Margarita Blue

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Margarita Blue A trendy bar in the Barri Gòtic area, Margarita Blue is a social hub for the city's creative professionals that consistently lives up to its reputation for weekday antics and an all-around good time. Barcelona Spain 41.378001 2.1784126
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Party Earth Review A trendy bar in the Barri Gòtic area, Margarita Blue is a social hub for the city’s creative professionals that consistently lives up to its reputation for weekday antics and an all-around good time. During the week around... ... read full review

  • Hours:

    M–W, Su 7pm–2am, Th 7pm–2:30am, F–Sa 7pm–3am

  • Recommended as:

    • Night Spot

Party Earth Margarita Blue Review

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A trendy bar in the Barri Gòtic area, Margarita Blue is a social hub for the city's creative professionals that consistently lives up to its reputation for weekday antics and an all-around good time.

A trendy bar in the Barri Gòtic area, Margarita Blue is a social hub for the city’s creative professionals that consistently lives up to its reputation for weekday antics and an all-around good time.

During the week around 10:30pm, the bar likes to liven things up with magicians, drag queens, and trapeze artists, as well as hip DJs who spin laid-back tunes at a conversational volume.

Mirrored walls reflect both the performers and the chic patrons gathered to watch, while a huge multicolored backlit mural, vivid oil paintings of jazz musicians, and low-hanging lamps create a colorful yet intimate vibe.

There’s no dance floor at Margarita Blue, but no matter – the urbane crowd seems more interested in discussing their latest start-up websites and new media marketing strategies over a wellmade cocktail and a plate of delicious tapas.

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Tip from Emma:

Margarita Blue is always packed and always a good time on the weekends. However, the table service can be slow, so you may just want to hang at the bar.

  • Crowd

    Diverse and chic media types, mid-20s to 40s.

  • Entertainment / Music

    Funky lounge music, easy listening, and other mellow tunes. Various amusing acts perform throughout the week, including a resident magician on Wednesdays and Sundays and a trapeze artist on Thursdays.

  • Food / Miscellaneous

    Upscale tapas and snacks, including salads, tenderloin, fajitas, nachos, hamburgers, and fried green tomatoes. Excellent cocktails include piña coladas, Singapore slings, and blue margaritas.

  • Prices

    Food €5–€12.50. Beer €2.50+, wine €9.50+/bottle, cocktails €7+.

  • What to Wear / Dress Code

    Smart casual.

  • Hot Nights / When to Go

    Thursdays after 10:30pm to catch the famous trapeze show, but there’s a good atmosphere any night from Wednesday on.

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