In the Barceloneta neighbourhood, on the fourth floor of the Museu d’Història de Catalunya, you'll find a terrace that doesn't need to be too high up to give you one of the best views of the city you'll find. The restaurant's name refers to the year 1881, when, inspired by the construction of English ports, the building that houses the museum was constructed. The restaurant belongs to the Sagardi group of Basque-inspired restaurants, and their cuisine made with local, Mediterranean products. But what you're really after is the view, and the space presides over a great one of the port of Barcelona with Montjuïc on the horizon.
|Venue name:||1881 per Sagardi||Contact:|
Museu d'Història de Catalunya
Plaza Pau Vila, 3
|Opening hours:||Restaurant: 1pm-4pm, 8pm-midnight. Terrace: 1pm-2am.|
|Transport:||Barceloneta (M: L4)|