What better way to celebrate a Barcelona/Barca win (or drown your sorrows) than by going out on the town near where all the magic took place. Camp Nou, home to Barcelona's renowned football (soccer depending on where you live) team is a fun way to kick off an evening and it's also a great epi-center for nightlife in the city. The fact that it's not in the heart of the Old City and downtown core, provides for a very local and often more subdued crowd and a variety of posh, rustic and very hip clubs to frequent. Even if you haven't just seen a game but want to venture off the beaten path, this is a great way to delve into how the locals live and get a taste for another side of Barcelona's edgy club scene.
If you're in the mood to throw on heels and a tie or want to keep your sandals and shorts on, there's something for everyone in this part of town. And if you're up for taking a quick and fairly cheap taxi ride, there are even more options both closer to and farther away from the Gothic Quarter, Born and Eixample neighborhoods where people typically tend to spend their evenings.