Lluritu is a modern, casual seafood bar that's quickly becoming a favorite in the neighborhood of Gràcia.
One of the best Japanese restaurants in Barcelona. Arm yourself with patience, the waiting list is long, but it is worth making a reservation at the new Sensation.
Bar Salvatge is a wine bar in Gràcia where you should order a bottle and find a seat at the communal tables.
Entrepanes Díaz in upper Eixample is an excellent sandwich spot from the Bar Mut team.
The team at Pizzeria Sartoria Panatieri focuses on seasonal, artisan produce and ingredient provenance, taking pie to a whole different level.
Berbena, in Barcelona offers a sophisticated dining experience, yet special attention is paid to basic ingredients.
Parking Pita freshly baked bread in a wood fired oven with different filling options, vegetable centric side dishes for sharing.
Funky Bakers is a delicious collaboration between bakers, chefs, artists and designers using fresh local products and recipes from all over the world.
Queviures Múrria is one of the most original modernist shops in Barcelona. Originally it was called La Puríssima because of the church that was nearby.
In this pork-centric region, beef doesn’t usually play a starring role on menus, which makes Lomo Alto even more special.