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  • 1

    Passadis del Pep

    5
    2 reviews

    If you go to Barcelona, do not miss Passadis del Pep restaurant. Great food and excellent service, everybody will become your friend.

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  • 2

    La Cova Fumada

    5
    2 reviews

    Trying to get to eat at La Cova Fumada is difficult enough. Not because it's some 3 star Michelin place, but because it's hardly ever open. When it is though you eat cosied up to locals taking early evening tapas and beers. If you like your places fancy this isn't for you. If you like your wine poured from a ...

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    Los Caracoles

    This is a MUST visit for dinner in Barcelona. You walk into a small but very authentic and almost always 'happening' bar area with jamon hanging all around and totally legit atmosphere of an authentic bodega. Then, at the end of the bar, you see the entrance to the kitchen which you must walk through to get the main restaurant. ...

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    Cerveceria Catalana

    4.5
    36 reviews

    YUM YUM YUM! Cerveceria Catalana does some of the best Spanish Tapas I have ever had. Everything we tasted was extremely delicious and it was served fast and quick. The wait can be long since this place is quite popular, but definitely worth it. The atmosphere is also extremely fun and active which definitely helps. My favorites were the ham ...

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    Tapas 24

    4.5
    24 reviews

    I had some expectations for this place and thought it was affordable, but it was ok. The waiter wasn't very friendly and it took him a while to get our table ready outside. He seemed bothered that I ordered a few small tapas. My friend and I tried a few small tapas, most was fried items. It was good but ...

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    Cal Pep

    4.5
    21 reviews

    There's a decent mix of locals and tourists, but the quality of the food is still superb. It's a gamble with the wait to sit here, but if you're not starving - wait! The cooks whip up mouth-watering dishes in front of you. There's no real menu...you can tell them what you are craving, but I'd ask what's fresh. Or ...

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    Can Paixano

    4.5
    15 reviews

    It’s worth the jostling and yelling for Can Paixano’s mouth watering sandwiches and inexpensive pink cava (cava rosat). The sandwiches on the specials list are a good bet.

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    El Xampanyet

    4.5
    11 reviews

    Great little local tapas bar in the middle of a fairly touristic area. If you can get a seat, hog it for hours and plug into a bottle of house xampanet. Great cured meats and excellent house boquerones (white anchovies).

  • 9

    Ciudad Condal

    4.5
    9 reviews

    One of the best restaurants in Barcelona. You cannot order a place in advance, you have to wait for a while (30 min) and it's worth waiting!! The food is amazing !!!!

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  • 10

    Quimet & Quimet

    Located on a small, out-of-the-way street, this tiny restaurant serves some of the best tapas in Barcelona. It gets crowded and counter/table space is in limited supply, but patience will be rewarded.

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  • 11

    Pinotxo

    Stake out a spot here at this tapas bar. Already crowded given its location in La Boqueria and its immense popularity with the locals, an empty stool here is a bit of a hot commodity. That man sporting the vest and bow tie telling you what they are serving that day is Joan Bayen, the third-generation owner of this classic ...

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  • 12

    Paradeta (La)

    5
    6 reviews

    My Catalan friends took me here and explained beforehand that this was a great place for seafood - especially for the price. I wasn't sure what to expect, but wow they weren't kidding! The counter is filled with so many crustaceans - obviously all fresh. You pick what you want and tell the staff how to prepare it. They give ...

  • 13

    Tickets

    5
    6 reviews

    Ferran Adria’s first project after closing el Bulli. I’ve been very lucky to have eaten here 3 times (in May 2011, Jan 2012 and September 2012). Yes, the menu has changed and still changes. The focus is on exquisite produce and the best suppliers. There is a element of molecular genius applied, you’re always offered the liquid olives first. In ...

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  • 14

    La Flauta

    4.5
    6 reviews

    Great restaurant for a fancy lunch with a cheap price tag. Great foie gras!! The servers here are all very flirty with Americans. Enjoy!

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    Taller de Tapas - Carrer de Argenteria

    4.5
    6 reviews

    Located in the Born district Taller da Tapas was one of my to to spots for dinner. I found this a great way to sample a great variety of food while having a drink and bouncing around without getting stuffed.

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  • 16

    Paco Meralgo

    4.5
    6 reviews

    Paco Meralgo is another good Spanish Tapas restaurant that gets a lot of traction. The atmosphere is a little more sophisticated, but still relatively casual. The food is pretty good with the ham sandwiches and croquettes being some of the standout dishes. There is a sexiness about this restaurant that makes it a good date spot or a night out ...

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  • 17

    Comerç 24

    4.5
    6 reviews

    Sous Chef El Bulli. Mind-blowing food experimentation.

  • 18

    Boca Grande

    4.5
    6 reviews

    Great ambiance. Best panne and tomato I had in Barcelona. Great food and wine, overall a wonderful experience. Bathroom is a must see, tons of mirrors everywhere and a DJ!

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    El Corte Inglés

    4.5
    6 reviews

    El Corte Ingles is a chain of hotels in Spain but I love the one here in Barcelona. It has 7 floors filled with all types of stuff from shoes, dresses, and the popular Spanish perfumes and colognes.

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    Can Majó

    4.5
    6 reviews

    Most of residential streets are not wide but very inviting to walk and observe

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