Restaurants gracia barcelona: Gracia Neighborhood Guide – Where to Eat, Drink and Shop — Barcelona Food Experience

Gracia Neighborhood Guide – Where to Eat, Drink and Shop — Barcelona Food Experience

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Written By Maria

Gracia is my favorite neighborhood, I’ve lived here for 10 years and I couldn’t imagine living anywhere else. It feels like a little village with it’s many pedestrian, tree-lined streets. Gracia is also a neighbourhood that is not in focus for many tourists, even though it is just a hop and a skip from Plaza Cataluña and the Ramblas. 

Street Art in Gracia, Barcelona.

During the years I have acquired quite a few favorites, and I’m listing most of them here for your enjoyment. 

La Brillantina, Barcelona. Photo © Barcelona Food Experience.

La Brillantina – A cozy hangout hidden away on a side street that offers wonderful Latin-American food, cocktails, and natural wines. The atmosphere is great and they have a cute space for groups. Read my review here. Carrer de Bretón de los Herreros, 18.

Origo Bakery – Only organic ancient grains are used to bake tasty bread at this eco-conscious bakery. They also serve specialty coffee to go, and they have a little shop with wines, cheeses, and more. Read all about this gem of a place here. Carrer de Milà i Fontanals, 9.

Omu, Barcelona. Photo © Barcelona Food Experience.

Omu – This adorable onigiri shop was love at first sight. So many delicious options, they use high-quality ingredients, the staff is very friendly, and the place is so cute. I’m addicted. Read my review here. C/ Biada 1.

Beryti Bistro, Barcelona. Photo © Barcelona Food Experience.

Beryti Bistro – Visiting Beryti is like you would be welcomed like a guest in the home of Cindy and Pamela, the owners. The Lebanese food here is true comfort food, very authentic, and made with lots of love. Read my review here. Travessera de Gracia 228.

Can Luc – Cheese you said? Get your cheese fix here, where you’ll get very knowledgeable service and anything you might need to pair your cheeses with, including a list with the names of the cheese you’ve chosen and which order you should eat them in. Full post here. Carrer de Berga, 4.

Fonda Pepa – Fantastic little restaurant combining local flavors with Mexican ones. Easily one of my favorite restaurants in Gracia, and in Barcelona. It’s creative, delicious, and comforting. Read my review here. Carrer de Tordera, 58.

Syra Coffee Barcelona. Photo © Barcelona Food Experience.

Syra Coffee – Many a coffee lover come here to get their caffeine fix. Good matcha and chai latte. They also arrange workshops for those who want to know more about the art of coffee making. Full post here. Carrer de la Mare de Déu dels Desemparats, 8.

La Xula Tapería – Casual and popular tapas joint open every day (evenings), and on weekends also at midday. Carrer de la Mare de Déu dels Desemparats, 18.

Sabio Infante, Barcelona. Photo © Barcelona Food Experience.

Sabio Infante – A cosy neighborhood hangout with good breakfast options, snacks, specialty coffee, and a really cute interior. Read more here. Carrer del Torrent de l’Olla, 39.

Bungnuts – Incredibly indulgent donuts, and they’re all vegan! Keep an eye out for the seasonal flavors. They also have coffee and matcha to go. Read my review here. Carrer de Santa Eugènia, 16.

Gallo Santo – A very popular hangout serving vegan Mexican food. Their birria tacos are fantastic, and the drinks are also nice. Read my post here. Carrer del Torrent de l’Olla, 64.

Bar La Camila – There’s something magical about this cozy bar. You come in here, and you will not want to leave. It is fun and inviting any time of the day, and has a certain air of coolness to it, in the best of ways. Read my review here. Carrer de Banyoles, 11.

La Coco – An unexpected Japanese restaurant a few metres away from famous Gaudi creation Casa Vicens. Here delicious and authentic Japanese food mixes with elegant and interesting Spanish wines. This concept is solid. Read my review of La Coco here. Carrer d’Aulèstia i Pijoan, 6.

