Barbanarama

Barbanarama

Cocktail bar in the center of Chueca

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About

In 2015 we were born with the idea of ​​being a place where everyone is welcome, with a heterogeneous concept where diversity and fun are combined.

We throw as much as we can from pop culture and the viral and we take advantage of any opportunity and date indicated to throw a theme party.

And also we do not forget that we are a meeting point and a platform to channel initiatives in general that support social projects, focused above all on our LGBTIQ+ collective.

In short, our main objective is to be one of your safe places.

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Barbanarama
4.5
Based on 128 reviews
Илья Пикула
15:55 03 Feb 24
I spent the night in this place last night. It's a wonderful experience. The music is super (pop), the bartenders are charming, the atmosphere is friendly. Great little atmospheric place.
Lewbert Iacono-Andrews
12:43 23 Jan 24
A fun, cute little queer bar. Full of drag race in TV, fab music and great service 🙂 we had a lot of fun there.
Amit Itzkovitch
09:14 06 Oct 23
This place is a must for Ru Paul's Drag Race lovers 🙂 A small bar where LGBT+ people are gathering to drink and watch the show, very nice!
ali rez
14:14 14 Aug 23
such a lovely fun bar playing some great spanish and pop music videos. great atmosphere and the boss is so nice and friendly - a must visit!
Anastasia M
06:15 11 Apr 23
If you're a lesbain or an identifying woman; please don't come here unless you're just overly comfortable with nothing but gay men from wall to wall. Outside of my significant, I and one other woman we were the only ones in there on Saturday. I absolutely love my community. However, you can tell exactly who they serve. I can't say it's because of my race or nationality that prevented them from serving me. I stood by the bar patiently for about 20 minutes. I witness the bartenders take shots with customers, serve people who just walked up and blatantly ignore me. On top of that, the bar was just overly crowded with men. It advertises itself as a LGBT+ bar and it's not. It's a straight up gay male bar and there isn't anything wrong with that but do better on being clear cut outside of stating LGBT and drag shows(which we didnt even see on Drag Queen) and treating your guest a bit better.
Andy Lax
17:43 31 Oct 22
This is the perfect neighborhood bar! The staff is friendly, the drinks are cheap & generous, and the crowd is cute and unpretentious. They play Drag Race from around the world, and there's no cover to get in giving you a great excuse to get out of the house and into Chueca.
Fabio Fabiano
17:43 31 Oct 22
Great intimate bar in the heart of Chueca!! Friendly staff and nice drinks!! They even offered us free popcorn!! Nice TV screens showing videos or Drag Race shows!!
Christopher Forde
22:37 24 Jul 22
Was here last night and really enjoyed ourselves.No cover entry charge like a lot of the other bars.Really lovely bar guys and a great friendly crowd,Drinks are approx 5€ for a spirit with a mixer.Interior is a little ott with a mix or drag artists lining the walls and kitch Chinese cats on the bar.Music is a mix between spice girls, Rhianna and Spanish Eurovision entries.Definitely worth a visit.
Cyrus Fernandez
15:42 11 Sep 21
I really enjoyed visiting this bar!!! Its q super friendly bar and I spoke pretty limited Spanish but the bartender was able to follow along and managed to order a few round of drinks. Stick to ordering beers or very simple mixed drinks (rum and cokes, vodka/ fanta, long islands). Pours are very generous. I was there on a thursday which was super chill. There were plenty of posters of rupauls drag race girls and frequently played many lipsyncs from the show. The bar also played a large variety of spanish and US 90s/2000s pop music.
Bastiaan Korneliusson
23:13 06 Mar 17
My new favourite gay bar in Madrid, even though we had to wait, the door guy was a delight and made the waiting fun. Drinks were good and so was the atmosphere. The place is small but the atmosphere very nice and communicative, everyone has fun. Crazy 80s Spanish music videos add to the fun factor. But the cool crowd makes it complete (for dutchies think Amsterdam's "Montmartre" in the 90s)

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Last Updated

20 November 2022

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