Coming from the business of ice and drink distribution, the Reboll family opened office number 100 on the Rambla de Catalunya at the beginning of the 1940s. With the arrival and the popularity of electric refigerators, the business of selling ice decreased and the wine cellar concentrated on the offer of wine in bulk and bottled as liquors and soft drinks.
At the end of the 60s, cold tapas and sandwiches were served to anyone ordering a glass of wine. The end of the 70s was the start of night service by expanding the tapas menu and offering the popular ‘xampanyet’ (Champagne) as the signature drink that passers-by and night goers enjoyed with magnificent anchovies. In the 80s, the cellar began what would become the business it is today, maintaining the sale of wines and concentrating the activity on the bar and restaurant service. Its privileged location makes the terrace of La Bodegueta, in the middle of the Rambla of Catalunya, an ideal meeting point and a place that is second-to-none for taking in the city of Barcelona.