Not your typical tapas restaurant…
CosmoCaixa presents an exhibit exploring the use of engineering principles to modify organisms.
The neighborhood celebration includes tours, open houses, talks, markets, concerts, theater and kids activities.
The museum reveals the presence of chess in Duchamp’s conceptual art and in the work of other Modern figures (till Jan 22).
Here they’ve brought the colors and flavors of Andalucía northwards.
This modern vermutería sits inside the historic Casa de les Punxes.
This boutique brings vintage glamor to modern shoppers.
This artful little café serves brunch and vegetarian, gluten-free and lactose-free options.
Merchant of some the finest hop-derived beverages in the world.
Offering Russian produce, gourmet gifts and hard-to-find ingredients.
A unique, hybrid space that blends art, culture and electronic music.
The upscale bar and restaurant was designed by Lázaro Rosa Violán.
Nothing hurts more than being outsmarted by vegetation.
Take a journey to Ethiopia without leaving Barcelona.
One of the best brunches in town.
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.
The pungent smells of olives and old wood fill your senses as you step through the door…
A beautiful concept store and restaurant.
An evening audiovisual show at Casa Milà.
Enjoy home-baked cakes, coffee, bagels, tea or beer.
Inexpensive, authentic Italian pizzerías.
The arthouse cinema reopens as Catalunya’s first “cinema co-op.”
Argentine-Cuban partners, a Catalan chef, ‘50s Paris design, London dry gin, Thai curry and black music…
A great place to immerse yourself in the revival of the once outdated vermouth.
Electronic beats are eschewed in favor of funk, disco, soul and Afrobeat rhythms.
This tiny nightclub packs a mighty electronic punch.
This high-end food court has become the talk of the town.
Their organic menu embraces the Cup & Cake philosophy.
Catalan bistró serving up innovative, exquisite small dishes.
This new indie taqueria offers up straight-up Mexican fare.
This spacious café serves good coffee, brunch, burgers and more.
The young Scottish brewery is making waves with its American-style craft beer.
This Peruvian restaurant proclaims itself as among the city’s best.
A mechanic’s workshop has been transformed into a very modern bodega.
The tacos, micheladas and margaritas leave no doubt this is a Mexican must.
Yoga in a room heated to 104° F (40° C).
Luzuria is about simple food made with passion.
A café serving brunch to tapas, Pastrami to cheesecake, and great coffee.
A new craft beer bar in Barceloneta located near the beach.
Donostia-born Iker has created a home-away-from-home Basque restaurant in Gràcia.
Temptation for the sweet-toothed.
Buy, repair or rent a bike, or have a coffee, taco or beer.
This UK-style brewery is a central stop for quality brews.
This small space is modeled after a traditional Japanese izakaya.
This new Sant Antoni bar recreates a traditional vermutería.
In addition to drinks, wines and cocktails, the bar offers excellent tapas.
Bikes, brunch and pizza feature at this charming café.
Mikhaela Mikhaylova’s small café and shop brings Bulgaria to Barcelona.
From 1927 until 1947, Sant Antoni was home to the Olimpia Circus.