Celler Panotxa Barcelona

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Celler Panotxa is more than a mere neighborhood bar in Barcelona’s Clot area; it’s the epicenter of good vibes and an unexpected mix of styles. Stepping into this place, you quickly realize it’s anything but ordinary. The owner, rocking skinny jeans and a black tee, sets the tone for this heavy metal-themed haven, adorned with flags and band posters. But don’t let this fool you – the music here is a timeless mix that appeals to everyone, regardless of their usual playlist.

The crowd at Celler Panotxa is an eclectic mix, predominantly young and spanning various styles. Interestingly, the owner might be the only true heavy metal fan around. This diversity extends to their menu, which is surprisingly comprehensive. Think caviar and champagne – yes, they have it! – along with a range of delicious tapas and small plates. Taking advice from the owner is always a wise choice.

The heart of Celler Panotxa is its spacious terrace, usually bustling but with a quick table turnover, making it worth a brief wait. The interior, in contrast, is so snug that it can only accommodate a few. The owner is a character in himself, bouncing from table to table, engaging with everyone, familiar or not. His presence adds to the lively, joyful atmosphere that permeates the place.

One thing is consistent at Celler Panotxa: the unmistakable sense of happiness and good vibes radiating from every table.

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Cesar from Barcelona

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Details about this spot



Carrer de Sant Joan de Malta, 53, Barcelona

Telephone number


Opening Times

Tue - Sat 12:00 - 15:30 & 18:00 - 22:30, Sun 12:00 - 16:00


Octopus: € 18


Last Changed Date: 2016-05-19 11:45:13 +0200 (Thu, 19 May 2016)