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L’Ovella Negra

4 April 2013 No Comment

In our series of cool places to spend some time when the day is getting close to its end we shall take a look at a place that has gained great popularity within our team. It is called L’Ovella Negra. There are many of these “black sheep” in Barcelona, so here we will concentrate on a few of them. Located on the Carrer de les Sitges which can be found near las Ramblas and Plaça de Catalunya, the “Taverna Rustica” is the perfect location when someone gets the legendary idea of “hey, we should have a few drinks somewhere”.  There are foosball tables, darts and pool available and enough room for you, your friends and your friends’ friends. Full of long wooden tables and decorated like the name “taverna rustica” suggests, this version of L’Ovella Negra definitely delivers what it promises; a nice moment with a glass of something refreshing and cheap in your hand. However, remember not to go too many times because the people at the door are moody and don’t exactly appreciate the frequent visitors for some reason.

If you are willing to travel away from the center to the area called Poble Nou, you will find another edition of L’Ovella Negra. Indeed this one is a difficult place to miss, being a “Mega Taverna” with over 2000 square meters. It is basically the same as the abovementioned black sheep in the center of the city, but the key words here are MORE MORE MORE! It is located near the Marina metro station, in the corner of the streets of Zamora and Pallars. If you’re thinking of going to one of the Black Sheep to watch a match of FC Barcelona, this video should give you an idea of how the atmosphere is.


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