The magazine 'BCN Mes' first organised Eat Street a year ago. The Street Food International festival was set up to show that Barcelona could do quality street food. Past editions have been held at CREC in Poble-sec and the Fundació Palo Alto in Poblenou. This time around you'll head to the Moll de Santa Bertrà in the Port de Barcelona. From noon until 1am (yes, one in the morning), the wharf area will become an attractive space where loads of local and international chefs will be cooking up a variety of dishes from around the world, and serving beers, wines, and many other delicacies to fill your stomach with quality, affordable food.