Suarri = swanky
The bald-headed bar tender made the best damn Mojito....ever! He used dark rum and a splash of seltzer.
The music was so good, even though it was just the house stereo. The atmosphere was north african in style but with the laid back lounge vibe of most bars in Europe. Mostly locals or people working there for the summer.
All in all good drinks, food and people!
Dress Code: Suave, relaxed, understated all the way.
Do not go in flashing you new duds.
Cadaques is chiiiiillll !
You have to go here! If you do nothing else during your entire trip to Cadaques, go to El Hostel around 1am for a really fun experience. From the outside, this discoteca looks like nothing special. On the inside, it looks like a house that has been transformed into a rather rundown museum celebrating both Gaudi and Dali. It's amazing, and you will meet so many people if you speak Spanish or Catalan. After the bar closes around 5am, several of the locals get together out in front and hang out for awhile.
Also, make sure to take a look at the sign or logo for this bar. It is hanging up outside of the entrance and you can kind of see it in the picture I posted here. Dali designed it. He and his wife Gala lived in a house not far from the bar. All of the newspaper articles you see hanging on the lattice fence in the front of the bar are articles about Dali and his connection to El Hostel.
Dress Code: Anything you want! Do not show up in a tuxedo though!