Seafood and rice dish specialties in one of Barcelona’s most picturesque locations.
The cozy bar is ideal for vermouth & nibbles, while the dining room is perfect for creative fusion fare.
This casual restaurant’s motto is refreshingly straightforward: “nice food for a small price.”
A purposefully unflashy little ramen place hidden down a tatty side street…
This restaurant in Mercat del Ninot is like Cuines Santa Caterina, except without the tourists.
One of the best brunches in town.
A “good food, good mood” juice bar and healthy café.
Good taste doesn’t need to shout.
Beach café serving juices, cocktails and more to get relaxed in Barceloneta.
Platillos (small dishes) that are as creative visually as they are in taste.
A highly ranked Argentinean steakhouse…
A dive bar with cheap drinks and a mixed crowd of locals.
This glamorous space offers up excellent Mediterranean-fusion cuisine.
Tapas or burgers… this little nook in the Ribera does it all.
Founded and run by a Tuscan family, the Italian cuisine is as delicious as it is authentic.
A casual lounge and tea shop with 70 varieties.
Five generations have been providing the neighborhood with traditional fare.
This Peruvian restaurant proclaims itself as among the city’s best.
The Raval gastrobar steps up with a new head chef, sommelier and mâitre d’.
Every day from 6pm to 8pm they serve free Italian tapas with your drinks.
Friendly owners, Latin food and funky music every Thursday night.
This small space is modeled after a traditional Japanese izakaya.
This Indian street food eatery will spice up your life
This sleek hotel lounge serves up tapas and fusion cuisine.
This expat-owned bar sits in part of a 450-year-old Modernist palace.
Cup&Cake have endured as makers of the city’s best miniature cakes.
Inexpensive, authentic Italian pizzerías.
A brunch and dessert shop inspired by trips around Europe and North America.
Wash down generous portions of Mexican fare with peso-priced micheladas.
East meets West at this stylish restaurant and lounge club overlooking the Mediterranean.
Argentine-Cuban partners, a Catalan chef, ‘50s Paris design, London dry gin, Thai curry and black music…
Enjoy home-baked cakes, coffee, bagels, tea or beer.
Gelato is lower in calories, fat and sugar than ice cream.
A great place to immerse yourself in the revival of the once outdated vermouth.
Mikhaela Mikhaylova’s small café and shop brings Bulgaria to Barcelona.
This casual stop is the city’s first organic Tex-Mex restaurant.
Musicians entertain diners with live jazz, pop, funk and soul.
Neapolitan pizza meets Mediterranean cuisine
Artisanal ice cream with Mexican flavors and more…
Fantastic, innovative tapas in a casual setting.
This gastrobar transports the tapas bar into a more refined version of itself.
This UK-style brewery is one of Barcelona’s most central stops for quality brews.
This French-owned bistro brings a refreshing dose of je ne sais quoi to Passeig de Sant Joan.
A craft brewery, distributor and store all in one.
This supermod tortillería hasn’t changed much in five decades.
This glitzy tapas joint is the result of a €1.3 million investment.
Cocktails, cooking and culture combine at this cozy restaurant and jazz bar.
This new indie taqueria offers up straight-up Mexican fare.
This eatery crafts American-style sandwiches.
These lively and likeable bars are genuine gems of Latin culture in Barcelona.