La Rovira, Barcelona. Photo © Barcelona Food Experience.

La Rovira – Good craft beer (on tap and bottles), tapas and sandwiches at this old-school kind of bar that always attracts a crowd. They have a large terrace, and they serve my favorite vermouth. Full post here. Carrer de Rabassa, 23.

Hitsumabushi – The chef used to work at the Tsukiji Market in Tokyo, and serves now tasty Japanese food (eel is their specialty!) in Gracia. Read my post here. Avinguda de la Riera de Cassoles, 3.

Antunez – A restaurant with that friendly neighbourhood vibe, a place to hang out with friends and share some good food. Read my review here. Carrer de Neptú, 18.

Extra Bar – A tiny little bar with very good seasonal tapas, all with a bit of a twist. Good selection of wines. Carrer del Torrent de l’Olla, 79.

Taoyaca – Such a great Japanese restaurant, right on C/ Verdi. Their nigiris are excellent, and they have a good lunch deal. Carrer de Verdi, 82.

Bodega Cal Pep – Go back 50 years or so in time in this tapas bar (not to be confused with Cal Pep in the Born!) where not much has changed lately. Make sure you try the vermouth! Read my post here. Carrer de Verdi, 141.

Ceviche at Toma Ya Streetfood, Barcelona. Photo © Barcelona Food Experience.

Toma Ya Street Food – Street food from around the world is served in this little place, the ceviche is particularly good, and the staff is so friendly! Read my post here. Carrer de Nil Fabra, 34.

Bodega Quimet – This old bodega is so charming you’ll never want to leave! It gets very busy at peak times so go early. Read my review here. Carrer de Vic, 23.

Croq & Roll – This place specializes in croquetas, doesn’t that sound intriguing? They have so many to choose from, including dessert croquetas. Full post here. Travessera de Gràcia, 233.

La Bicicleta – Straightforward kind of place with good tapas, read my post here. Carrer de Verdi, 65.

Viblioteca – A tiny little place where cheese is king! Their wine selection is on point. Read more here.  Carrer de Vallfogona, 12.

L’Arrosseria Xàtiva – One of my favorite places for paella and rice, they have so many to choose from. Good for those with intolerances. Carrer del Torrent d’En Vidalet, 26.

La Antigua de Mexico – Go here for quick tacos: they have one changing flavor each day and they’re pretty amazing. Carrer de Torrijos, 50.

Kibuka, Barcelona. Photo © Barcelona Food Experience.

Kibuka – I’m a big fan of this Japanese – Brazilian fusion place. They have two restaurants and one takeaway in Gracia. Don’t miss their brigadeiros for dessert. Goya 9, Verdi 64, Torrent de l’Olla 23 (takeaway).

Balafria – Technically located in Putxet, but I want to include it anyway: this cozy and friendly cafe is really worth visiting. They also have a good lunch deal. Read my review here. Carrer de Sant Hermenegild, 2.

Gula Bar – The perfect bar to take your friends and share some good food and great wines. Make sure to book in advance though, it’s very popular. Read my post here. Carrer del Dr. Rizal, 20.

Santa Gula, Barcelona. Photo © Barcelona Food Experience.

Santa Gula – One of my favorite restaurants in Gracia: seasonal fresh food in a very cosy atmosphere. Read more here. Plaça de Narcís Oller, 3.

SlowMov – A temple for those who appreciate specialty coffee. They have their own roastery here, and local products to buy and take home with you. Carrer de Luis Antúnez, 1.

Kitsune – A very popular Japanese restaurant, excellent value for money. I love their matcha cheesecake. Carrer del Montseny, 13.

Chivuo’s – A very good option if you’re looking for a great burger and a tasty craft beer from tap. Carrer del Torrent de l’Olla, 175.

Intrepid de Gracia – Very good dishes to share and a staff who is very knowledgeable about wines.  Carrer del Torrent de l’Olla, 176.

