1805 is still killing it with its spot in Ibiza Town, thank god. Find them getting tank-fly-boss-walk-jam-nitty-gritty in the backstreets of Sa Penya, yo.
Make your way up two flights of stone steps behind the Croissant Show and look for a huge illuminated 1805 sign, a white-washed terrace and French accents: you’ve made it. Relax in the denim bathtub benches or kick-back at the romantic top-table with a twist. This Bohemian cave is cluttered with oil lamps, French children’s books and a large vintage cocktail shaker collection, not to mention the absinthe fountains and unique glassware… my god these guys take it seriously.
When it comes to the booze many will be glad to know that the Green Beast didn’t get lost in the move. The absinthe favourite will still be served from its trademark birdcage, but it’s got some competition; BarChick drank the Coca Collins and has barely slept since (lemon, sugar, gin infused mate de coca and sparkling water). Tuck into the fail safe moules frites (if it ain’t broke don’t fix it) or branch out with a foie gras burger. Fine cuisine and jam-jar cocktails in Sa Penya; thug life forever.