This smoking yet non-smoky bar serves up some of the best happy hour deals in Chinatown. (The name means Chinatown in Spanish, by the way.) And after nagging from punters, it’s now open during the day. Whereas you used to have to rely on other restaurants for sustenance, Barrio has now opened up its own kitchen. Try the bruschetta ($10 for a dozen), which will more than keep the hunger pangs at bay until dinner. A happy-hour glass of wine is $6, rising to $12 during regular hours.
Barrio Chino was included in our recent Eye on the ball feature.
|Venue name:||Barrio Chino||Contact:|
60 Club Street
|Opening hours:||Mon-Thu noon-midnight, Fri noon-2am, Sat 4pm-midnight.|
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Nothing fancy for this Bar, it's pricey and surely over rated. Moreover the manager has no sense of trade and customers relation : when a group of people buy more than 50 pints and when one of them breaks by mistake one glass eveywhere in the world the manager gives another free of charge...except in Barrio chino !!!