This jukebox rock haunt on the historic street of Escudellers stands out amongst the many bars on the famed nightlife strip. The interior is scarcely lit in a cool neon red that floods the two long corridors and walls decorated with heavy metal vintage posters and long track lists of music playing on the hanging headphones.
As the beers, “cubatas” and “calimochos” start to flow, petitions and requests keep the DJ busy. Throw on the headphones and rock to your own pace if you can handle the rush. Bar Tequila’s near half-century of business has seen track lists ease up and adopt some indie and alternative rock, appealing to a wider audience than the strict hard rock crowd that once had a stronghold on the joint. That said, all your old AC/DC and Megadeath favorites are still amped up and ready to go.