Time Out says
Calders Bar sets a high bar for vermouths and wines in the Sant Antoni neighbourhood. Its terrace is tucked into a quiet corner and seating there is hard to come by, since once anyone gets a coveted chair and table, it's tough to get them to leave. Life is good here, and you could easily stay all day, having breakfast, vermouth, snacks... In fact, they serve food whenever they're open, so you can always have a bite to go with your tipple. Settle in with a vermouth from Reus with a full plate of nachos, thickly cut potato chips served with three sauces, excellent anchovies, cold cuts, cheeses, hummus... Or swap your vermouth for a well-poured beer and carefully crafted G&Ts if you're staying for a while. So, time for another round?
|Transport:||Poble Sec (M: L3)|
|Opening hours:||Mon-Thu 5pm-2am; Fri 5pm-2.30am; Sat 11am-2.30am; Sun 11am-12.30am|
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I visited 'Bar Calders' whilst spending some time in Barcelona for Christmas and the New year. I had the pleasure of Meeting the owner Ramon (Also an amazing artist) and spent many enjoyable evenings at Bar Calders with Ramon and his Great Team of Staff. The New Years eve party was amazing!! great musi!!,great food!! and fantastic hospitality!! I would highly recommend 'Bar Calders' and if you like Gin they have a great range and mix a superb gin and tonic finished with a selection of berries and garnishes to suit each type. So a must visit when in 'Barcelona' See you soon!! Parlament, 25 Sant Antoni Barcelona 08015
I was inspired by reading this TimeOut feature and review to seek out Bar Calders on my first visit to Barcelona last September. The vermouth drink was delicious and enchanting! The snack offered was scrumptious! Lovely bar & patio - visited the bookshop next door as well and found a spanish translation of a famous Virginia Woolf speech, which I purchased immediately as well as a spanish translation of "The Little Prince". My companion and I made our way through the winding streets west of La Rambla boulevard to get there, but next time I'd approach from the Avenue Parallel and head east at Parlament.