Barcelona Nightclub Data Sheets

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Barcelona Nightclub Data Sheets

“Hey, it’s just a day in the life,
Club nights, one of the reasons I love life”
– Malice

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“Why, a visiting bishop asked Antoni Gaudí, did he trouble himself so much about the tops of the towers of The Sagrada Familia? After all, no one would ever see them. ‘Your Grace,’ Antoni Gaudí said, ‘the angels will see them.’Homage to Barcelona

This is a real valuable Data Sheet as this information is very hard to find on the internet, and almost everyone (one person came up aces) I asked prior to coming to Barcelona came up deuces.

This list is by no means definitive or exhaustive. Nor am I claiming. These are just some spots I was able to figure out that have mad fly girls; if you can get in.

Hotel Omm – great spot for a smooth cocktail to get your bearings straight. This was where I got stepped to by The Barcelona Nightlife Princess that was invaluable and introduced me to the fashion crowd, model dividends.

Solo Restaurant and Lounge – good on Friday nights and Saturday nights. 80% of the girls in here will be pretty fly. Near Hotel Omm. Closes at 3pm I think, but if you got juice, you can stay later. I had it.

Oshum – pretty sick club that stays open way late. Good on Fridays for sure. Scallywag behavior is possible here. Fly girls as well.

Broadbar – Want to see Spanish people dance salsa to hip-hop? Neither do I, but this place is pretty sick on Wed night. Tried to pull and “Inverse” Vicky Cristina on two fly 21 year old Catalan girls here, to no avail. But still ended up swooping one of them two nights later. Real solid spot, closes at 3pm.

Bikini – Crazy club open super late, good on Wed night. Probably other nights as well.

Sutton Club – Thursday night spot. Mad fly girls.

Hyde – Pretty wack, but being Barcelona, there are still fly girls there.

Dry Martini – ill spot for stiff cocktail before attacking Carrer d’Aribau area. Suited Down is a must when you bust.

Other spots to consider:

Nick Havana
Seven Crowns (afterhours?)
Luz de Gas
Otto Zutz – haven’t been this time, but I used to chop up this spot as a 20 year old proto-type G. One of my old-school favorites.

As far as the Port Olimpic spots like CDLC, Shoko and Opium, I haven’t stepped. I am sure they are not too bad, but the Data Sheets I got was they are pretty touristy and International.

When I go to a place, I like to swoop the local girls. More difficult. And More Style Points.

Also, I heard The W Hotel is dope there, but I don’t do W Hotels.

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Again, this list is by no means everything. I should know, I am keeping a few dope spots to myself for now. If you look hard enough, have some moves and understand the rhythms of the night, you will find them too.

Bona sort!

The Rest is Up to You…

Michael Porfirio Mason
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15 Comments on "Barcelona Nightclub Data Sheets"

  1. The G Manifesto
    19/05/2010 at 3:02 am Permalink

    Taking notes as usual…

    MPM, give us some swoopin’ data.

  2. The G Manifesto
    20/05/2010 at 7:13 am Permalink

    Sorry, I just don’t believe the vast majority of claims on this blog.

    I live in Spain, and travel a lot.

    Whoever writes this blog, has probably been to the countries he talks about, although not necessarily.

    I also think that probably, but not necessarily, that the author is a male in his mid 30s, and that he enjoys drinking.

    But that he has some sort of fantasy lifestyle and is banging models left and right while dropping a couple grand on a night out?

    Of course not.

    People believe it, because they want to believe it. The author is a clever write who has figured out his target market, and fed them what they want.

  3. The G Manifesto
    20/05/2010 at 10:21 am Permalink


    Interesting comment. I myself had similiar thoughts when i first discovered this blog. I’m sure the author takes some “Artistic Freedoms” in his writing. The more I read the more I respected the opinions and insights presented. Little things like boxing, food, pro sports, along with the girls and travel make it higly entertaining for me. No where does it claim to be “100% Non-Fiction”. I guess what I’m saying is, just look at it as entertainment.

    And please continue to post here and on the Roosh Forum. We need more critical thinkers like yourself. I’m sure the “G” would respect your “straight-shooter”, no bullshit, mentality.

  4. The G Manifesto
    The G Manifesto
    20/05/2010 at 11:19 am Permalink


    DrArete and I had a tête à tête via email.

