Carrer de Blai is the most famous tapas street in Barcelona, where you will find tapa bar after tapa bar. A true way to immerse yourself into Spanish culture, sit outside amongst the crowds to try affordable and delicious food. The theory behind Pintxo is finger food held together with a toothpick, and these small bites are a key part of the gastronomic experience in Spain.
Pincho J is our favourite spot on the street. Must not miss the mushroom Croquettes!
A popular gastronomic experience located at the very heart of Passeig de Gràcia. El Nacional is effortlessly divided into quadrants to offer you diversity in both cuisine and atmosphere with four separate restaurants and bars. You can try traditional recipes from around the Iberian Peninsula, and wash it down with the finest cava. This is the perfect spot for meeting friends, with enough variety to satisfy differing tastes.
Try the classic cheese and salted tapas along with a glass of vermouth.
Located on the beachfront in Barceloneta next to the W hotel, Pez Vela serves up some of the freshest paella in town. It’s airy open plan styling and decked flooring provide the perfect nautical backdrop to sit and watch as the ocean glistens during sunset. Settle into the comfortable armchairs and enjoy the candlelight, exquisite aromas and the fresh scent of the ocean.
A modern twist on tapas with a cosy candlelit interior – Paz 19 by Sensi is a fresh take on Spanish dining with an in-house mixologist crafting signature tipples. If you like your cocktails with a side of theatrics then this is the spot for you.
Order their pasta tapas - Fresh truffle ravioli, parmesan cream and truffle oil.
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