Located in an industrial part of El Poblenou, Razzmatazz is five clubs in one: downstairs there’s indie rock at the Razz Club, upstairs there’s techno at the Loft and Lolita. The Pop Room and the Rex Room are more relaxed spaces with pop, electro and disco acts. The club is spacious, the sound system is good, the prices at the bars are reasonable but you will probably want to eat before you go to the club.
There are a variety of good restaurants nearby: La Broqueta, specialises in brochette and grilled meat from Gionna. La Biennale is a casual restaurant, that attracts a lot of young people to its large terrace, serving traditional Spanish dishes and tapas along with good cocktails. Yoshinoya-8 offers traditional Japanese cuisine that means more than just sushi. You can also enjoy teppanyaki and traditional rice and soup dishes.