Bar Cañete offers delicious and elegant tapas, some of the very best in Barcelona. The scallops served with Iberian ham and tenderloin and their steak tartar are absolute must-tries. Have your pick from a selection of fine wines to accompany your meal - including, but not limited to red and sparkling wines directly from Spain - and immerse yourself in the sophisticated setting.
A revered culinary establishment of the city, Senyor Parellada celebrates Catalan cuisine. Gracefully decorated, the restaurant's interior is a tribute to the place's colonial roots. Furnished to entertain larger parties, the hotel's courtyard is filled with an amber hue emanating from august chandeliers that accentuate the exquisite art adorning every wall. The menu replicates the grace of the decor through quintessential dishes served with thoughtfulness. Fresh from the ocean, the seafood-laden paella is a must try here closely followed by the meaty duck breast or pork cheek.
With a beautiful view of seaside Barcelona and the old port, Can Sole offers both an ocean view and delicious meals. Serving traditional preparations since 1920, this restaurant has been visited by politicians, artists, bullfighters and friends alike. Such is its repute that it has been awarded the 'Plaque of Honor' for contributing to the tourism of the country. The restaurant is located in an old heritage building. If you are looking for a bright, cozy atmosphere and fresh seafood, then this is the place to relax and enjoy the scenery while you savor tasty fare.
Coure, located in the hip district of Gracia, is a must-see for any foodie looking to explore traditional Catalan cuisine with a masterful twist. The chef and owner Albert Ventura has created a menu consisting of small, elegant dishes with a flair for the unique. Many Catalan staples like sardines, tuna and fresh vegetables are used in the menu but in unpredictable ways to please the diner's palette. The restaurant also offers a great wine menu to pair with the delicious tasting menu. The decor is light, minimalist and airy.
The Garage Beer Company in Barcelona is one of the city's most acclaimed brewpubs that serves an eclectic selection of homebrews that are sure to satisfy the most discerning of palates. The interiors take after the establishment's name and exude a rustic yet elegant vibe. A great place to bring a few friends along for a glass of beer, their specialties are the Imperial Chocolate Stout, Mojito Berliner Weisse, Session IPA, Raspberry Berliner Weisse, and the session Imperial Stout.
Located in the heart of Barcelona, Espai Mescladís is one of the best places in the city to savor the diverse flavors of the Mediterranean coast in an alfresco setting. The restaurant has a casual and rustic vibe, making guests feel right at home. A great location for a meal with friends, the food is primarily Spanish, but also serve a variety of dishes that are inspired by cuisines from around the globe, making your dining experience an international affair. Sit back in their breezy outdoor setting and savor the delicious fare.
Cheap and amazing is the simplest way to describe this restaurant. Mussol Casp, like all the other Mussol restaurants, offers delectable Catalan dishes that would lift your mood instantly. Charcoal-grilled meat and vegetables served here is simply an unmatched palatable delight, but that's not all. One thing is for sure you are bound to enjoy the farm-fresh food with an urban touch served here.
McDonald's is synonymous with hamburgers and a Mac burger is what defines a true burger. It is the most famous fast food franchise in the world and the one in Barcelona is extremely popular among tourists and locals alike. A must try is their Mc Bacon burger the taste of which is totally out of this world! The best part about McDonald's is that you can either relish your meal in their frinedly joint, take it away or get it delivered to your doorstep. The venue does not stop at just being a fast food joint, you can plan birthday parties and other private events here if booked in advance. There is even a play place for kids to amuse themselves while their parents are enjoying a meal. And nothing could be better than to kick start your day with a wholesome breakfast at McDonald's. If you have not tried McDonald's in Barcelona, then this is the time do try it!
Located at the corner of Gran Via de les Corts Catalanes, this one is a spacious restaurant. The decor here is quite rustic and the walls are adorned with black & white images from the British colonial rule in Africa. If you were wondering about the name, they also house a real-life statue of president Obama. The menu serves a variety of options ranging from crepes and wraps, tapas, pizzas, burgers, sandwiches, etc. They also offer a selection of beers. The place is a bit on the expensive side but is worth a visit because of its unconventional theme and decor. The bar also hosts live music; check website for details.
True to its identity Burger King serves hearty burgers and fries, cold beverages and more. Burger King restaurant at Plaza Urquinaona is quite spacious and very good for groups. It is a perfect family restaurant but also a great place to watch a game of football with friends. The servers are friendly and understand English.
Keeping up with the lineage of the building it is set in and the theme of its hotel, Batuar is named after a pressing cotton machine. The colonial elegance with a hint of modernity is definitely in the league of Instagram and Pinterest. Besides its picture worthy decor, their Mediterranean cuisine with local flair is delightful to the palate. Fabulous cocktails await you at the gorgeous bar. They also have an exemplary selection of whiskey, gin, tequila, vodka and cognac, if you want something different.