The Quick Greek – Inexpensive Greek street food to go, and good authentic Greek food items to buy to take home. Carrer d’Astúries, Plaça del Diamant, 67.

Lluritu, Barcelona. Photo © Barcelona Food Experience.

Lluritu –  One of my favorite seafood restaurants, humble but oh so cool. Book a table in the back or stay by the bar for a drink and a snack. Carrer del Torrent de les Flors, 71. They have a second location, Lluritu 2, close by on Carrer de la Virtut, 11.

Messié Sin Gluten – if you’re celiac or like to avoid gluten but have a pizza craving then look no further..! All the pizzas here are gluten-free. They also have a great selection of GF beers. Carrer de Siracusa, 15.

Berbena restaurant, Gracia, Barcelona. Photo © Barcelona Food Experience.

Berbena – This small neighborhood restaurant went straight to my top list of favourite restaurants. With simple, sophisticated dishes, natural wines, and fascinating cheeses it will charm your pants off. It also appears in the Michelin Bib Gourmand guide. Read my review of Berbena here. Carrer de Minerva, 6.

Street Art in Gracia, Barcelona. Photo © Barcelona Food Experience.

Bar La Beata – Looking for craft beer? La Beata is your place! Good options on tap and bottle, and something to nibble on too. Carrer de Jesús, 16.

Nola Cocktail Bar & Food – A very cozy cocktail bar with elaborate drinks and tasty New Orleans-inspired food. Jazz plays in the background: it is the perfect place for a date night. Carrer de Santa Teresa, 1b, Local 1.

Bloody Mary Cocktail Lounge, Barcelona. Photo © Barcelona Food Experience.

Bloody Mary Cocktail Lounge – Such a cosy little bar where the cocktails are made to perfection (without too much damage to your wallet). Good snacks too, try the oven-baked bravas with herbs. They have 10 different Bloody Marys! Read my post here. Carrer de Ferrer de Blanes, 3.

Bodega del Sol – This shop specializes in craft beer, they have so many to choose from. Buy one or two (or many) and sit down on the Plaza del Sol next to the shop if weather permits. Plaça del Sol, 2.

La Vermuteria del Tano – A very old school, humble kind of bar, go here for delicious vermouth and a snack. Carrer de Joan Blanques, 17.

Bar Salvatge – A cosy wine bar that focuses on natural wines. The atmosphere is great, and it gets packed, so go early. Carrer de Verdi, 50.

Tepache cocktail at 14 de la Rosa, Gracia, Barcelona. Photo © Barcelona Food Experience.

14 de la Rosa – Cocktails, natural wines, dishes to share and a cosy vibe in a charming new neighbourhood bar. Carrer de Martínez de la Rosa, 14.

El Villa Vermuteria – I absolutely adore this Almerian vermouth bar. The design is cool, the staff is friendly, and the vibes are always great. Read my review here. Carrer de Martínez de la Rosa, 2.

Las Vermudas – They have more than 100 (!) different vermouths, tasty snacks, live concerts, cocktail classes, and so much more fun things going on. Read my review here. Carrer del Robí, 32.

If you love vermouth like I do, make sure to check out my guide with 17 vermouth bars in Gracia!

Candela Canela – A shop full of cinnamon rolls, is that paradise or what? Make sure you try the dulce de leche one. They’ve got specialty coffee if you need something strong to go with your roll. Carrer de Ros de Olano, 48.

Amma Gelato – Creative vegan ice creams made with prime raw materials. The ice creams are fantastic, and very creamy. Some of them you couldn’t imagine they’re vegan! Read my review of Amma Gelato here. Plaça de la Virreina, 3.

Lukumas, Barcelona. Photo © Barcelona Food Experience.

Lukumas – Fantastic donuts that you’ll be dreaming about long afterwards, and specialty coffee. Read my post here. Carrer del Torrent de l’Olla, 169.

