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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
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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