Gràcia is a peaceful and welcoming neighborhood during the day but at night, it transforms into one of the hottest areas for partying.
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Located in Calle Gran de Gràcia, Alfa gathers a pretty eclectic crowd. The nightclub plays pop, rock, soul and funk. Those who are musicians have the opportunity of presenting their craft every Friday from 10 p.m. to 12 a.m.
Alfa is famous for their drinks, offering over 15 brands of rum, mojitos, caipirinhas, and their specialty, gin tonics with tea. For those who are looking for a place to celebrate with friends, Alfa rents one of their rooms with a private DJ, waiters, etc.
This modern-looking nightclub is located in a privileged spot, in Calle Córcega 327. The club has two dance floors, VIP areas, and it plays commercial music and hits from the 80s and 90s. Most of Duvet‘s crowd is between 30 and 45 years old.
There are two venues by Almodóbar group where you can go to party. One is located at Calle Grassot 36 and the other at Calle Bruniquer 59-61. Their venues are a mix between bar, disco and karaoke joint. Get ready to spend the night dancing to pachanga, pop, rock, house, and funk, because Almo2bar has it all.
One of the oldest and tiniest clubs in Barcelona, JazzMan Club is the only place in town that plays a variety of jazz styles, blues, and soul. The club often organizes jazz jam sessions with a number of veteran musicians and new artists. An oasis for jazz fans, the club can be found at Calle Roger de Flor 254.
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