Parallelo Gelato, Barcelona. Photo © Barcelona Food Experience.

Parallelo Gelato – In this ice-cream lab anything can happen. Very exciting flavors are created here, seasonal and fun, with local ingredients. Read my review here! Carrer de Sèneca, 18.

La Besneta – A 100% vegan bakery with gorgeous (and very delicious) cakes and sweets. Carrer de Torrijos, 37.

Sil’s Cakes – American style cakes and cookies that will leave you breathless.  Carrer del Torrent de l’Olla, 62.

Chök – Their shop in Raval has a constant queue, but this chocolate bakery is much calmer but equally as good, if not better. Carrer d’Astúries, 93.

Street Art in Gracia, Barcelona. Photo © Barcelona Food Experience.

Wine Palace -Cheesy name but an excellent wine shop with many options, and interesting events on Carrer Verdi 67.

Carrer Verdi: There are a few great shops on Verdi, more or less between Robí and Terol. I like the clothes shops Nana Banana and Picnic, a few hand-made jewellery shops and home goods at Fulanitu i Menganita. If sustainable and fair trade fashion is your thing then check out Velvet BCN, that carries beautiful clothes and accessories (Verdi 42). 

Handmade jewelry  – In addition to Verdi also Bonavista and the lower part of Torrent de l’Olla host several little shops with beautiful hand-made jewelry. 

Gatuari – Not appropriate under shopping but it doesn’t exactly fit under eating or drinking: If you are looking to adopt a cat or just want to play with one (or many), make sure you drop by Gatuari. They also organize yoga with cats and other interesting events. Read my post here. Carrer de Sant Lluís, 14.

Carrer Bonavista – This street also has several interesting clothes shops like Mushi Mushi, a cool bar called Bar But, and a great lifestyle shop called Be.

Ika Editions – Beautiful clothing store where everything is made from natural materials. Classic designs, coolness and comfort on C/ Bonavista 9.

Bridal wear  – Gracia is wonderful for any bride to be: there are many small independent shops that specialize in bridal wear, like Otaduy, Modart, Érase Una Vez, L’Avetis, Renoviart, Khog, Grace Barcelona, Lorenapanea….

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Our Barcelona Restaurant Guide – Devour Tours

With so many incredible restaurants on every corner it’s hard to know where to eat in Gracia. This charming village-like neighborhood just north of the Eixample is a unique, off-the-beaten-path absolute-must for foodies.

From traditional, family-run bodegas to hip new cafes serving up flat whites and nitro coffees, it really does have it all. We love this neighborhood and its fantastic array of great eats and beautiful streets. Read on for our restaurant guide on where to eat in Gracia. Welcome to one of our favourite neighbourhoods in Barcelona.

La Pubilla

Tucked away behind one of Gracia’s main markets you will find La Pubilla. A bright and cozy restaurant that’s well-known throughout Barcelona for serving up the best menu del dia, or fixed price lunch menu, in the city. Beautifully creative presentation, top-notch quality and generous portions make this place a must for a chic Barcelona lunch. Don’t forget the reservation!

Address: Plaça de la Llibertat, 23

The menu changes daily at La Pubilla!

Con Gracia

Con Gracia is one of the most innovative and exciting restaurants to eat in Gracia. If you’re hankering for something a little special then this is definitely the place for you. Feeling adventurous? The Experience Menu is a must-try. Relinquish yourself to the chef’s choices and be surprised by each and every course. Perfect!

Address: Carrer de Martínez de la Rosa 8

Perfectly plated delicious food is always on the menu at Con Gracia. Photo Credits: AnnaEatsTravels


The tree-lined Verdi Street is undoubtedly one of Gracia’s loveliest. Crammed with dozens of independent designer shops, cute cafes, restaurants, bars and even a small movie theatre. It’s hard to not eat well around here. But for a casual bar with great pintxos (Basque-style self-service tapas), head to Gasterea. Try as many of their outstanding pintxos as you please and wash it all down with a swig of fizzy txakoli wine. Definitely one to try if you’re not sure where to eat in Gracia!

