Seven bar seats, five tables, three sushi chefs.
France is the star of this year’s arthouse film festival.
This eco-renovated space shines with a responsible approach to urban living.
Exclusive chain of health clubs.
Creative variations on traditional tapas prepared fresh when ordered.
This tapas bar/restaurant dates back some hundred years.
Catalan fare in Scandinavian interiors.
This French restaurant serves up one of the best lunch menus in Barcelona.
Colibrí specializes in bacalao, escabeche, wine and most importantly, vermouth.
Luzuria is about simple food made with passion.
This chic new fusion Mediterranean eatery does it all.
A place for people with a passion for good music, design and food & drink.
This gastrobar transports the tapas bar into a more refined version of itself.
A well-priced tapas bar and welcome respite from the hubbub of the plaza.
A pioneer in sustainability and one of the city’s first vegetarian restaurants.
Serving up a refreshing new brand of artisan sangría.
There’s no rainbow flag, but this is the latest hotspot in Gaixample
Designer sandwiches, burgers and brunch with fast-casual chic.
This unpretentious and inexpensive Spanish-Italian restaurant is an easy stop in the center.
This institution, which opened its doors in the 1920s, offers up just three tapas.
An innovator in gourmet sandwiches in Poblenou.
The latest addition to Sarrià’s burgeoning scene along its main street, Major de Sarrià.
Their “flexitarian” cuisine is rooted in nutrition and 35 years of culinary experience.
Indian street food eatery that’s also a nightlife hotspot.
A gastrobar based out of a locale with a history going to back to 1892.
The pungent smells of olives and old wood fill your senses as you step through the door…
A laid-back locale for drinks and carefully prepared dishes made from natural ingredients.
This restaurant pays tribute to fishermens’ favorite tapas.
A cinema and bistro that aims to provide a true art-house experience.
The best bar at Port Olímpic.
This high-end food court has become the talk of the town.
This rooftop is where the glamorous boys go to see and be seen.
Fantastic, innovative tapas in a casual setting.
Cannabis clubs are proliferating as readily as the weed itself.
A foodie blog turned successful vermouth spot.
The city's been screaming for a true brewpub.
Since its opening, Ajoblanco has been the talk of the town.
Every day from 6pm to 8pm they serve free Italian tapas with your drinks.
Merchant of some the finest hop-derived beverages in the world.
This recently opened taquería make simple but excellent tacos.
A singular reference for any wine lover who comes to Barcelona.
Their mission is to bring simple, fresh and traditional Vietnamese cuisine to Barcelona.
A low-key trattoria that balances warmth and charm in a way that only Italians can.
This stylish yet unpretentious restaurant brings together Mediterranean culture and cuisine.
Gourmet street food “balls” that are fresh, cheap and delicious.
Think of long lunches in the Pyrenees.
Michelin-starred chef Jean Luc Figueras opened this bistro in the five-star Mercer Hotel.
A highly ranked Argentinean steakhouse…
Thank (or blame) these guys for kicking off Barcelona’s gourmet burger boom.
Argentina long-ago perfected the art of the perfect grilled steak.
A slice of Portugal in the Catalan capital.
This Peruvian restaurant proclaims itself as among the city’s best.
This traditional Catalan locale has been run by the same family for a hundred years.
Catalan bistró serving up innovative, exquisite small dishes.
Bridging the gap between homely Peruvian eateries and upscale locales.
This Barceloneta restaurant, founded in 1921, specializes in seafood.
Chic restaurant and nightclub serving fusion Asian/Mediterranean cuisine with DJs till dawn.
They have gained a following for their “slow” street food and craft beer.
Five generations have been providing the neighborhood with traditional fare.
Gastón Acurio is the Jamie Oliver of Peru.