On Friday Casa Bonay’s hotel bar welcomes Italo DJ Marcello Giordani.
Renowned Catalan sculptor Josep Salvadó Jassans brought the spirit of the classics to new generations.
Sponsored by Movistar, the first VR fest in Spain is already here.
This “thrift boutique’s” latest capsule collection, Boudoir de Saint Valentin, is out just in time for February 14th.
Vinyl, skateboards, skateboarding accessories, clothing and modular synthesizer components…
This family-run restaurant has set itself up as a jewel in the Barcelona curry scene.
The famous Danish brewers host the IPA Fest’s second edition.
The collective exhibition showcases works by sixteen of 3 Punt’s most representative artists.
The life of a young black man in Miami is told with care, honesty and staggering beauty…
Hearty home cooking, rejuvenating cocktails and chilled neighborhood vibes…
Sagrera’s Nau Bostik celebrates its second anniversary by launching this new short film fest.
Her sonic adventures combine dreamy pop and minimal electronic with more than a nod towards psychedelia.
This new nightclub has its own special blend of underground electro.
Beach café serving juices, cocktails and more to get relaxed in Barceloneta.
This Indian street food eatery will spice up your life
Barcelona's very first sex shop.
A platform and campus supporting entrepreneurship, innovation and sustainability.
Knowledgable in herbs, Mari Luz actually listens to how you want your hair cut.
A duo of stores with retro design articles and instant cameras…
They serve no less than 10 versions of the much-loved drink.
A small tapas & wine bar with honest cooking.
Step inside it feels like traveling through time to Spain’s glory days…
This boutique brings vintage glamor to modern shoppers.
Creative variations on traditional tapas prepared fresh when ordered.
Rent a bike, take a tour or buy second-hand.
A range covering all genres from manga and superheroes to horror and beyond.
This tiny Thai restaurant is as authentic as it gets.
Fantastic, innovative tapas in a casual setting.
3D printing research and production center.
This restaurant pays tribute to fishermens’ favorite tapas.
This French-owned bistro brings a refreshing dose of je ne sais quoi to Passeig de Sant Joan.
They have gained a following for their “slow” street food and craft beer.
A new taquería near the Picasso Museum.
This supermod tortillería hasn’t changed much in five decades.
This restaurant in Mercat del Ninot is like Cuines Santa Caterina, except without the tourists.
Hofmann-trained chef Alfredo has made this vegetarian restaurant his culinary playground.
This tapas bar is a gift from heaven.
Take home a growler of craft beer.
Offering Russian produce, gourmet gifts and hard-to-find ingredients.
Neapolitan pizza meets Mediterranean cuisine
Urban art, a soul kitchen plus live concerts and DJs…
Michelin-starred chef Jean Luc Figueras opened this bistro in the five-star Mercer Hotel.
A low-key trattoria that balances warmth and charm in a way that only Italians can.
Bridging the gap between homely Peruvian eateries and upscale locales.
An international team of stylists run these two salons.
Inexpensive, authentic Italian pizzerías.
Eixample’s chicest concept store.
Second-hand furniture shops can be your savior.
Pole dancing has gained popularity as a form of fitness.
This Peruvian restaurant proclaims itself as among the city’s best.