C/ Bòria, 17 | Barcelona
Monday – Thursday: 13-16h + 19-01h
Friday – Saturday: 13-02h
People who love cats this much are terrifying. Fortunately for Cat Bar, veganism, vegetarianism, massive piles of food, and craft beer are all very much de moda in Barcelona, and this is how they lure us in. Like Macrobiotic Zen (though not to the same degree), credit is due for opening and hanging in there long before this lifestyle choice became as hot as the fixie shop next door. The beer probably helped; their list is so extensive it could have featured in last month’s shortlist. The food has come along nicely since the beginning, and while they expanded their selection for a while, people just kept asking for the burgers so now they increased the options there and reduced a bit elsewhere. Portions are generous. The hummus is mmm, mmm good, served with the fresh baked bread (also featured as their hamburger buns) that they sometimes bake with beer instead of water. The fries are huge fresh wedges of potato. We never have space for dessert.
What neighborhood are you and why? The Born Gothic border near the Metro.
Name three regulars … Cat in the Hat, Fat Freddies Cat and Cheshire Cat.
What your customers should know about your business? It has proper beer and good burgers.
If your bar / restaurant / cafe were an animal , what animal would it be Cat.
What color are the walls? Red White and cats.
San Miguel , Estrella, Estrella Galicia Moritz?
Brew Dog PUNK IPA.
Something I never give a client: Dead animals.
What would you do with 100,000 euros? Open another CatBar
Name up to 3 bars , restaurants , shops and local favorites Barcelona ( not yours): Casa Perris, the Guitar Bar.
What would serve them, in order, Puig, Rajoy and Yoda?
Beer beer and beer.
Meat or vegetable? Vegetable.
If you can't make this party the next will be a live screening of the other Jeremy on this next show with the Hamster and Captain Slow...probably.
And in case you are wondering I'm from Barrow-in -Furness, if you're Irish its near Sellafield, from anywhere else, it near Scotland, and I have people to speak Spanish for me, "Google translate" which doesn't help, and a Babel fish which won't go in my ...