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.
Hearty home cooking, rejuvenating cocktails and chilled neighborhood vibes…
Beach café serving juices, cocktails and more to get relaxed in Barceloneta.
This Indian street food eatery will spice up your life
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…
Creative variations on traditional tapas prepared fresh when ordered.
This tiny Thai restaurant is as authentic as it gets.
Fantastic, innovative tapas in a casual setting.
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.
Inexpensive, authentic Italian pizzerías.
This Peruvian restaurant proclaims itself as among the city’s best.
Here they’ve brought the colors and flavors of Andalucía northwards.
These baked works of art are every bit as delicious as they look.
These lively and likeable bars are genuine gems of Latin culture in Barcelona.
Their “flexitarian” cuisine is rooted in nutrition and 35 years of culinary experience.
This charmingly grimy Raval bar is famous for its absinthe, and said to be Barcelona’s oldest.
This brewhouse serves fusion Asian-American fare and hosts live music.
This gastrobar transports the tapas bar into a more refined version of itself.
One of few Barcelona tapas bars that preserves the tradition of a free tapa with every drink.
Five generations have been providing the neighborhood with traditional fare.
This high-end food court has become the talk of the town.
Grab a gelato, a quick bite to eat or something to go.
Temptation for the sweet-toothed.
A gastrobar based out of a locale with a history going to back to 1892.
Now serving its famous brunch every day.
The world’s first Catalan vegan takeaway.
The ultimate house of gin ‘n’ tonics
This Catalan-Italian restaurant follows Slow Food km0 principles.
The city's only dedicated Spanish cheese shop.
A foodie blog turned successful vermouth spot.
Stop by the world-famous speakeasy for “noble drinks” plus live music and DJs.
This tapas bar is simple and informal, but the food and wines are sophisticated.
A “good food, good mood” juice bar and healthy café.