This weekend looks like we will not have time to rest. If yesterday we talked about the Barcelona Beer Festival, now tell us that on Saturday March 14 Yzaguirre vermouth brand organized in the Gràcia a festival in which, besides enjoying the party itself, can take a free vermouth and tapa both we like. However,…
We talked sometimes original bars, but we know that many of you love Hawaiian bars. Well, you are in luck because Barcelona has 3 bars of this kind. Beyond its curious cocktails, served in beautiful theme glasses, best of Hawaiian bars is definitely the decoration of local …
HAWAIIAN BAR KAHALA
The first Hawaiian bar in Barcelona we want to talk about is called Kahala. It is located in a select area of Barcelona, the Diagonal, and is fairly close walking of Barcelona City Seven and Barcelona City Street accommodations (15 minutes walking away).
From outside you will realize that it is a Hawaiian, but once inside, you have no doubt. The cocktails are served in original and fun glasses.
HAWAIIAN BAR KAHIKI
Although its name is similar to above, have no relation;-)
It is located on Plaça Universitat, in the heart of Barcelona, just a few minutes walk from Barcelona City Centre and Barcelona City Ramblas. The biggest problem you may find is that many times is full and, according to what time you go in, if you are a couple they say you can not get in, because “only groups” can.
The interior atmosphere is very nice and fairly acclimated. It has the great advantage that it is in the center of Barcelona.
HAWAIIAN BAR ALOHA
For us, definitely the best of Hawaiians in Barcelona. Also located in the center of Barcelona, and in the middle of the other two. If you stay in Barcelona City Centre or Barcelona City Hotel (Universal), is very close to your accommodation.
The interior setting is the most successful of the three. Even the sound of water is heard. At the end of the bar have foosball, billiards and darts to play (nothing typical Hawaiian, but always like to many);-)
It is especially curious sounding music as you can hear all kinds of rhythms.
Usually also very crowded.
And you, do you know any more? Which one do you prefer?
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Licenciada en Periodismo y enamorada de Barcelona desde 1986. Disfruto escribiendo posts y haciendo fotos de mi ciudad natal para BCN City Hotels, tarea que combino con la comunicación y el marketing online y que me mantienen siempre hiper-conectada a Internet.
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