Bharma

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Bharma "Fans of the TV series Lost are in for a treat at Bharma._x000D_ Barcelona Spain 41.3987983 2.1944829
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Bharma - Bar in Barcelona.
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Party Earth Review Fans of the TV series Lost are in for a treat at Bharma. The owner has gone to great lengths to pay tribute to his favorite show, starting with the airplane tail embedded in one wall and continuing with the vault-like... ... read full review

  • Hours:

    Th 6pm–midnight, F–Sa 6pm–3am, Su 6–10pm

  • Recommended as:

    • Night Spot

Party Earth Bharma Review

The Scene

"Fans of the TV series Lost are in for a treat at Bharma._x000D_

Fans of the TV series Lost are in for a treat at Bharma.

The owner has gone to great lengths to pay tribute to his favorite show, starting with the airplane tail embedded in one wall and continuing with the vault-like doors of a secret bunker set into some polystyrene rocks and a stone temple that leads to the bathroom.

Even the name is a play on the show’s clandestine Dharma Initiative research project, and the bar’s logo is shamelessly lifted from the distinctive octagonal Dharma emblem.

(Don’t tell J. J. Abrams)

That shape is repeated in the form of an expansive window, a scattering of metal tables, and both of the venue’s two bars, which are decorated with glowing octagonal symbols featuring arrows, snakes, rabbits, and other hieroglyphs.

But Bharma is more than just a museum for TV fans, and when its razor-sharp resolution screen isn’t tuned to the series, it shows FC Barcelona matches or 80s films on Thursday’s Back to the Movies night.

On most nights, small groups of trendy geeks, students, and other academic types drop by for a low-key beer or two and some relaxed conversation with friends, although inevitably the occasional “Lostie” turns up to gawk at the bar and sample a Bharma beer.

Science fiction buffs or not, patrons at Bharma will have found a classic theme bar where nerds can be nerds and get a little drunk to boot.

So long as they press the button in 5…4…3…2…

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Tip from Jonah:

Who knew there were so many Lost fans in the world? Bharma is a true haven for them, with the theme perfectly carried out right down to the creepy jungle sounds in the bathroom.

  • Crowd

    Trendy yet casual academic types and Lost fans, late teens to early 30s.

  • Entertainment / Music

    Playlist of bar tunes. High-definition TV tuned to Lost, movies, or sports.

  • Food / Miscellaneous

    Sandwiches and snacks.

  • Prices

    Beer €3, mixed drinks €5.

  • What to Wear / Dress Code

    Casual.

  • Hot Nights / When to Go

    Thursdays around 9pm for 80s movies, weekends for drinks.

Bharma User Reviews

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Jody P. Dec 12, 2012
If you are a Lost fan or a sci fi fan, you must go to Bharma. There is no place like it. The bar has hints from the show Lost everywhere - including an airplane tail from Oceanic sticking out of the wall. I had the pleasure of meeting the owner and chatting with him for awhile. He has a special beer and energy drink that he sells at the bar. The labels are either black or white to represent Jacob and the man in black (i know, i'm a nerd). But there are other cool references to lost everywhere in the bar. Now, the bar typically has game of thrones on the tv when we go there.
Bharma is a great place grab a beer and hide out from those pesky smoke monsters.
Melissa C. Sep 13, 2012
Bharma is a bar themed off one of my favorite television shows, LOST. You walk into the bar and it’s like you're walking into the DVD extras made of the best clips from the show. The tail end of an Oceanic plane sticks out from one wall, while the famous hatch leading to the Swan station was on another wall complete with the numbers 4 8 15 16 23 42 etched in. There are two full serving bars decorated with Dharma Initiative symbols for each of the stations on the island. TVs play LOST episodes throughout the place and the bathrooms, well the ladies bathroom at least, play jungle sounds or sirens heard on the show. The beers they serve are even Dharma labeled and one of the cheapest at only 2.50 euro. The atmosphere was great, music was 80’s rock (though I’m not sure if that’s the norm), the bar was crowded and beers were cheap. They serve food during the day which I haven't tried but I plan to on my next visit. I would definitely recommend checking this place out whether you're a fan of the show or not, Bharma will not disappoint.
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