Fabrica Moritz

Sant Antoni
Beer + Food Hall

This historic brewery dates back to the mid-1800s but a major renovation completed in 2012 by celebrated French architect Jean Nouvel brought it squarely into the 21st century. Historic elements like stone walls and domed brick ceilings were left as-is, but glass floors allow guests to see the subterranean brewery with its shiny copper vats, and an inner courtyard with a living wall lets in plenty of light. While visitors should no doubt sample beers like the Epidor, a strong, toasty lager, the massive space has much more to offer, including a restaurant serving fare like a pork shoulder sandwich with comté cheese, a wine bar, and a bakery where fresh bread and pastries are churned out daily.

Fabrica Moritz
Ronda de Sant Antoni, 39-41Barcelona, Spain

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