This Mexican restaurant, which has an open kitchen and wood-beamed ceilings, is Oaxacan-inspired with an Adrià twist.
This historic brewery dates back to the mid-1800s but a major renovation in 2012 brought it squarely into the 21st century.
Hotel Majestic chef Nandu Jubany runs the kitchen at this restaurant on Passatge de la Concepció, also known as Barcelona’s “gastronomy alley.”
Restaurant Sant Pau
Chef Carme Ruscalleda’s original restaurant in the seaside community of Sant Pol de Mar is a worthy detour.
Mandarin Oriental’s two Michelin star restaurant is Catalan food at its most indulgent.
The Michelin-star restaurant in the Hotel Omm has become a must-book reservation for any food lover visiting Barcelona.
This top-tier spot has the easy, breezy feel of a beachside restaurant, with hardwood floors, bright white walls, and floor-to-ceiling windows.
Everything about this hard to book joint venture from brothers Ferran Adrià of El Bulli and Albert Adrià of Inopia is a spectacle.
At this light filled tapas bar, most ingredients come from owner Ivan Castro’s hometown of Mont, known for its pristine fruits and vegetables and homegrown livestock.