Address: Carrer Verdi, 39

Roig Robí

Fine dining with Catalan Flair! From the moment you enter you feel special! Which of course is no accident, the female owner and head chef Mercè Navarro and her son & daughter have been running this place beautifully since 1986. From perfectly pressed linen table clothes to a jungle-inspired pretty terrace, it’s hard to find something not to love. Their wine selection is incredible, as is the delicious food. The best part? The tasting menu of course—after all it would be a shame not to taste some of those stunning wines! This is definitely one place to check out if you’re in Gracia for a special occasion.

Address: Carrer de Sèneca, 20

The beautiful jungle-styled terrace at Roig Robí. Photo credits:

Casa Pages

If you’re looking for grandma’s home cooking, look no further than Casa Pages. Run by an elderly Galician couple, this is the lower end of Gracia’s neighborhood hangout. Cozy with rustic, delicious tapas as well as a great value set lunch menu, this is a classic restaurant of the area. Down the street, find the owners’ son’s restaurant, Cafe Pages, a modern take on his parents’ profession – whether you are after rustic or modern, there will be a choice to satisfy you!

Address: Carrer Llibertat, 19

Ca’l Pep

There is nothing we love quite as much as la hora del vermut, the sacred aperitif hour that comes before lunch in Barcelona. But if you’re going to partake in this lovely tradition, you may as well do it right, with an old school bodega filled with locals hanging out as if it were their own living room.

Head to Ca’l Pep to hang with them and enjoy a sweet vermouth or glass of cava, and don’t forget the snacks. They’re simple, but what more do you need? Manchego cheese, cured Spanish meats and a drink in hand, it’s the perfect way to ease yourself into a long Spanish lunch. Not sure what exactly vermouth is? Take a look at the video below and let our expert guide Victoria tell you how to best enjoy it—like a local.

Address: Carrer Verdi, 141

La Panxa del Bisbe

Inventive Catalan cuisine is not uncommon in Barcelona these days, but head to La Panxa del Bisbe to get way off the beaten path and into a fine dining, top-notch restaurant that is a favorite among locals. Be sure to make a reservation beforehand!

Address: Carrer de Rabassa, 37

Want to connect with locals and try essential Catalan dishes in a traditional neighborhood? Join our Taste Barcelona Like a Local: Gracia Neighborhood Food Tour! For the true Catalan experience of hole-in-the-wall gems serving up home-cooked classics and regulars-only bodegas, you can’t do any better than Gracia—and on this food tour, we’ll show you where to find the best of the best. 

This blog post was updated on July 27, 2017.

The best places to eat in Gràcia in Barcelona

    • 1.1 La Piadina
    • 1.2 Les tres a la cuina
    • 1.2 Gràcia
    • 1.2 0003 1.4 Casa Lopez
    • 2.1 La Panxolina
    • 2.2 La Ramona
    • 2.3 La Pepita
    • 2.4 Bodega Neus


  • 3. 1 Café Godot
  • 3.2 Mamma’s Café
  • 3.3 Bicioci Bike café
  • 3.4 Barcelona Bagels
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  • 4.2 La Panxa del Bisbe
  • 4.3 Hofmann
  • 4.4 La Paula
  • One of Barcelona’s neighborhoods, Gracia, has a special character and character. With its lively squares and great variety of cafes and restaurants, it’s no surprise that it’s one of the favorite places to walk for both Barcelona residents and tourists who fall in love with the area at first sight. Today we want to present you a list of best places to eat in Gràcia , whether you prefer brunch , tapas, budget places or the finest restaurants. You will want to return to each of the places, we assure you!

    By booking Lugaris Apartments in Barcelona, ​​you can easily reach Gracia by metro.


    Tasty, nice and cheap. This is the main feature of places where you don’t have to spend a fortune to eat well. Discover budget restaurants in Gracia where you can eat for less than 10 euros.

