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- Rated as: 4/5
Trinity and Luci are two very good cats, no matter how bad they claim to be. They serve some of the best tapas in Barcelona, and when you order a drink, they give a free tapa. It makes you want to pitch a tent right outside their door. As if that
- Rabassa, 37, Gràcia, 08024
Certainly one of the best spots in Gràcia for live music and a good night out, Heliogàbal Cultural Association sprang up in 1995 to provide a platform for the development and promotion of arts and cultural activities in the barrio. Since 2001,
- Ramón y Cajal, 80, Gràcia, 08012
- Rated as: 3/5
- Price band: 2/4
- Critics choice
DosTrece has become a modern classic on the Ciutat Vella dining circuit. The restaurant is on a corner and has huge windows, ideal for people-watching as you have something to eat or drink: There are teas, beers, cocktails and international dishes,
- Carme, 40, El Raval, 08001
- Rated as: 3/5
- Price band: 1/4
La Bodega lo Pinyol has had a facelift and is now ready to be seen by the public again. It's a perfect place to go with friends and have a vermouth, buy loads of booze, and even participate in a book exchange. You can get deli-style pintxos,
- Torrent de l'Olla, 7, Gràcia, 08012
In the pleasantly cool, shadowy interior of Can Cisa, you can appreciate the care that’s gone into the restoration of a neighbourhood bar. Their reverence for the tradition of buying wine from the barrel, plus some local pressure, persuaded them
- Princesa, Barra de Ferro
- Rated as: 5/5
You'll find this bodega in the heart of the Born. It's got a great national and international selection and is one of the biggest wine distributors in Europe. They also have a food section.
- Agullers, 7, Ciutat Vella, 08003
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