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Restaurants With Music And Dance For The New Year's Eve?

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Q: Hi My wife and I will celebrate New Years eve in Barcelona. Can you recommend a nice restaurant with music and dancing?

A: There are quite a lot of restaurants that open at New Year's Eve. We have made a choice, but recommend that you take a look at their websites to find out more about the district, place and kind of food, prices etc. Information regarding what will be taking place on New Years Eve is not necessarily on the websites. However, you can ask about this by calling the restaurants. You can also give them a call (they told me that they speak English) to make a reservation or send an e-mail to be sure you have a table. At some of the restaurants you may need to pay a certain amount for the reservation.



Our Insider Tip

Do not forget to make your reservation.

Remember that Spain is one of the countries if not the country where people have really late dinner. Therefore, as New Year's Eve is a special date, dinner may be later than usual for non-Spanish guests.

Also be aware of the Spanish New Year's Eve tradition where at midnight everybody has to eat one (big) grape with every sound of the gong during the last 12 seconds of the passing year. If you manage to eat all 12 with the last sound of the gong the wish you have made for the New Year will become reality. Good luck!


CDLC Club
Passeig Maritim Barceloneta, 32
08003 Barcelona, España.
Tel: +34 93 224 0470
Website: CDLC
Opening time for dinner: 21:00

Rita Blue
Plaça de Sant Agustí, 3
08001 Barcelona, España.
Tel: +34 93 342 4086
Website: Rita Blue
E-mail: [email protected]
Opening time for dinner: 19:00

Shoko
Paseo Maritimo de la Barceloneta, 36
08003 Barcelona, España.
Tel: +34 93 225 9200
Website: Shoko
Opening time for dinner: 20:00

There will be a New Year's Eve party going on.

For information about New Year's Eve Parties in Barcelona, please also check the link below:

Barcelona New Year's Eve Parties selection

Night Clubs Open At New Year's

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