BT’s favourite places to eat in Barcelona
Where: Rambla, 91 08001 Barcelona
Phone: 93 318 25 84
Hours: Mondays to Saturdays: 8am-8:30pm
This world-famous market is brimming with meat, seafood, fresh produce, spices, cheese, and sweets. It also has several cafes and restaurants. Explore the different vendors and their specialties. The colors all around are magnificent, and so are the smells.
Where: Barri Gòtic Llibreteria 1(Plaça Sant Jaume) 08002 Barcelona
Phone: 93- 310- 1394
Hours: Mondays to Saturdays: 8am -10pm
Bocadillos are sandwiches made with a baguette — Booker’s favorite lunch to go. Conesa has some of the best in the city. Their press is over 50 years old. Its special treatment gives the bocadillos their unique flavor. Don’t miss it!
Where: Diputació Street number 269, walk down the steps to TapaÇ24, also known as Tapas 24.
Phone: 93-488-09 77
Hours: Mondays to Saturdays: 8am-12am
This is one of Chef Carles Abellan’s four restaurants. Booker’s favorite dish: squid with ink.
Where: Xuclà, 4-6, 08001 Barcelona
Phone: 93- 318-3486
Hours: Farms opens Tuesdays till Saturdays: 9am-1:30 pm/ 5pm-8:30pm
Granja is what Spaniards call a milk bar. Granja Viader was founded in 1870, in the same place it still occupies. The first manufacturers of Cacaolat, a local chocolate drink, Granja Viader is run by the family’s fifth generation. Must orders: ensaimada (a roll with powder sugar on top), creme Catalán, melindros, and… Cacaolat with real whipped cream.
Where: Marcé, 16 Barrio Gótico
Phone: 93- 315- 0006
Hours: Tuesdays to Sundays: 12am-1pm
Bar Celta Pulperia is a local tapas bar on Mercé 16, Barrio Gótico. Dishes are available on their counter, making it easy to make your choice. Booker tried batatas bravas, tortilla de batatas, pan con tomate and pulpo galego. Always pulpo…
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Many of the places to eat in Barcelona were recommendations that came from our friends Sari and Pol in NYC. Check out their amazing work with food at Polaris Bites.
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