    La Piadina

    Pizza’s little sister is gaining more and more fans in Barcelona, ​​and we’re not surprised because it’s incredibly delicious. The first to bring this delicacy to Barcelona was Emil Peranzini, as proudly described in the text on the wall of the institution. Made from homemade dough, based on mozzarella and arugula , piadina has many variations. There are even sweet piadinas! There are no chairs in the cafe, but don’t worry, there are many benches and stairs in the Gràcia area, where people usually sit down to eat and listen to the next street musician who will serve as an accompaniment to your meal with delicious food.

    Address : carrer de la Santa Creu, 1

    Opening hours : from 12:00 to 23:00. 7 days a week

    Les tres a la cuina

    The establishment is run by two brothers and their mother. Here you can always have a delicious lunch. Their menus consist of three first courses, three second courses and two desserts to choose from, but everything is very tasty. Paki’s recipes are based on fresh and seasonal ingredients, so you’re unlikely to eat the same dish two days in a row. The recent positive reviews this small restaurant has received have earned it a spot on the Gracia Best Restaurants list.

    Address : carrer Sant Lluís, 35

    Opening hours : 13:00 to 16:00 Monday to Friday

    Àsia amb Gràcia

    900 Sol 58 Plaza de la Vir and the Plaza del Diamant are filled with people who decide they don’t need a table or a roof to eat. Therefore, one of the most popular takeaway dishes in the area is wok noodles. Although there are many similar establishments nearby, some of the most delicious dishes are at Āsia amb Gràcia, where you can choose the type of noodles you like, as well as the ingredients and sauce. In addition, you can ask menu which includes sushi and other snacks.

    Address : Plaça del Diamant, 5

    Opening hours : Monday to Thursday from 12:15 to 16:30 and from 19:00 to 23:00. Friday to Sunday from 12:15 pm to 11:00 pm

    Casa López

    This bar has been a secret that has been passed down by word of mouth for decades from locals and patrons of the area. A long bar where you can always have a chinchon, tables with grandpas playing dominoes, and a huge TV to watch the Champions League games – this is all that this place needs. There is no doubt about the authenticity of this bar, , which has taken the neighborhood by storm with a simple tapas menu and affordable lunch menu. We recommend that you go there early and it is better to wait a bit, especially on the days of important football matches, as the bar is always full of people and visitors are in no hurry to leave their tables. We remind you that this is one of the best budget restaurants in Gràcia!

    Address : Carrer del Topazi, 11

    Opening hours : 08:00 to 16:00 and 18:00 to 00:00 Tuesday to Saturday, 07:00 to 12:00 on Sundays and from 08:00 to 16:00 on Mondays.


    If you’re staying at our luxury apartments in Barcelona and want to spend the day visiting the best tapas bars in Barcelona , you should definitely stop by Gracia, where tradition and innovation meet to serve to the table the most delicious dishes and tapas in the city.

    La Panxolina

    This establishment offers dishes and tapas with Asian touches that will allow you to experience a new gourmet experience . The menu changes with the seasons, and Chef Javi Codina offers a wide variety of dishes that won’t leave you indifferent. It is especially recommended to try its croquettes and sardines. Desserts from La Panxolina deserve special attention. Hurry up to try everything before the restaurant becomes even more popular!

    Address : Carrer de Rabassa, 37

    Opening hours : 13:30 to 15:30 and 20:30 to 23:45 from Tuesday to Saturday and 13:30 to 15:30 on Sundays . Closed on Mondays.

    La Ramona


    Although they offer a daily menu, they also claim to have the best tapas in Gracia. Using seasonal produce, traditional Barcelona dishes are served with slight variations that will surprise you. Once you’re here, you can’t leave without tasting their dips , a variety of sauces with the most original flavors. If the weather is nice, we recommend taking a seat on the small terrace to enjoy the sun while you are eating.

