The Savoy is one of the most historical bars in Girona. It was set up in the 1930s and quickly became fashionable among the bourgeoisie. It was so trendy that among the stars who went there were Hollywood actors Ava Gardner and James Mason, who were in the area for to film 'Pandora and the Flying Dutchman'. The bar closed down in 1972 and, following a series of respectful renovation works based on the original design, it re-opened in the summer of 2011. The gastronomic options are also reminiscent of the classic Savoy: excellent breakfasts, snacks and evening cocktails. And now there's an added plus, in that you can also eat really well there at lunchtime. From Monday to Friday, for example, you'll find a set menu of one plate, dessert, bread and drink for just €8.50, or, if you're feeling more peckish, two plates, dessert, bread and a drink for €11.50. They have WiFi and a big television screen, which is great for watching Barça in action.