The Wolf Tavern

  • Tapas
  • International
  • Drinks

An English-style pub offering a wide selection of beers from around the world.

Basic Info
Av. del Paral·lel, 76-80

Metro: L2 (Lila) - Paral·lel

Bus: 21, D20. D50, H14, 88, 121, V11
935 67 74 47
Handicap-accessible facilities

Just steps away from La Rambla sits the Hotel Barcelona Universal, home to an English-style pub inspired by the story of Thomas Wolf, a theatre-lover hailing from Portsmouth, England, who came to Barcelona to revolutionize the old theatre “Le Petit Paral·lel,” today an unmissable destination for fans of Anglo-Saxon culture.

The Wolf Tavern offers visitors a wide array of culinary offerings, all in straight-up British style, including succulent hamburgers, hot dogs, nachos, pizzas, sandwiches, tapas, and salads. The tavern also serves Spanish and German beers, a nice selection of wines and cocktails, and even offers beer tastings from time to time.

For sports fans, The Wolf Tavern is equipped with a grid of TV screens featuring the best European leagues, and is always playing the quintessential competitions, like the UEFA Champions League, the MotoGP and Formula 1 races, and more.

And, as in any British pub, the music is always playing. So far, the Tavern has hosted acoustic concerts featuring the greatest hits of international pop and rock, as well as revival sessions with favorites from the 80s and 90s, for the nostalgic among us. On top of this, each year, the pub celebrates St. Patrick’s Day in style, making beer and music the stars of the show. That’s because The Wolf Tavern is much more than an ordinary tavern…

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Areas of barcelona Sants-Montjuïc

Sants-Montjuïc, located on the southern end of the city, is Barcelona’s largest district, abutting the municipalities El Hospitalet de Llobregat and El Prat del Llobregat. It comprises various neighborhoods, each with its own character, like the formerly industrial areas of Sants, Hostafrancs, Poble-sec, and La Bordeta, as well as the port area and the Zona Franca Customs Authority. And it’s home to one of Barcelona’s most popular green spaces, the mountain of Montjuïc, crowned by a castle that defended the city’s coast in times past.

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