    Address : Roger de Flor, 62

    Opening hours : 13:00 to 17:00 and 19:00 to 00:00 Tuesday to Friday, 13:00 to 16:00 and from 20:00 to 23:00 on Saturdays and from 13:00 to 17:00 on Mondays. Sunday is a public holiday

    La Pepita

    Although this is the name of the restaurant, it is also a play on words, referring to the female name of the classic Pepito sandwich, the author’s version of which is available at this establishment. But the star of tapas here is three in one, ‘el trifásico’, which is three different tapas in one dish. The sophisticated decor makes this the perfect place to sip vermouth on your day off and taste some of the best food in the Gràcia area. And if you’re looking for a delicious dessert, don’t miss Café Trébol, a stone’s throw from here, serving one of Barcelona’s best chocolate churros .

    Address : carrer Còrsega, 343

    Opening hours : Monday to Sunday from 13:00 to 16:00 and from 19:30 to 00:00

    in Gràcia, an establishment serving classic vermouth. Bodega Neus offers

    the best of Catalan cuisine in the form of dishes and tapas in an authentic, intimate setting. From tapas with jamon, snails from Lleda to local fish and much more awaits you at this cozy family restaurant. In addition, this is one of the few places in Barcelona that offers free tapas with every drink.

    Address : Carrer de Benet Mercadé, 22

    Opening hours : 8:00 to 17:00 and 8:00 to 00:00 Monday to Saturday.


    If you’ve already tasted the best brunches in Poblenou, it’s time to expand your culinary horizons in other areas. This is a great opportunity to eat while walking around Barcelona, ​​and then continue to explore the city.

    Café Godot

    Also considered one of the best places to eat in Gràcia. But it’s still a great option for the original branch . The French-influenced bistro offers an excellent menu, with banana pancakes pancakes and eggs Benedict stand out. Enjoy a Mimosa cocktail in a stylish interior that also includes a children’s play area, making this a great place to visit if you’re visiting Barcelona with your kids.

    Address : Carrer Sant Doménec, 19

    Opening hours : Brunch is served from 12:00 to 19:30 on weekends and public holidays.

    Mamma’s Café

    The beautiful indoor terrace invites you to one of the best brunches in Gràcia while the weather permits. Made with Organic Ingredients, each dish is a delight in taste. On the menu, pay attention to tortillas and fried eggs with avocado, tomatoes and green sprouts. Do you like sweet things? Their chocolate pancakes are divine.

    Address : Carrer Torrijos, 26

    Opening hours : 09:00 to 21:00 Monday to Wednesday, 09:00 to 00:00 Thursday to Saturday and 10:00 to 22:00 Sundays.

    Bicioci Bike café

    If you want to take a break from your Barcelona bike tour, this is the perfect place for you. While they serve great food throughout the day, their late morning menu makes this one of the top choices for Brunch in Gràcia. You will be pleasantly surprised by the excellent value for money. In addition to the delicious eggs Benedict, there are a large selection of vegan dishes and cakes that will delight the most sophisticated sweet tooth.

    Address : Carrer Venus, 1

    Opening Hours : 9:30 to 00:00 Tuesday to Friday, 9:30 to 00:00 Saturday and 11:00 to 20:00 to Sundays

    Barcelona Bagels

    This traditional Jewish meal also has a place on the tables of Barcelona. Baked in-house, using natural ingredients and long-term yeast fermentation, local bagels are the perfect base for a wide variety of ingredients. Thanks to the combinations offered on the menu, lovers of brunches will fall in love with this place without looking back.

    Address : Carrer de Còrsega, 398

    Opening hours : 8:30 to 16:00 Monday to Friday and 10:00 to 16:00 on Saturdays. Closed on Sundays


    If you’re a true gourmet and looking for great culinary experiences, this list of places will meet your expectations, we’re sure of it.