    Worked out well.

    – MPM

  5. The G Manifesto
    20/05/2010 at 3:26 pm Permalink

    Yeah, we went back and forth on email. He seems like a straight shooter, much of what he writes is probably true, although how much I have no idea. Whatever it is, it is entertaining, although I wouldn’t necessarily recommend treating anonymous internet postings as a guide to how to make your own decisions. Enjoy the stories on the blog, but anyone out there who wants success needs to use their own brains/balls.

  6. The G Manifesto
    21/05/2010 at 1:34 am Permalink

    ‘DrArete and I had a tête à tête via email.’

    Do share…

  7. The G Manifesto
    21/05/2010 at 2:43 pm Permalink

    Indeed interesting.

    Giovony, why do you think we need critical thinkers here?

  8. The G Manifesto
    Steven B.
    22/05/2010 at 1:09 pm Permalink

    This DrArete guy sounds like an idiot in his first comment. Doubting is a great self defense mechanism buddy.

  9. The G Manifesto
    23/05/2010 at 9:41 am Permalink

    People like DrArete are usually miserable with their own lives.

  10. The G Manifesto
    23/05/2010 at 10:22 am Permalink

    I want to chime in on DrArete’s initial comment. I personally “choose” to believe this blog is 100% real. Do I know that for certain? Of course not! What I do know for certain is that the life presented here IS 100% possible. The aspects regarding travel, money, beautiful women, and bold adventure is a life I want to live. For me, this blog is inspiration. Its of no consequence to me if the author, really lives this life, does so only in part, or is just a storyteller, because this blog is about waking up in your life and becoming the kind of man that YOU want to be. To be the sort of man who squeezes every last drop out of life. To actually LIVE your dreams and not wish it was your life. Sure its entertaining to read and perhaps thats all who read see, is entertainment and thats fine. And you don’t have to aspire to EVERYTHING you read here. Take what works for you, what excites you and work towards achieving whatever it is that fires your imagination. You aren’t here forever and when its over, its over. So don’t concern yourself about whether or not this blog is real. Think of it as a blueprint for a life a man, a true man, is meant to live.

    The rest is up to you…..

  11. The G Manifesto
    23/05/2010 at 2:01 pm Permalink

    I have been reading this blog for a long time. I love the tips, most of which, you cannot get anywhere else. My question is this, what is not to believe? I think one of the things I personally like about it is that it is very believable. Many of the nights described are similar nights that anyone with a little game would have. That is what makes it so funny and real.

    MPM. by the way, great information on barcelona clubs. I will use when going this summer. Keep it up.

  12. The G Manifesto
    24/05/2010 at 7:48 pm Permalink

    ahaha coby nailed it

    I mean, if you think hitting international nightclubs with a tailored suit and a confident swagger is the unattainable goal in a man’s life, you have some serious limiting beliefs.

    America vs Greece vs Japan

  13. The G Manifesto
    25/05/2010 at 10:47 am Permalink

    Time for a new post, this was a great data sheet (as you would call it) but this sad sap DrArete ruined it.

    Coby and L’Étranger nailed it.

  14. The G Manifesto
    26/05/2010 at 4:37 pm Permalink

    Instead of badmouthing, why not just take what the man gives you and put it to work?

    Like this right here:

    I’ve gotten great info from this blog about suits and Vegas, but the catalytics have paid out the best.

    Mahalo again for all of it.


  15. The G Manifesto
    30/05/2010 at 10:13 pm Permalink

    drArete clearly does not know WTF he is talking about. I’ve been to about half these joints… and will hit up the other half. indeed i came back to this site hoping MM would have some data on what’s hot not in BCN. The 1/2 i’ve been 2: are definitely worth it:esp: Sutton. I also concur that that the Shoko is the overly-international joint: but suppa-Mike sometimes that global flava is worth it. (me and a kiwi did a doubly VCB in that place…). (And if you just want to chill folks hit one of my all time favs: Segons Mercat. Two gay owners; who love suited down gents with fly honeys on their shoulders. easy to set-up: im-son-of-the-owner-game, after at least one friendly pre-visit with these fellas.) (Also Salsa-game is PERFECT with the no-dancing Catalans! even gringo salsa! f*ck u can even cumbia-game it…any1 can do that… they wont know. i promise u.)

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