A ‘30s and ‘40s-inspired collection of wedges, slingbacks, sandals and pumps…
Serving up paella and seafood dishes for over a hundred years.
Photographer Gavin Evans is well-matched with David Bowie, the king of reinvention.
This new sister bar to the Danish-owned Kaelderkold has 30 taps in total.
The festival has expanded from jazz to cover flamenco, soul, funk, classical, bolero and more at 220 concerts across six locations.
Authentic Greek dishes and atmosphere at this laid-back yet animated Raval restaurant.
The crew are back on Sant Sebastiá beach with a varied selection of films.
Exclusive chain of health clubs.
Steps away from Santa Maria del Mar sits this gem of a café.
This gastrobar serves brunch, tapas, cocktails and hosts concerts every week.
Creative variations on traditional tapas prepared fresh when ordered.
Their style is Hatha Vinyasa, intense and dynamic.
This tapas bar/restaurant dates back some hundred years.
One of the best brunches in town.
This French restaurant serves up one of the best lunch menus in Barcelona.
Spanish Barista Champion Jordi Mestre set up shop near Santa Caterina.
Colibrí specializes in bacalao, escabeche, wine and most importantly, vermouth.
This Mexican restaurant offers “good food, good drinks and good reads.”
A center for personal training and small-group Pilates.
Luzuria is about simple food made with passion.
This massage studio is an example of how to live sustainably.
Musicians entertain diners with live jazz, pop, funk and soul.
The flame of the old oven adds a distinctive touch to the dough.
The creative tapas have playful names but are seriously satisfying.
Buy, repair or rent a bike, or have a coffee, taco or beer.
A coworking space in the 22@ innovation district.
Gelato is lower in calories, fat and sugar than ice cream.
This converted convent has been split in two: Tapas & Vermuteria.
This coworking space is an ideal blend of style, sustainability and savvy.
This gastrobar transports the tapas bar into a more refined version of itself.
These baked works of art are every bit as delicious as they look.
This new space aims to be a social club as well as a place to eat and drink.
Multicultural coworking space and art gallery.
This tapas bar is a well-priced respite from the hubbub of the plaza.
This is one of the city’s first vegetarian restaurants and a pioneer in sustainability.
Catalan chocolate company with a history going back to the 18th century.
Serving up a refreshing new brand of artisan sangría.
Jane is an English manual therapist and yoga teacher…
Try an arancini, fried rice balls stuffed with beef, mushrooms, Iberian ham or prawns.
La Marzocco’s first café – in the world – is in Barcelona.
This café serves good coffee, craft beer, smoothies, brunch, burgers and more…
There’s no rainbow flag, but this is the latest hotspot in Gaixample
A café that brings together teas and second-hand books.
Grab a steak while you listen to live jazz on Thursday evenings.
A café serving brunch to tapas, Pastrami to cheesecake, and great coffee.
A casual lounge and tea shop with 70 varieties.
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.