Los Cojones is run by people behind Llamas (check the Bar Llamas article) and Milli Miglia (check the Bettola Milli Miglia article), both known for their genuine atmosphere and attention to detail. It fits in the same category easily. Despite its name, the atmosphere in Los Cojones is relaxed, the decor is nice and the staff is very friendly.
Usually when I end up there, I’ll have some tasty pinchos (á € 2.50) and a bottle of Estrella Inedit. On my first visit I gathered enough courage to try the red wine pissing statue located at the bar, which probably isn’t there anymore. For € 4 a glass it wasn’t as bad as I supposed. And there’s some good cocktails and wine of course available.
If you are looking for a huge selection of beers, Los Cojones is in a lightweight class. It has a basic selection of local lagers and some nice, mostly Spanish, imported alternatives. But you know, maybe beer sipping is not a reason to come here in the first place.
Weekends are quite busy plus there might be DJ’s playing in the evenings. So it’s the pintxos, the vibe and cojones in general that make this place worth the andale, andale, arriba arriba.
Los Cojones | Bars | Drinks from € 5
Tue 18:00 – 01:00, Wed – Sat 18:00 – 03:00