This Argentine steakhouse hosts a free Brazilian music concert on Wednesday at 11pm.
This glamorous space offers up excellent Mediterranean-fusion cuisine.
Tapas or burgers… this little nook in the Ribera does it all.
Inexpensive, authentic Italian pizzerías.
One of the thinnest gay bars you’ll ever visit, but also one with the most charm.
This rooftop is where the glamorous boys go to see and be seen.
The pungent smells of olives and old wood fill your senses as you step through the door…
Producing their own Italian ice cream for 15 years.
Gourmet street food “balls” that are fresh, cheap and delicious.
Luzuria is about simple food made with passion.
A low-key trattoria that balances warmth and charm in a way that only Italians can.
Creative variations on traditional tapas prepared fresh when ordered.
British expat Peter runs this stylish Gaixample bar and café.
This cozy wine bar serves up Catalan wines by the glass.
A perfect short-term Raval retreat with that special someone.
Kick it Sunday style at this new eatery with brunch every day till 4:30pm.
This expat-friendly cocktail bar sits in what was once the stables of a Modernist palace.
This tapas bar combines Andalucian and Galician specialties.
This is a labyrinth of gay sexiness.
This supermod tortillería hasn’t changed much in five decades.
The fridges are bulging with over fifty Belgian beers.
Merchant of some the finest hop-derived beverages in the world.
This jazz bar and “soul kitchen hosts frequent DJ sessions and live concerts.
In addition to drinks, wines and cocktails, the bar offers excellent tapas.
This glitzy tapas joint is the result of a €1.3 million investment.
The Raval gastrobar steps up with a new head chef, sommelier and mâitre d’.
This little Galician tapería is causing quite a stir.
This brewhouse offers Asian-American cuisine, top-quality beers and live music on Saturday night.
The young Scottish brewery is making waves with its American-style craft beer.
Five generations have been providing the neighborhood with traditional fare.
The tacos, micheladas and margaritas leave no doubt this is a Mexican must.
A gastrobar based out of a locale with a history going to back to 1892.
Barcelona’s tiniest nightclub packs a big electronic punch.
Seafood and rice dish specialties in one of Barcelona’s most picturesque locations.
A laid-back locale for drinks and carefully prepared dishes made from natural ingredients.
This small space is modeled after a traditional Japanese izakaya.
A sleek and modern love hotel in Sant Gervasi.
Cocktails, cooking and culture combine at this cozy restaurant and jazz bar.
One of few Barcelona tapas bars that preserves the tradition of a free tapa with every drink.
This gay dive bar throws a VermuParty one Sunday a month.
Beach café serving juices, cocktails and more to get relaxed in Barceloneta.
This high-end food court has become the talk of the town.
This retro hangout is a nostalgic snapshot of the ‘80s.
Cannabis clubs are proliferating as readily as the weed itself.
This chic restaurant and lounge bar serves fusion Asian-Mediterranean cuisine.
A cocktail bar close to the magic fountains with a good terrace for people watching.
They cement Beerxample’s reputation as Europe’s hottest beer destination.