Dry Martini Bar

Cocktail Bar / Restaurant
Dry Martini Bar Waiters in white tuxedos, racing-green leather sofas, and a whiff of cigar smoke greet customers at the Dry Martini Bar, a traditional cocktail joint that has garnered an impressive reputation thanks to the quality of the drinks... Barcelona Spain 41.3925175 2.1539108
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Dry Martini Bar - Cocktail Bar | Restaurant in Barcelona.
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Party Earth Review Waiters in white tuxedos, racing-green leather sofas, and a whiff of cigar smoke greet customers at the Dry Martini Bar, a traditional cocktail joint that has garnered an impressive reputation thanks to the quality of... ... read full review

  • Hours:

    M–F 1pm–2:30am, Sa–Su 6:30pm–3am

  • Recommended as:

    • Night Spot

Party Earth Dry Martini Bar Review

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Waiters in white tuxedos, racing-green leather sofas, and a whiff of cigar smoke greet customers at the Dry Martini Bar, a traditional cocktail joint that has garnered an impressive reputation thanks to the quality of the drinks...

Waiters in white tuxedos, racing-green leather sofas, and a whiff of cigar smoke greet customers at the Dry Martini Bar, a traditional cocktail joint that has garnered an impressive reputation thanks to the quality of the drinks and of the food at the adjoining Speakeasy restaurant.

Row upon row of martini, spirit, and liqueur bottles sparkle on the shelves behind the polished wooden bar, all reflected in the square mirrored columns.

Framed paintings adorn the mahogany walls and include a piece featuring a martini glass and olive painted in the style of Mondrian.

Amid all the finery, an affluent and contented clientele reclines on the plush sofas, exchanging golf tips or discussing yachting holidays as drinks are delivered to their tables on silver platters.

Although the majority of clients are on the older side, younger alpha males stop by as well, either in groups or with well-dressed señoritas, to enjoy the boys-club atmosphere.

No matter the age or gender, however, none of the guests are in any hurry to finish their martinis – each a minor masterpiece mixed by the expert bartenders.

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Tip from Adriana:

If you’re into new experiences, ask the barman for a Carnyvore cocktail, invented by owner Javier de las Muelas. Made of various ingredients including chili-infused vodka and strawberry purée, the drink is served in and consumed via a carnivorous Venus flytrap plant.

  • Crowd

    Mature couples and businessmen, some younger groups of international guys. Generally male-oriented crowd, though all are welcome.

  • Entertainment / Music

    Arguably the best-mixed martinis in the country.

  • Food / Miscellaneous

    Speakeasy restaurant, whose entrance is inside Dry Martini Bar just to the right of the bar itself, serves a varied menu that includes dishes like grilled crab and Iberian suckling pig.

  • Prices

    Beer €5, cocktails €10+.

  • What to Wear / Dress Code

    Smart casual. Shorts and sandals allowed.

  • Hot Nights / When to Go

    Busiest on the weekends.

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