This page will give the Gay travel tourist an outline of the Barcelona Gay Bar scene and form a good introduction for a few places to visit.
For information on Gay accommodation and Gay clubs etc see the foot of this page for related links.
Metro: Universitat, (Red Line, L1) or (Purple Line, L2) 10 minutes walk
Tuesday, Wednesday, & Sunday 20:00 - 00:00 midnight
Thursday, Friday, Saturday 20:00 - 03:00
This is a relatively new addition to the Eixample area. It's a large but cosy Gay bar/ club that is popular with the gay community but has an open attitude to anyone and everyone.
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The best thing about the Barcelona Gay bar is the events, live DJ sessions, exhibitions from new artists and film festivals, all make Sweet café somewhere funky for your pre-clubbing drinks. Look out for the flyers and posters (visible from their cherry logo) in the area that tell you what's on.
Consell de Cent, 257
Metro: Urgell, (Red Line, L1) 7 minutes walk
Daily 19:00 - 03:00
Atame (translates as tie me up) is a smallish, modern, Gay bar/ club right in the heart of Eixample. You will probably find it's mostly men ( I had a friend that went and found herself to be the only girl there) but although the bar's main clientele are gay it does welcome everyone.
This Gay Bar gets pretty busy on weekends so arrive early. There's a happy hour on Thursday evening and on Sundays from 23:00 there are live shows from drag performances to cabaret to the slightly more risqué.
Passatge Domingo, 3
Metro: Passeig, de Gràcia , (Green Line, L3) 3 minutes walk
Wednesday -Sunday: 23:00 - 05:00
Does what it says on the tin. This central bar is for bears (and cubs) and their admirers.
Metro: Universitat, (Red Line, L1) or (Purple Line, L2) 7 minutes
Everyday: 18:00 - 02:30
This large bar is well established in the gay scene and is a good meeting point. It's pretty funky and has differing exhibitions of new artists. Plus with each drink you buy you get a free ticket to one of the Arena clubs (of which there are 5), all popular gay clubs.