The bar Polaroid is a mausoleum of the 1980s and, as the name indicates, a tribute to instant photographs in a white frame. Posters of films, vinyls, VHS tapes, masks of Mexican fighters, the famous cameras that give the premises its name and a figure of the mythical ET filled the shaded walls of this establishment in the Gothic quarter. Tables decorated with comics from our infancy, coloured lamps and leather armchairs complete the decoration in this bar, which fills after seven in the evening until well into the night.
The beer has prices from the eighties, at one and two euros. Its drinks list offers delicious cocktails that pay tribute to our film or cartoon heroes. You can find from a Miyagui, to a Delorean or a Sarah Connor. We recommend you respect the peace of the neighbours on leaving. More than one customer has had a bucket of water thrown over them for making too much noise.