Eat & Drink
This is the best rooftop in Barcelona
Barcelona is a city with an impressive skyline that is worth enjoying from the heights. And what better way to fall in love with the views than over a good cocktail at the best rooftop bar in Barcelona?
All about Penedès wine
Penedès is one of the most important wine regions in Spain and the largest in Catalonia, which is why the Penedès Denomination of Origin (DO) is known to wine lovers all over the world.
Where to go out for tapas in Barcelona?
Tapas are a symbol of Spanish culinary culture and Barcelona, with its wide and varied gastronomic offer, has become one of the best cities in which to enjoy them.
Brunch in Barcelona
Do you want to know which are the best brunches in Barcelona? In this article we'll tell you about some of the best-known restaurants in Barcelona and discover some of the favourite neighbourhoods for brunch.
A unique restaurant and look-out-post specialising in tapas, grilled meats and ‘platos de cuchara’ or brothy rice and fideua dishes (including different varieties of paella).
Barcelona’s cocktail scene is constantly evolving, given the fascination with gastronomy in the city it’s only to be expected that the world of mixology should be equally varied and rich.
City Bar & Restaurant
The City Bar & Restaurant serves typical Mediterranean fare within a bistro type format. Traditional dishes given a contemporary make-over with the emphasis on seasonal and fresh cuisine.
A classic Barcelona tapas restaurant located within the Borne neighbourhood, one of the most charming and interesting to explore in the city.
A shop selling gourmet produce that dates back to 1851 when it was founded by the eponymous family located in the Borne neighbourhood around the corner from Santa María del Mar and the Picasso museum.
The Green Spot
Although the vegetarian and vegan food revolution arrived slightly late to Barcelona, the city has been making up the lost ground ever since.