Barcelona is fab, and definitely its foodies scene. As die hard fans of this stunning metropole, we cherry picked our favourite adresses – for groups! woopwoop! – to share with you. Eat/drink/party, it’s your pick! Barcelona never dissappoints. If you need some help, let our infographic lead the way!
Torre d’Alta Mar: Fish restaurant with a superb location, on top of a 75m-high metal tower. Fabulous 360° view of the sea, port and the entire coastline of Barcelona, excellent food. (can be rented out for private events) Area: La Barceloneta
Pez Vela: best paella in town! Located just below the W Hotel so you can enjoy the amazing view on the sea. Area: La Barceloneta
Bestial: A fantastic garden terrace with different levels in front of the sea combined with a simple Italian inspired cuisine. Yum! Area: Poblenou https://grupotragaluz.com/en/r...
Mano Rota: great atmosphere, good wines, VERY tasty. Area: Poble Sec
Elsa y Fred: Breakfast, brunch (only on weekends), tapas or dinner? The menu is 100% homemade, the setting is cosy and romantic (as is the movie it’s named after ;-)) and it has a great vintage style decor. Go feel it! Area: Born
Flax & Kale: Delicious flexitarian healthy food in a spot on stylish interior. 80% of their menu is plant-based and the remaining 20% are recipes that contain oily fish. The kingdom of vegetables you absolutely must not miss. Area: El Raval
La Xampanyeria: the official name of this bar is Can Paixano, The Catalans simply call it La Xampanyeria. A great bar where they only have water and self made cava (Berenguer Ramon). Just order a few bottles and some tapas & get yourself a table (no chairs!). It’s loud, it’s bustling, it’s alive. Area: La Barceloneta
Margarita Blue: A superb collection of cocktails in a young atmosphere! Area: El Gotic
Best rooftop bar:
El Terrat: Honestly our favourite in Barcelona, situated on the roof of the Mandarin Oriental, jaw-dropping views for free. The mouth-watering Bellinis and Mojitos are not, but they are so worth it. Area: Eixample
Best hidden bar:
Pipa Club: located on Plaza Real, in a 3rd floor flat. Hidden from all tourists, Barcelona’s worst-kept secret amongst locals. Ring the bell to enter.
Area: El Gotic
La Terrazza: an open-air club on the mountain of Montjuic! During summer is one of the city's most celebrated nightclubs. If you are up for a party till the break of dawn, the sunrise is absolutely lovely at La Terrazza! Area: Montjuic
SHOKO: dance music all night long in front of the sea (can be rented for private events). Area: La Barceloneta
Food and Barcelona, a fantastic combo. Hopefully we gave you enough reasons to hit Barcelona (again).