The diminutive Milk bar in Barcelona's Barri Gotic has been a congregation point for the city's resident international set, and hipper tourists, for a number of years now, and it's easy to see why. Everything is done with a touch of class, from the retro-chic wallpaper of 1950s designer Florence Broadhurst, to a tantalising cocktail menu of classics and originals that gets the taste buds purring - try the Whiskey Savage, Bling Bling or Boozy Rouge Beri if you don't believe us! And, as the bar is Irish owned, guests can also opt for a refreshing Magners cider or Guinness, as both are available by the bottle. Milk's kitchen also rustles up a mean dish or three (menu on their website), whilst a bigger badder version of the bar exists in Raval, in the shape of sister venue Marmalade.
A homey vibe and nice brunch and cocktails. Worth to visit day or night time.
reviewed by Nora from Hungary on Aug.02.2017
Visited here for first time around two months ago and it was a bit quieter at first (it was winter) but we received great service from the staff members and enjoyed the cool atmosphere with friends. Slowly more and more people arrived from the street until it was nearly full and we ended up chatting about to one or two different groups of people. The bar seems to be popular with females...
reviewed by Carlos from Colombia on Apr.27.2015
when looking for the best BRUNCH in Barcelona. Look no further than Milk. I have been to barc numerous times on business and always make my way here. Sit back, enjoy the unique ambience and a cup of barrys tea while surveying the wonderful menu that owner Rebecca has put together. From a little something with berrys to the full irish with a twist. They serve amazing cocktails and do a full dinner menu (also mouthwaterinig and very inexpensive) The music, quirky pictures on the wall and staff (expecially Rebecca) who bursts out in song every so often.. this is a must for everyone visiting this great city. You never know who you will meet here as it is visited by the odd celeb.. who too make their way here to soak up what this little bar has to offer. Thank you to the rest of the staff for being so friendly and helpfull each time I visit. Keep up the good work guys. Your're doing a great job. (they also have a sister bar in the Raval called Marmalade) another amazing place where they also do brunch/full menu/cocktails. Also a must to visit.
reviewed by Gerard from Ireland on May.20.2012
great venue. Good for going with friends and also meeting new people. as its small its nice and intimate. Good mix of locals and foreigners
reviewed by Paul from United Kingdom on Oct.31.2011