Discover Cabaret At The Barcelona EDITION Hotel
Cabaret is a supper club experience.

Cabaret is a supper club experience. Courtesy of The Barcelona EDITION.

The Barcelona EDITION

The Barcelona EDITION Hotel’s Cabaret program is fusing music, performances, food and cocktails as part of their supper club experience.

Cabaret opened along with the hotel one year ago and is reinventing the wheel when it comes to entertainment in one of Europe’s most popular nightlife destinations,” says Leon Jackson, arts and culture director at The Barcelona EDITION.

The EDITION luxury boutique hotel concept was started by Ian Schrager, who was also notably one of the founders of the legendary Studio 54 club in New York City. The first location opened in 2010 in Waikiki, Hawaii, and now the hotel brand can be found around the world in cities such as Abu Dhabi, New York and London. “Following the renowned legacy of Ian Schrager, music and performance is at the heart of the Cabaret experience,” Jackson says. 

The Cabaret program begins with dinner, and then leads into entertainment, DJ sessions, live music and what Jackson describes as “unexpected performances.” Signature dishes that attendees can enjoy include the grilled dry-aged ribeye, the chef’s shellfish selection—which includes oysters, mussels, caviar and lobster—and duck Margret with pears, celeriac and horseradish. Vegetarian and plant-based options are also available, and the menu is created by the hotel’s chef partner, Sebastián Mazzola. Creative cocktails, along with spirits and local and international wines are available to order, as well.

“Cabaret is an unexpected twist to traditional dining in Barcelona, as it is more than a restaurant—it is a clandestine supper club with a sultry lounge area, an impressive cocktail bar and a superior food experience,” Jackson adds.

The venue also features a sophisticated and suave atmosphere: “With a clandestine access from Bar Veraz, the all-day dining hotel restaurant, an unassuming door conceals the underground club,” Jackson says.  “As you walk down the lowly lit stairs and through the darkened wood walkway at basement level, you arrive at the black leather clad entrance doors. Upon entering Cabaret, you are greeted by a surprising world where dark finishes and low lighting combined with pink stucco and deep red velvet drapes to dramatic effect. Cabaret is inspired by 1970’s Barcelona and the iconic cities behind the birth of the Cabaret concept, New York and Paris.” 

October’s musical lineup features a variety of experiences, such as eclectic African techno, disco, live band sessions and Punch & Beats on Thursdays and Fridays, which boasts punch and live music. Guests can also attend a Halloween party on October 31. 

“After many years of working in and around the nightlife scene in Barcelona, I have hand picked some of the best concepts and parties to join in the lovely surroundings of Cabaret,” Jackson says. “The events that I’ve selected have been long-running and often already have a large audience, as well as local and international pedigree. The events range from disco, funk, soul, tribal and electronic music—house, deep house and more. We strive to cover all of the wants and needs of our guests.”

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The Barcelona EDITION Hotel’s Cabaret program is fusing music, performances, food and cocktails as part of their supper club experience.

Cabaret opened along with the hotel one year ago and is reinventing the wheel when it comes to entertainment in one of Europe’s most popular nightlife destinations,” says Leon Jackson, arts and culture director at The Barcelona EDITION.

The EDITION luxury boutique hotel concept was started by Ian Schrager, who was also notably one of the founders of the legendary Studio 54 club in New York City. The first location opened in 2010 in Waikiki, Hawaii, and now the hotel brand can be found around the world in cities such as Abu Dhabi, New York and London. “Following the renowned legacy of Ian Schrager, music and performance is at the heart of the Cabaret experience,” Jackson says. 

The Cabaret program begins with dinner, and then leads into entertainment, DJ sessions, live music and what Jackson describes as “unexpected performances.” Signature dishes that attendees can enjoy include the grilled dry-aged ribeye, the chef’s shellfish selection—which includes oysters, mussels, caviar and lobster—and duck Margret with pears, celeriac and horseradish. Vegetarian and plant-based options are also available, and the menu is created by the hotel’s chef partner, Sebastián Mazzola. Creative cocktails, along with spirits and local and international wines are available to order, as well.

“Cabaret is an unexpected twist to traditional dining in Barcelona, as it is more than a restaurant—it is a clandestine supper club with a sultry lounge area, an impressive cocktail bar and a superior food experience,” Jackson adds.

The venue also features a sophisticated and suave atmosphere: “With a clandestine access from Bar Veraz, the all-day dining hotel restaurant, an unassuming door conceals the underground club,” Jackson says.  “As you walk down the lowly lit stairs and through the darkened wood walkway at basement level, you arrive at the black leather clad entrance doors. Upon entering Cabaret, you are greeted by a surprising world where dark finishes and low lighting combined with pink stucco and deep red velvet drapes to dramatic effect. Cabaret is inspired by 1970’s Barcelona and the iconic cities behind the birth of the Cabaret concept, New York and Paris.” 

October’s musical lineup features a variety of experiences, such as eclectic African techno, disco, live band sessions and Punch & Beats on Thursdays and Fridays, which boasts punch and live music. Guests can also attend a Halloween party on October 31. 

“After many years of working in and around the nightlife scene in Barcelona, I have hand picked some of the best concepts and parties to join in the lovely surroundings of Cabaret,” Jackson says. “The events that I’ve selected have been long-running and often already have a large audience, as well as local and international pedigree. The events range from disco, funk, soul, tribal and electronic music—house, deep house and more. We strive to cover all of the wants and needs of our guests.”

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