Restaurants near Barcelona Beach
Whether you are looking for a place to eat after spending the day at the various beach locations in Barcelona or want to have a meal while looking out at the sea, you will not want to miss these top restaurants just steps away from the sand and waves. From a restaurant run by pastry chefs to a seafood heaven with a terrace overlooking the sea, there is something for everyone near the beach. Be sure to check out the kid-friendly meals offered at the local restaurants after a family day at the beach or go for a relaxing walk on the beach after dancing the night away at a near by club. You won't want to skip out on some of the freshest seafood dishes in the area.
Ten great restaurants near La Rambla
Don't fall for some of the overpriced and low-quality tapas and paella offered along La Rambla. Instead, take a few steps away from all the hustle and bustle to check out the culinary masterpieces of the restaurants just moments from all the action. Whether you're looking for lunch inside La Boqueria after exploring the best that La Rambla has to offer or a traditional meal on a terrace that overlooks the Raval after shopping for original souvenirs, the restaurants near La Rambla have something to offer for everyone. You'll find a variety of cuisines made with the freshest produce and seafood from La Boqueria itself. The restaurants in the area serve up Spanish, Catalan and Mediterranean food that would make any foodie hungry for more.
Eleven great restaurants near La Pedrera (Casa Milà)
The architecture of Antoni Gaudí's Casa Milà (more familiarly known as La Pedrera) and the exhibitions it houses are both impressive to discover. But when you need a break to recharge, where do you go around the busy central part of Barcelona to make sure you get quality food and drink? Whether you're looking for a cosy spot with endless possibilities of tapas or a high-end restaurant that boasts a cocktail lounge with top-shelf labels, these 11 restaurants are certainly worth a visit. Don’t have all the time in the world to enjoy a meal after a long day of activities in the city? Not a problem: you can grab a quick meal without having to skimp on welcoming surroundings. If you want to take in the views of the architecture around you, be sure to try out the restaurants located on La Pedrera’s mezzanine or the various squares in the area.
Eight great restaurants near Camp Nou
Score a goal for your taste buds with these top restaurants near F.C. Barcelona's home pitch at Camp Nou. With options ranging from a classic tavern that serves breakfast to an authentic snail dish made with a special house-made herb seasoning, you won’t want to miss your shot at these culinary works. Enjoy lunch or dinner with family and friends in between the bus tour stops in the area, try out a large array of tapas, or indulge yourself with some 'patatas bravas' at the local bar. No matter what you choose, the classic Mediterranean and Catalan dishes in these eateries near Barça's famous stadium will definitely be a win for your appetite.
Eleven great restaurants near the Picasso Museum
If you're looking for a place to eat after exploring the wonders of Barcelona's Picasso Museum or wandering the streets of the Born neighbourhood, you’ll want to try these recommended restaurants. Here you can get inspiration in the goodness that is an arepa at a Venezuelan restaurant or gawk over the impressive list of more than 300 wines from around the world at a bodega/wine bar. Don’t leave the area without trying various types of cured meats available at so many spots or getting your fill of classic Catalan cuisine. But don’t take our word for it: the food from these restaurants will leave you just as impressed as the artwork at the museum.
Eight great restaurants near Montjuïc
These top restaurants near Montjuïc are just as exciting as the views of the area. Whether you're looking for classic tapas after seeing the gardens or Mediterranean cuisine with a view of Barcelona below before a show at the Magic Fountain show, you won't be disappointed with all the options the restaurants near Montjuïc have to offer. If you want to go big, you'll want to know that as of autumn 2017, the area is home to one of Barcelona's many Michelin-starred restaurants. Or if you happen to be on your way back from a run around the Montjuïc circuit, stop by one of the takeaway spots for a quick bite to eat or a simple carry-out option.
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If you decide to hire a bicycle from BornBike, they'll provide you with a map of the city with all the must-see spots marked and the necessary information provided to make sure you don't miss a thing. The tours they put together are similar to others, but if after doing one of those you'd like to keep discovering the city on your own, BornBike will give you a discount on one of their two-wheelers. Two hours will cost €6 and they also have tandem bicycles. A tapas tour will cost you €32.
They've got urban, highway and mountain bikes for hire (€5 an hour for urban bikes) and they also do guided tours in Barcelona's main barrios, mountain tours and specialised tours for business groups. From the third day on, you pay just €7 per day.
This little restaurant in the colonnade of the Mercat de Sant Andreu sells a variety of dishes which use products from the market. You can't go wrong ordering any of their fish dishes like the marinated tuna, cod with marmalade, onion and thyme, or the cuttlefish meatballs. The restaurant is a homey environment, and the terrace is a great place to sit in the summer and enjoy a meal with friends and family.
Forn Pastisseria L’Eixample
Originating in 1910, this bakery sells beautiful sweet and savoury pastries. They specialise in rustic breads and use a variety of nuts, rasins, spices and grains in their selection of pastries and breads.
This small bar is tucked away in a corner of the Mercat del Ninot, but that doesn't stop it from having some of the best food in the area. It's known for its charcuterie and tapas. They offer a variety of other dishes, with the ham croquettes being a speciality.
Bar del Mercat d'Hostafrancs
Located inside the market itself, you'll want to stop by and try some of the various tapas, traditional dishes and delicious pasteries. All of the food is made from the produce in the market.
This venue is now closed.This quirky, original restaurant that bears a resemblance to a New York eatery combines American dishes like barbecue pork rib burgers with a touch of the Mediterranean, like the tuna with wasabi mayonnaise variety. Have a slice of cheesecake for breakfast á la 'Sex and the City', or drop in for lunch or dinner.
This restaurant would not look out of place in the trendiest, most cosmopolitan of cities. Natural light, tasteful decor, good music, fast, friendly service and a menu specialising in breakfasts that can resuscitate you after a night of overdoing it: juices and shakes, eggs and sausage, fruit and sandwiches...
Tapas 24 Camp Nou
Another nu-trad tapas bar focusing on excellent quality produce. Among the oxtail stews, fried prawns and cod croquettes, however, fans of chef Carles Abellan will also find playful snacks more in keeping with his signature style. The McFoie Burger is an exercise in fast-food heaven, as is the Bikini, a small version of his take on the ham and cheese toastie; his comes with truffle.