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La cova fumada: home of la Bomba de la Barceloneta

29 mayo, 2013 |

One of the best examples of an authentic family-run bodega, this place is hugely popular within local workers, so this is why you’ll need to arrive early for a cramped and possibly shared table. There, it’s a must: need to have “la bomba”…Read more 

Bar delicias: a worthy walk up from the Park Güell

18 mayo, 2013 |

One of the most authentic bars in town, great bravas, amazing chocos (panfried calamari),…every typical tapa is made there in a perfect, traditional way. Eating inside or in the terrace means being surrounded by a lot of local people…Read more 

Tapas 24: best chefs love tapas

5 mayo, 2013 |

Want to go for a taste of the top gastronomic tapas? Carles Abellan, the chef of Comerç 24 and one of the best known chefs in Spain (if it doesn’t ring the bell, he cooked with Ferran Adrià in el Bulli, was in charge for Ferran’s tapas restaurant in Barcelona…Read more 

Quimet & quimet: 4 generations of montaditos by Quimets

17 marzo, 2013 |

An oldstyle bodega (liquor store, opened in 1914), with homemade vermouth and beer. Quimet is the diminutive of a catalan name (Joaquim), the name of the owner and his son. (that got this from their grandpa and father, named Quimet too…Read more 

Pinotxo: what not to miss in La Boqueria

6 marzo, 2013 |

“Juanito” is the most popular person in la Boqueria, and yes, you guessed right, he’s the bartender in Pinotxo. He’s so nice and talks about everything, but most important is that in his bar the best quality is provided. You can sit in the bar or in one of the 3 tall tables…Read more 

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