Cocktails, cooking and culture combine at this cozy venue. With just eight tables, the Brazilian and Catalan-run locale offers great cocktails, local wines and vegetarian tapas and small dishes such as black olive risotto or eggplant parmigiana. Grab a glass of Catalan wine or quality gin & tonic (or any other well-mixed cocktail) at the cool bar area, either before or after dinner.
On some nights there’s also live music (€4 cover or €6 including a glass of wine), with local and international artists performing acoustic sets from the restaurant’s stage while the audience enjoys a glass of wine or a meal. Also, stop by on weekends at lunchtime for vermouth and tapas from 12:30pm.
As of June 2016, Café Mandacú is permamently close.