This venue is now closed.
Since its opening in August 2012, La Sue BCN has become one of the places for women to meet women. It's a popular place for girls to meet for Barça matches with a side of sandwiches, salads and tapas. If literature is more your leaning, they also organise poetry recitals and monologues, as well as providing a comfortable, welcoming place to catch up with your reading. Art exhibitions are regularly held, and special activities such as fancy dress Carnival parties mean this place has something for just about everybody.
|Venue name:||La Sue BCN [CLOSED]|
|Opening hours:||Summer: Wed-Sat from 7pm. Winter: Thu-Sun from 7pm|
|Transport:||M: Urgell (L1)|
Average User Rating
4 / 5
- 5 star:2
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- 2 star:1
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I personally know the couple running this venue and can confirm they are firm supporters of lesbian culture, art, sports, etc...and they are also the FIRST lesbian couple to ORGANIZE the Gay Pride March in Barcelona!
Their charm and warmth is so natural you automatically feel like at home. Sue runs the bar and floor and her partner Me runs the kitchen.
Food is not only fresh and tasty but also good value for money. Ambience is very chilled and comfortable (bar and chill out area with sofas and low tables).
Sue thrives to promote lesbian culture and always supports lesbian artists and entertainers, opening the doors of her home to a myriad of poetry readings, book presentations, art exhibitions, etc...This lively Brazilian woman will make you feel at home and take care of you, for sure!
If you are the sporty type of lezzie, La Sue Bcn also organizes sports events (paddle, football, etc) in Barcelona. Just pop by and ask for more info!
If you join their Facebook page you'll be informed of their events and be always updated on lezzie activities!
It is a nice place and there is a good atmosphere. The bad part is that one bar attendant, behind the bar counter, younger lesbian with a dark short dark hair was unpleasant. 1st she didnt return the exact change after I ordered a tea and straight away paid for it, 50c was missing; when I asked her where was 50c, her explanation was they didnt have a change, at 8:30pm ( there were at least another 8-10 customers there). I said I will be still around that she can give 50c back, later on. There was no intention on her side to do it, furthermore, I had to argue with her, 1 hour later, after having a tonic as well, whether she owed me 50c or what she was claiming I owed her 50c!!! Eventually when my voice was going louder and louder repeating that she has to give me back the right change, she finally gave in. She also understood English well and could express herself in English language well enough.