My girlfriend and I popped in for a quick drink whilst there was live music on. When we approached the bar the old barman quickly took a menu from the bar which I thought was odd. I asked for a beer and he poured me...More
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Tiny, backstreet French style bar that has become quite infamous for....well to put it politely, for being a bit shabby but also for its live music and for serving Pastis! It is crowded when there are about a dozen people in there. It was opened...More
We had a jolly time at Bar Pastis. It was not yet busy so not crowded, though you can see it would not take many bodies to create a crowd in this tiny French-inspired bar. Yet live music goes on here, locals and tourists rub...More
I first went to Bar Pastis back in the 80`s when I lived in Barcelona. You walked down the Ramblas, turned right at the sex shop, walked passed the transvestite prostitutes and down a dark narrow street to get there. Now after the gentrification of...More
We went in and before we even had time to decide if we liked the place the person behind the bar asked two or three time what we were going to drink. We asked for a moment, as you do in places run by normal...More
Covered floor to ceiling in retro nic nacs and memorabilia its a tight little spot but worth visiting for a quick cerveza, which is what we did.
My husband was so excited to go here! Very little, very neat.....every little corner had bric-a-brac galore. Definitely an interesting place to see.
We went to Pastis to listen to some live music and to meet with friends. When we got to the place, the friends still were not there so we decided to wait. A man (someone from the staff?) came up to us asking in spanish...More
Visited the small bar on a Thursday night. We knew before that there will be jazz. At 9 only a few people were in, but at 10 it was full and a swing trio on the tiny stage. Atmosphere was good, music ok and the...More