger scale. The same playlist & friendly service; with a bigger food menu, more homemade gins, more flavours of Mojito to choose from (Sake Mojito anyone?) and more room to sit. For me it loses some of the charm of Rubi as I prefer my drinking establishments intimate…

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Where to drink in Barcelona: Tasca el Corral

Where to drink in Barcelona: Tasca el Corral

Carrer de la Mercè is a fantastic street for bars & tapas restaurants; and if you fancy some cider and cheap & cheerful service then this is your place. Another no-frills bar with simple rustic & delicious food, to be washed down with a bottle of cider or the local speciality ‘leche de pantera’ (panther milk). The staff are friendly, and patient, posing for photos as they pour the cider as should be done – from a height! Then cheerfully…

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Where to Drink in Barcelona: Rubi Bar & Restaurant

Where to Drink in Barcelona: Rubi Bar & Restaurant

A fantastic bar hidden in the maze of streets in the Born.  Like La Isla de Muerta it can only be found by those who knows where it is…. Although that’s clearly not true I can only find it by retracing the same route every time, if I try another way I always get lost!  Renowned for their gin and tonics, I prefer the mojitos, especially the strawberry ones.  Great value at €3.50 for a normal mojito, and €5 for a…

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