Restaurants for Family Travelers in Barcelona, Spain 

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    El Corte Inglés

    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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    Taller de Tapas - Carrer de Argenteria

    6 reviews

    This is the Taller de Tapas that's located down the old silversmith's street in the Born district. The Building containing this modern, comfortable and office worker-friendly Tapas place dates from the 16th Century and was once a Nun's Convent. It's a fun place to eat and an interesting place to watch people. In our case, there was a table full ...

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  • 3

    Pans & Company

    3 reviews

    In terms of culinary choices in Greater Barcelona, Pans probably merits at most 2 Stars. Yet from an American perspective, isn't it great that a Fast Food joint offers beer? The real reason I'm bumping up the rating is that this place was here at the right time. I had just led Gayle through 2 Hours of FCB Barcelona touring ...

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    Marina Moncho's

    2 reviews

    Having undergone a recent refurbishment, Marina Moncho's is a pleasure to lunch on either the large covered terrace overlooking the Port Olímpic or indoors in the dining room. Both locations offer a Menú del Día Monday through to Friday from 12:00, although tourists be aware that you may have to ask for it specifically (I do still & I have ...

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  • 5


    3 reviews

    Excellent Vietnamese food, very friendly staff and nice interior.

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    Font Màgica

    2 reviews

    Sidestepping the potential to be cringingly kitsch, Barcelona’s Magic Fountain is a surprisingly stirring spectacle. A worthy symbol of the city, the fountain soars and sinks against the night sky, with a bevy of jets, lights and a specially synched soundtrack that combine to produce a spectacle you that may well be your abiding memory of Barcelona. Try to arrive ...

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    Passadis del Pep

    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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    Pescadors (Els)

    2 reviews

    Not far from the seafront, nestled on an assuming little square of the former industrial district of Poblenou, you’ll find Els Pescadors. Paying homage to its seafaring roots (the restaurant was originally a tavern where local fishermen and blue-collar workers would shoot the breeze), this is an elegant venue that knows how to woo its clientele. With wood-panelled walls and ...

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  • 9

    La Candela

    2 reviews

    Located in the Born district of the city, conveniently close to Arc de Triomf, Parc de la Ciutadella, the Picasso Museum and the Santa Maria del Mar Church. La Candela serves a mid-week 3-course lunch for 13,90 Euros with several options including vegetarian dishes (not as common as you might think in Barcelona!) and local Catalan specialties. Enjoy the terrace ...

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  • 10

    Euskal Etxea

    Another one of my favorite Tapas joints. Everything from Iberico Ham to Seafood to choose the Pixos you want from a huge selection and make your own plates while drinking vino or beer. After they count the number of toothpicks and glasses of wine to bill you. A fun way to try lots of different tastes of delicious Spanish ...

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    Hard Rock Café

    If you don’t mind a bit of a wait to get in, the Barcelona branch of the Hard Rock Café is an easy option for those travelling with children (or just craving a satisfying burger). Its location, on the central Plaça Catalunya, is accessible, and the tables outside are perfect for people watching. The food itself is exactly what you ...

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  • 12

    Escriba Xiringuito

    2 reviews

    If you’re at all into seafood, sun, sand or sangria (and who isn’t?), try and fit in a visit to this open-air restaurant bar on the boardwalk of Barcelona’s Bogatell beach. This stretch of sand, away from the city centre, is favoured by families, with plenty of space for kids to run around as well as a beach climbing frame ...

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  • 13

    Rodizio (El)

    2 reviews

    The first Brazilian restaurant to open in the whole of Spain, the Rodizio is perfect if your appetite’s big but your bank account sadly isn’t. A bright orange barn of a place, the centerpiece of this Brazilian grill is a table heaving with fresh salads, feijao, rice, salmon and even sushi – behold the all-you-can-eat buffet. Follow this up with ...

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    XOP D'OR

    2 reviews

    Anyone been to Spain knows how difficult it is to find a good early breakfast spot outside of hotels. Apparently the entire nation have a feeding schedule just a little later than the rest of the world. Xop D'or was a really nice little surprise find. If you want tapas for breakfast, this is the place for you. The tapas ...

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    Cerveceria Catalana

    36 reviews

    Gayle and I spent a most pleasant Sunday evening strolling hand-in-hand through the various friendly confines of the L'Eixample neighbourhood. We enjoyed the local flavor, the sparse crowds, the block-specific architecture, and admiring some of the more formal restaurants that we're open yet (or not at all on Sunday). It was our last night and Spain and we really appreciated ...

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  • 16

    Tapas 24

    24 reviews

    Tapas is a must in any season, and Tapas 24 is a great place to try some of the classics and as well as some more adventurous bites.

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    Cal Pep

    21 reviews

    great place for special tapas come with patience because it is usually full and you have to wait I go there every time i visit Barcelona Shouldn't be missed

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    Quinze Nits (Les)

    This is one of those restaurants that can be perfect for a date or a family dinner or a group meal with the sangria flowing. Nothing here is particularly special as it combines most of Spain's cuisines, but it is all good. It is also well located in the plaza real, just off the ramblas.

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    Can Paixano

    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

    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).

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