Can Comalada was a Gràcia institution: it closed in 2008 and left a void in the hearts of Gràcia locals. It wasn't until August 2015 that the place came back to life, reincarnated as Bar La Rovira by the owners of other Gràcia spots, Coleccionista and Cara B. The Comalada family had looked over other offers, but none had been convincing enough.
So what's so attractive about La Rovira? For starters, there are 18 taps of craft beer, 15 of which are on a regular rotation. If you're a novice, your friendly brewmaster, Noe, or any of the wait staff for that matter, can give you the info you need before you spend your money. They'll even let you try a finger so you can be sure of your choice.
In addition to the beer, you can also get delicious grilled sandwiches with names of surrounding streets: the Reig i Bonet, for example, is chicken, avocado, onion and xipotle. They show Barça matches, have a beautiful jukebox with great singles, and at midday they offer a good lunch combo.