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Wine-lovers in Spain have never been so grateful to Sergi-Ferra Salat's ingenuity at Monvínic. The reason being? An enviable wine cellar, saturated with wines from all over the world handled by a knowledgeable sommelier crew who care for their wines more than their lives. Catalan-inspired tapas and a short and sweet menu of quick-bites features alongside the extravagant wine menu. Although you'll love the small plates listed, the hero at Monvínic is wine, wine and some more wine!
Zona d'Ombra is a charming wine bar located close to the city center. A perfect spot for a romantic evening with your special someone, this bar has an intimate interior oozing a rustic charm. Yellow lights cast a warm glow over the place, creating a beautiful ambiance for your wine bliss. The place takes pride in the extensive wine selection that promises something for eclectic palates. Whether you are an aficionado or a beginner with the nuaces of wine, this is one place you should not miss. There's tapas to complete your fare, and patrons can always rely on the knowledgeable staff for suggestions over wine pairings. If yoy like something you tried, Zona d'Ombra also allows you to buy wines.
When you taste rich wines produced from the vast stretches of vineyards on the Iberian Peninsula available at La Vinoteca Torres, you'll have had a taste of the Spanish tradition of wine-drinking. La Vinoteca Torres, an award winning wine bar sets the standard high for a spirit-themed experience. Relax on the outdoor porch and munch on your tapas while gazing at the people on the street. Along with wines served by the glass, La Vinoteca Torres also serves an eclectic Tapas menu which will leave little to be desired. An excellent, English-speaking staff will veer your dining experience to a glorious finish.
La Bodegueta has been open for over 70 years and continues to serve up traditional tapas dishes; customers are diverse, from night owls to famous soccer players and the regulars.. With a prime location on the beautiful street of Rambla de Catalunya, this restaurant is the place to be on a nice day in the city. The cuisine is light, offering delicious cheese and meat plates, with an extensive Spanish wine and drink list. The staff is professional but friendly and will not hassle you if you want to sit on the outdoor tables for hours.
El Xampanyet is one of the city's liveliest tapas bars, and it has been serving some fabulous cavas, fresh cider, anchovies and tapas since the 1930s. Located close to the world-famous Picasso Museum, this place draws a huge number of tourists, who simply adore the lovely atmosphere, the colorful decor and the friendly staff.
Gaze at the Gothic Santa Maria del Mar, while you sip on a goblet of Spanish cava. Located in a touristy yet charming area, La Vinya del Senyor lets you sample hundreds of varieties of wine at your own leisurely pace. You can accompany your drink with a host of cheeses and coca (a pizza-like Catalan dish). Also available is the Spanish favorite - bread with olive oil and rock salt - as well as cold cuts like salami. Grab a table or a stool by the bar and enjoy your meal while you detach yourself from the surrounding hustle and bustle.
There are very few places in the city that get the ambiance, food as well as the drinking scene on point as ElDiset does. A perfect escape from your itinerary, ElDiset presents itself as an unparalleled date-night spot. The restaurant has a chic interior that's beautifully illuminated with gentle lights. Wine bottles adorn the shelves of the surrounding walls giving you a glimpse of how your evening would unfold. The menu dictates quintessentially Spanish dishes with the focus being on tapas. Served to look like a work of art, the seafood, meat as well as vegetarian specials delight your palate ensuring a second visit.