The English word “brunch” is probably the most fashionable word in gastronomy today. A careless late breakfast which smoothly passes to the lunchtime, complemented by the cocktails and a pleasant conversation is a great reward after a hard working week.
The word “brunch” (a breakfast and a lunch) and the tendency of going to the restaurant during the daytime on weekends comes from England, but today brunches are becoming popular all over the world. Barcelona isn’t the exception. If you want to find out our top 5 places for a brunch in Barcelona, then keep reading.
On the majestic Passeig de Gracia (must-see avenue during your stay in Barcelona) opened its doors in 2014 a space dedicated to restoration, seducing both food gourmets and lovers of interior design and architecture.
Bar Casi is a small miracle in a city like Barcelona, where it seems increasingly difficult to find a restaurant with no hidden surprises. We can’t include the Bar Casi in the list of fancy and fine cuisine places in Barcelona, but the quality quantity of the food meet the expectations. This marvel of authentic catalan cuisine invites us to enjoy their dishes in a very rustic ambience, radically anti-design.
Have you ever eaten tapas? Do you know what a tapa is? For those ones who haven’t tried it yet, tapas are just small portions of typical Spanish dishes. One tapa might not feel your stomach, but it becomes a much better experience when you share dozens of them with a group of friends, at the terrace of a bar in Barcelona.
Among other things, Barcelona is known for its healthy and Mediterranean cuisine, which perfectly combines both products of the sea and mountains to create innovative dishes. Catalonia is one of the most important wine regions in Spain, with a lot of different types of wine, such as, for example, Penedès, Alella or Priorat. Continue reading →
Vermouth (vermut in Spanish) is a liquor; a kind of aromatized or flavored wine (with some roots, herbs, flowers and spices). It was first produced in Italy in the mid-late 18th century to cure some light diseases, but ended up beeing the most common aperitivo, becoming famous in Barcelona and Spain.