Sasha Bar is hard to miss. Walking through Poble Sec, its large outdoor terrace cheerfully begs for attention, with a fuzzy, green astro turf wall and menu items scrawled in colourful writing on the windows–not to mention the huge neon sign. Once inside, the 30-page menu proves just as quirky, with booze-inspired quotes and vintage photos scattered throughout. The spacious room looks like it could fit a few more tables, but they aren’t necessary–this is the kind of place where a dozen friends crowd around one table together, while sampling the bar’s extensive selection of drinks. Craft beers, wines, G&Ts, cocktails–there’s a reason the menu is so long. There’s plenty of food on offer, too, from notched up versions of tapas bar classics, to tantalising homemade cakes and desserts. With all this in mind, there’s no reason to not set up camp and settle in for the evening.
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