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A brunch place in Raval tailor-made for the Instagram generation.
Read more: Trópico
‘Veggie for non-veggies’ is an overused tag line but at this Barceloneta hotspot it actually does fit the bill.
Read more: Green Spot
Boutique-slash-bookstore-slash-art space. Meh. But as a café, this Barcelona concept store excels.
Read more: Wer-Haus
The humble sangría finally gets some respect at this charming tapas bar in Barcelona’s Sant Pere district.
Read more: Casa Lolea
Not just an escape from the tourist hell of Las Ramblas, an actual reason to dive head-first into it.
Read more: Ultramarinos Santa Mónica
In the heart of Gayxample, a full breakfast and a side of people-watching.
Read more: OMA Bistró
No pretence, just a choice of yummy brunch classics at this Poblenou all-day brunch favourite.
Read more: Can Dendê
The choice between eating well or eating by the beach is one you aren’t faced with at this chiringuito in Barceloneta.
Read more: La Guingueta de la Barceloneta
Head to this poncy part of Barcelona for Xavier Pellicer’s wonderful showcase of veggies-first gastronomy.
Read more: Celerí
In the heart of Gayxample, a budget favourite among the boys.
Read more: Casa Jaime
It ain’t fancy but it’s authentic, inexpensive and very good, rare for Barcelona’s tourist areas.
Read more: Bar Celta Pulpería
No pretense here, just hearty, inexpensive grandma cooking in Gayxample.
Read more: El Bierzo a Tope
All-day breakfast, brunch and vermut just off the Ramblas at the second Federal outlet in Barcelona.
Read more: Federal Café Gòtic
In the middle of Barcelona’s tourist hell. Even so, the terrace and restaurant at this 15th century palace can be a pretty sweet plan.
Read more: El Cercle
A tourist trap in the making, this tapas place slash wine bar in the Born is still a popular place for one boozy afternoon.
Read more: Bar Brutal – Can Cisa
The three chefs de cuisine from El Bulli’s peak years are now making magic happen at their own place in Barcelona.
Read more: Disfrutar
Hit this monthly market in Poblenou to browse, socialize and, in particular, eat and drink.
Four days, many parties, countless gym bunnies at this Barcelona Easter clubbing bonanza.
It's the Madrid party that everybody is talking about, and it's made its way to Barcelona once again.
For boys who like the smell of burnt rubber and motor oil, it doesn’t get any better than the F1 Spanish Grand Prix.
From Bromley teen to ultimate British pop icon, take a ride along Ziggy’s journey.
The gay pride weekend in Sitges for some more fun in the sun.
Hipsters and electronica – Barcelona’s three-day advanced music and multimedia art festival in June. And OFF Sònar parties.
This small but well-respected festival based in Sitges runs with an emphasis on sci-fi and the mysterious, ensuring that the German leather crowd won’t be the only trolls in town.
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