It is one of the cocktail bars in Barcelona that is celebrated not only in the city, but internationally as well. The bar was opened in 1978 at the Carrer d’Aribau, 162-166 under the supervision of Pedro Carbonell. From what was Martineria before that only serves Dry Martini, it has currently evolved through the years, and now features good old-fashioned cocktails, as well as innovative creations that bear the signature of Javier de las Muelas.
In terms of interior, the bar has made use of dark wood and brass, leather banquettes, and wooden cabinets to create an old-worldly ambiance. Even its staff are in their most dapper look in their tuxedos.
Cocktails at Dry Martini are served in hundred forms bringing in more options to their guests. To perfect their craft, they’ve even have an academy nearby to train and provide workshop for their up and coming bar staff.