Bar Salvatge


50 Carrer de Verdi, Barcelona
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Salvatge—Catalan for savage or wild—is a term used to describe the most unconventional of natural, biodynamic wines, and there are certainly some vintages on tap here with enough funk to put hairs on your chest. Others are more delicate, like the Catalan Airen pet-nat that makes for an excellent and minerally aperitif or the Mallorcan Clarete that’s smooth with a touch of yeast finish. Really, anything on the list at this busy natural wine bar in Gràcia is going to be great—so order a bottle, find a seat at the communal tables among the Gràcia locals and tourists, and enjoy Tears for Fears playing on the sound system. The food menu is more of an afterthought, but the Catalan cheese and charcuterie platters make for a solid snack.

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