The greatest Party in Barcelona (or the world)

Barcelona knows how to party, and while it is a full time job to find the best bars and nightlife in Barcelona, we did the best our livers could support. From Bar Sauvage in El Born, to classy piano joints like Casa Fuster, this town gets up to get down.

That said, nothing, absolutely nothing will prepare you for NASTY MONDAYS at the Apolo. Monday night this place absolutely shakes from night to morning with the largest, most riotous, fun, and crazy dance party we’ve ever seen. This multi-leveled club is packed but still finds room for you to dance your ass off, being fueled by the Club Savage party people onstage. A killer, super hot DJ spins the absolute best bangers for hours, while, get this, a bar, onstage, makes rum drinks to just pour down peoples mouths. Yeah. You just stand up at the front, watch the badass mixologists do their thing, and then open your mouth to receive your boozy prize.

This is nightlife like only Barcelona can do it, where no one cares who you are or where you are from, they only care if you are having a good time, and dancing your ass off. And this is a MONDAY NIGHT. Well let you fill in what the rest of the week is like in this lovely party town. Thanks Nasty Friends.

Best Los Angeles Bars 2019

What is the best bar in Los Angeles? This is a question that has plagued academics for literally thousands of years. Here at TravelClast though we are willing to do the hard research to get you answers. So may we offer three unique places we like to throw back a cold one.

First off is Adults Only which for us wins as the world’s finest speakeasy. Located in a very sad little strip mall off Sunset, it is a fully functional VHS rental shop (yep, VHS) in the front, but if you are brave enough to venture past the “adults only” section in the back you are welcomed to a beautifully appointed, spacious palace to booze. Pool tables, zinc bars, and velvet lined sofas will get you intoxicated off the opulence.

Adults Only

Address: 7065 1/2 Sunset Boulevard, Los Angeles, CA 90028

Next up is Jones, a long time favorite of ours located on Sunset Blvd. We love Jones because its so LA by not being LA at all. Crowded, but not packed, a scene but you can always get in, it’s got everything that is cool about NY but beautiful about LA. The food here is red sauce delicious, but the real treat are the martini’s, which come with the shaker, giving you basically two drinks for the price of one. Outstanding.


Address: 7205 Santa Monica Blvd, West Hollywood, CA 90046

Last little treasure is Mama Loves You at Mama’s Shelter on Selma Ave in a quiet little Hollywood adjacent neighborhood. This hotel is cool on it’s own, but if you venture up to the roof, you will be greeted to perhaps the greatest roof bar in LA. Fantastic views, lounge beds, foosball, and rose for days, this local spot is a perfect place to suck in some rays as you suck down Tanqueray.

Mama’s Shelter

Address: 6500 Selma Ave, Los Angeles, CA 90028


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