This modern vermutería sits inside the historic Casa de les Punxes.
This old-school wine shop and tapas bar was founded in 1954.
MNAC casts light on the work of Lluïsa Vidal, the only woman admitted into the artistic circle of Els Quatre Gats.
The doors to the city’s treasures will open for just 48 hours in October.
The very worst of costumes, art, merch, posters and publications, plus painful projections, creepy performances and other awful activities…
This market of markets brings 23 distinct municipal markets.
Serving up paella and seafood dishes for over a hundred years.
Wash down generous portions of Mexican fare with peso-priced micheladas.
J. A. Bayona’s latest film is based on an award-winning novel by British author Siobhan Dowd, later completed by Patrick Ness.
The multidisciplinary festival showcases a variety of performances across theater, music and dance.
Marking the 400th anniversary Shakespeare’s death, Verdi’s opera adaptation returns to the stage.
Every doughnut at La Donutería is handcrafted on a daily basis.
This gastrobar often has DJs on weekends plus Peroni “afterwork” on Thursdays.
This new space aims to be a social club as well as a place to eat and drink.
This is a labyrinth of gay sexiness.
They serve no less than 10 versions of the much-loved drink.
Exclusive chain of health clubs.
A little oasis of southern Spanish tapas and cheap beer.
This spacious café serves good coffee, brunch, burgers and more.
Friendly owners, Latin food and funky music every Thursday night.
Artisanal ice cream with Mexican flavors and more…
Team Caravelle now have their own on-site brewery!
Enjoy home-baked cakes, coffee, bagels, tea or beer.
Gourmet street food “balls” that are fresh, cheap and delicious.
Visit Europe's oldest synagogue.
Cup&Cake have endured as makers of the city’s best miniature cakes.
The young Scottish brewery is making waves with its American-style craft beer.
Their style is Hatha Vinyasa, intense and dynamic.
Now serving its famous brunch every day.
Barcelona now has a modern take on the British chippy.
This boutique brings vintage glamor to modern shoppers.
The prettiness and wholesomeness of Iranian food is an open secret.
The manufacturer of organic vegetarian products also has several restaurants.
Merchant of some the finest hop-derived beverages in the world.
Seven bar seats, five tables, three sushi chefs.
Authentic Greek dishes and atmosphere at this laid-back yet animated Raval restaurant.
Offers a range of henna powder hair dyes and treatments.
Hofmann-trained chef Alfredo has made this vegetarian restaurant his culinary playground.
Bikes, brunch and pizza feature at this charming café.
A beauty parlor and spa with great prices, located next to Plaça Catalunya.
From 1927 until 1947, Sant Antoni was home to the Olimpia Circus.
This supermod tortillería hasn’t changed much in five decades.
Catalan bistró serving up innovative, exquisite small dishes.
This little Galician tapería is causing quite a stir.
A sex shop designed to be welcoming to women.
This restaurant pays tribute to fishermens’ favorite tapas.
Try an arancini, fried rice balls stuffed with beef, mushrooms, Iberian ham or prawns.
Seafood and rice dish specialties in one of Barcelona’s most picturesque locations.
Urban art, a soul kitchen plus live concerts and DJs…
The Modernist “House of Spikes” opens its doors to the public for the first time…