According to TripAdvisor, there are 260 Japanese restaurants in Barcelona, and I’m pretty sure you could find more. Japanese food is wildly popular here, but I were to say that the food sold in the vast majority of these is pretty different from what you’d find in Japan, I’m sure … Continue reading
Sometimes, you have the opportunity to visit a place which just gives you good vibes. You don’t know why but you feel at home and content, and when you leave you feel as though you’ve enjoyed a unique experience that was worth the visit. This, in reduced terms, is the … Continue reading
“Maybe we just come into this world to cover vacancies, and everyone has to resign themselves to whatever they get.” – Pere Calders Sometimes you can just tell when a place has a bit of a buzz to it. Bar Calders is one of those places: despite obviously having become … Continue reading
When temperatures rise (and even when they’re falling), an outdoor terraza where you can enjoy a drink alone or with friends is one of Barcelona’s greatest pleasures. Most outside areas spill over into the street, but there’s a few that are hidden away out at the back or behind closed … Continue reading
Ever since brunch came into fashion in Barcelona, reams have been written on the subject. In a city where people are used to eating their desayuno mid-morning in the office with their colleagues, and where lunch is a drawn-out affair that takes place relatively late in the day compared to … Continue reading
Vermouth is no longer just for old men. Read on to find out about the best vermouth bars in Barcelona.
Not all "gintonics" are created equal! Read on for some of the best gin and tonic bars in Barcelona.