Pizzeria barcelona: List of the Best Pizza in Barcelona — Barcelona Food Experience

List of the Best Pizza in Barcelona — Barcelona Food Experience

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Looking for the best pizza in Barcelona? Everyone has their favorite, but here are a few of the best ones in Barcelona!

Trafalgar Pizza Club, Barcelona. Photo © Barcelona Food Experience.

Trafalgar Pizza Club, Barcelona. Photo © Barcelona Food Experience.

Trafalgar Pizza Club – The newest addition to the pizza scene in Barcelona. This one is something else! The space is very cool, the staff incredibly friendly, and the pizzas are without a doubt among my favorites. They ferment the dough for 48 hours, they bring the stone-ground flour straight from Italy (along with other ingredients). The pizzaiolos are also Italian, and the pizza oven is the Ferrari of all pizza ovens. There are DJs, cocktails, a cool private space for groups, and much more. Don’t miss it! Carrer de Trafalgar, 19, Barcelona (Eixample).

Grosso Napoletano Senza Glutine, Barcelona. Photo © Barcelona Food Experience.

Grosso Napoletano Senza Glutine, Barcelona. Photo © Barcelona Food Experience.

Grosso Napoletano – Don’t feel like you’re missing out if you can’t have gluten: Grosso Napoletano has three spots in Barcelona, and one of them is 100% gluten free! The restaurant is gorgeous, and the pizzas are very, very good with delicious, fluffy crusts. Carrer de València, 234 (Senza Glutine), Passeig Sant Joan, 25, and Carrer de Casanova, 209.

Pit Stop Pizza, Barcelona. Photo © Barcelona Food Experience.

Pit Stop Pizza – These guys have a tiny little shop next to Hospital Sant Pau, where they make the most delicious pizzas with a well-fermented dough. They also do small pizza portafoglio that are great for takeaway, and fresh pasta every day. They have a couple of seats inside, and a terrace. If you order for takeaway or delivery, you’ll find a little syringe with spicy oil inside! Don’t miss their dessert pizzas. Carrer de Sant Antoni Maria Claret, 238 (Sagrada Famila/Hospital de Sant Pau).

BrewWild BCN, Barcelona. Photo © Barcelona Food Experience.

BrewWild BCN – Awesome pizzas with delicious toppings in a spacious establishment in Eixample (it’s a lot bigger than it looks at first sight!). Their Nutella pizza is fantastic..! They have a cute patio in the back with plants, and a cozy sofa corner. Craft beer fans rejoice: they have lots of taps with very fresh craft beers. C. del Consell de Cent, 255, Barcelona (Eixample).

Parking Pizza – This place is, without a doubt, one of my favorites. They have three locations, both equally fun. My go-to pizza here is the cheese-truffle-egg pizza; I would say it’s addictive. Read my review here. Carrer de Londres, 98, Passeig Sant Joan 56, Ptge. Marimon 5 (Eixample). 

Frankie Gallo Cha Cha Cha, Barcelona. Photo © Barcelona Food Experience.

Frankie Gallo Cha Cha Cha – The Colombo brothers, together with the previous owner of Cañete opened this cool pizza place that has turned into the favorite of many. They combine interesting ingredients in their funky pizzas, which matches the vibe of the place. If pizza is not your thing, they also have a few other Italian specialties on the menu. Carrer del Marquès de Barberà, 15 (Raval). 

Pizza Circus – Inexpensive pizza slices in a place that has been around for a while. There is no seating, just grab a slice and get cozy. Carrer Nou de la Rambla, 40 (Raval). 

Pizzeria NapolitanaA33, Barcelona. Photo © Barcelona Food Experience.

Pizzeria Napolitana A33 – This pizza restaurant might not look like much from the outside (aren’t they the best places though?!), but wow are their pizzas to die for! They are well priced, authentic Neapolitan, and absolutely delicious with lots of toppings. They offer a good lunch deal. Carrer de Manso, 22 (Sant Antoni).

NAP – The letters stand for Neapolitan Authentic Pizza, and the focus here is on an authentic pizza base. The pizzas are prepared in a wood-burning oven, for that perfect taste. Av. de Francesc Cambó, 30 (Born-La Ribera), Carrer del Baluard, 69 (Barceloneta), and Av. del Paral·lel, 94 (Parallel). 

Sports Bar – This humble restaurant might not look like much, but they serve without a doubt among the best pizzas in the city. They have now expanded to four locations, including a takeaway. C/ Ample, 51 (Gotico), Av/ Diagonal, 123 (Les Corts), C/ Marina, 290 (Poblenou), Takeaway: C/ De la Boqueria (Raval) and C/ D’en Tantarantana, 20 (Born).

La Balmesina, Barcelona. Photo © Barcelona Food Experience.

La Balmesina – Their pizzas are made with organic, local, and seasonal ingredients in exciting and innovative combinations. They have a good lunch deal, and pizza is not the only interesting item on their menu. Carrer de Balmes, 193 (Sarría-Sant Gervasi).

La Bella Napoli – One of the classics in Barcelona. There’s nothing hip and cool about this place: it’s a cozy family affair. The staff is fun and entertaining. Carrer de Villaroel, 101 (Poble Sec). 

L’Antica Pizzeria Da Michele, Barcelona. Photo © Barcelona Food Experience.

L’Antica Pizzeria Da Michele – World-renowned Neapolitan pizzeria Da Michele arrived in Barcelona not long ago, serving traditional Neapolitan pizza using the same recipes and the same ingredients as in its origin restaurant dating back to 1870. It was made famous by Julia Roberts in Eat Pray Love..! The stars on the menu are the Margherita and the Marinara, both with a soft, thin base, prepared in a traditional wood-fire oven. Carrer del Consell de Cent, 336 (Eixample). 

Can Pizza – They opened first in El Prat and caused quite a hype, and now expanded around Barcelona. They even have merch! The dough is fermented for 72 hours, and the Carbonara is a classic. See all locations here.

Messie Sin Gluten, Barcelona. Photo © Barcelona Food Experience.

Messie Sin Gluten – Are you gluten-free but still crave pizza? Fear not, at Messie Sin Gluten you can get your pizza fix without any worries. Everything here is gluten-free, including a broad range of beers. You can also ask for vegan cheese. Calle de Siracusa, 15 (Gracia) and Carrer de Muntaner 109 (Eixample). 

Sartortia Panatieri – Rafa Panatieri, who used to be the head chef at Roca Moo, has surrounded himself with top staff, and makes his 72-hour fermentation sourdough pizzas in a wood-fire oven. They use organic stone-ground flour and organic and local produce for the toppings. Many consider the pizza here as the best one in town. Carrer de l’Encarnació, 51 (Gracia) and Carrer de Provença 330 (Eixample).

Nonna Maria – What makes this pizza place particularly cool is that every month they ask a local chef to create their signature pizza. Avenida Sarria, 50 (Sarrià). 

La Clote, Barcelona. Photo © Barcelona Food Experience.

La Clote (Used to be La Clotenca) – In addition to their standard pizzas they have good gluten-free pizza options, and excellent vegan ones too, using vegan mozzarella. Carrer del Clot, 49 (Clot) and C/ Vilardell, 25 (Sants).

Did I forget a favorite of yours? Drop me a line!

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Best Pizza Places in Barcelona

Barcelona has some great pizza places serving fresh, oven baked pizzas. We’ve created a list of the very best pizza restaurants considering quality, taste and atmosphere. 

Browse the list below of the best pizza places in Barcelona.

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