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Where to drink vermouth in Gràcia

Written by Garry Gallon

Drinking a glass of vermouth on a Sunday afternoon is a Spanish tradition all over the country, and the same goes in Barcelona. Although drinking vermouth had declined as a social pastime until recently, now it is facing a massive resurgence among the young. So much so that there are companies that are dedicated to offering vermouth tours for visitors to Barcelona. One of the prime spots is the trendy neighborhood of Gràcia, which offers a huge selection of great vermouth bars to take a tour around. However, if you want to save money, you can seek out the best on your own, and to that end, we at ShBarcelona have compiled a list of the very best bars in Gràcia to drink vermouth.

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Bodega Manolo

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If you feel like taking a relaxing Sunday walk at your own pace, why not wander through Gràcia and stop off at Bodega Manolo before you head out for Sunday lunch? Bodega Manolo is one of the oldest wine bars in the neighborhood, and boasts a wide selection of vermouth to sample. They also sell vermouth and brandy in bulk.

Address: Carrer del Torrent de les Flors, 101


Another old school place to drink vermouth in Gràcia doesn’t actually have an official name, but locals call it either Tano or Can Miseria. Because it is very popular among residents, the tables and bar tend to be full on Sunday mornings. But if you can get in, this charming vermutería boasts some of the best vermouths in Gràcia. It also has a reputation as a great tapas bar, offering some great bites to eat including olives, prawns and squid.

Address: Carrer de Joan Blanques, 17

Contact: 932 13 10 58

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Our final suggestion on where to have a Sunday aperitif  in Gràcia, Roure is a classic bar with a homey charm, where it is not uncommon to see local families congregating for a Sunday vermouth. If lunch is a long way off, then you might consider ordering some of their great tapas or a bocadillo. They also have a fantastic set menu. Their specialty is a delicious tuna salad, and of course, a range of great vermouth. What better plan for a Sunday morning than to settle down in a cozy place with a glass of vermouth and tapas?

Address: Carrer de Luis Antúnez, 7

Contact: 932 37 74 90

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About the author

Garry Gallon

A Scotsman living in Barcelona who loves the culture of the city, and finding out about what it has to offer.

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