Mind your head – actually, it’s more like bend double – as you enter this intriguing cellar bar, presciently named ‘bump on the head’. Once inside enjoy the cosy atmosphere with mellow soundtrack, friendly regulars and walls plastered with graffiti and notes. The mojitos (€4) are served out of a mint-filled teapot on the bar and are great.
For quality drinks and well-curated sounds in a welcoming, relaxed but stylish atmosphere, head out of the mayhem of the Barrio to this place, with a friendly local crowd and hipster tendencies. Regular events include DJs, literary readings and dance classes
Friendly and sociable, this is an attractive space with exposed stone, flamboyant lighting and other designer touches. The drinks are decent and it opens until late: a good option if you don’t fancy the mayhem of the Barrio.
One of the Barrio’s most reliable spots for a decent drink, with a friendly, bohemian atmosphere and good rock and metal sounds. It also runs a live-music venue and nightclub on the port.