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Bobby Gin

$$$$

C. Francisco Giner, 47, Barcelona
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People go absolutely nuts for gin & tonics here. As a foreigner who is likely used to a gin & tonic being a bottom-of-the-barrel well drink, it can be confusing at first, but once you encounter your first menu of 20 gin & tonic varieties, you start to get the picture. It’s always served in a giant goblet, and the preparation is akin to that scene in Love Actually where Mr. Bean won’t stop adding ribbons and herbs and add-ons to the gift he’s wrapping. Embrace it, because they’ve actually made the gin and tonic a refreshing and creative cocktail. Bobby Gin, in the charming neighborhood of Gracia, is your spot for them.

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