    Con Gràcia

    One of the best places to dine in Gràcia is Con Gracia, a restaurant with a pun on its name that offers visitors the opportunity to taste the best dishes Barcelona avant-garde cuisine . Settle into this cozy restaurant and let yourself be amazed by the works of art made with seasonal ingredients without knowing what you’ll be eating. Sounds tempting, right?

    Address : Carrer Martínez de la Rosa, 8

    Opening hours : from 19:00 to 23:00 from Tuesday to Saturday

    La Panxa del Bisbe

    The older brother, Panxolina described above author’s cuisine. In addition to being number best restaurants in Barcelona , it is one of the coziest and most beautiful establishments. Here you can choose delicious tapas or the best dishes prepared with fresh products from the market. Ask for the tasting menu so you don’t miss out on any of the culinary highlights, with seafood paella and poached eggs standing out.

    Address : Carrer del Torrent de les Flors, 158

    Opening hours : 13:30 to 15:30 and 20:30 to 23:30 from Tuesday to Saturday


    Unsurprisingly, this place is one of the best in Gràcia, as it is the restaurant of the eponymous hotel and restaurant school in Barcelona. The Michelin-starred establishment features chefs who could be the next Ferran Adria. You won’t miss the opportunity to visit one of the best restaurants in the Gràcia area, right?

    Address : Carrer de la Granada del Penedès, 14

    Opening hours : 13:30 to 15:30 and 20:30 to 23:00 Monday to Friday and 20:30 to 23: 00 on Saturdays.

    La Paula

    As a final note to this list of the best restaurants in Gràcia, we offer you this original, casual restaurant specializing in contemporary Mediterranean cuisine. In this small and cozy establishment, you can try carpaccio and salads made from seasonal products, as well as delicious risotto with local mushrooms.

    Address : avenue Príncep d’Astúries, 56

    Opening hours : 08:00 to 00:00 Monday to Thursday. From 08:00 to 01:00 on Fridays. From 13:00 to 16:00 and from 20:00 to 01:00 on Saturdays.

    The best restaurants in Gràcia – Barcelona10

    The most popular place in Gràcia is Piazza del Sol , surrounded by restaurants and bars. Day and night, young and old gather here to socialize or simply enjoy a wonderful sunny day. It is in this area that you can find restaurants offering cuisines from all over the world: Arabic, Japanese, Italian, Chinese, Turkish and many others. They say that it is better not to dine in Gracia, because the prices will be unreasonably high. But we are ready to share with you our top 5 best restaurants in the Gràcia area.


    La Taberna Griega

    Taoyaca Japon


    Bar Casi


    Ferrum is a small and cozy restaurant, ideal for a family dinner or a romantic get-together. The menu features Mediterranean cuisine with creative twists from the chef. Everything is prepared from fresh ingredients at very affordable prices.

    Average check: 30 – 45 euros

    Closed: Sunday, public holidays, Monday in August

    Address: Carrer de Corsega 400

    La Taberna Gris 99 years old Greek tavern invites us to enjoy traditional Greek cuisine in the heart of Gracia. In a simple and rustic atmosphere, this restaurant serves traditional dishes such as moussaka, souvlaki and gyros.

    Three course menu: 15-20 Euro

    Closed: Sunday evening, December 25 and January 1

    Address: Carrer del Torrent de Olla 123

    Taoyaca Japon

    sushi. The menu includes fish dishes, rice, miso soup, tea and matcha. As an unexpected attraction, you can change into a real kimono and take pictures.

    Menu: €15, women’s kimono €25, men’s €15.

    Closed: Sunday, August 24, 25, 26 and 31 December and 1 January

    Address: Carrer de Verdi 82


    There is an excellent Italian restaurant five minutes from the metro Passeig de Gracia. Pizza, focaccia, pasta, coffee – everything we love about Italian cuisine. On weekdays, you can dine on an excellent three-course combo at a nice price. There is a menu in English.

    Three-course menu: 10.90-12.40 euros

    Closed: from 16:15 to 20:00

    Address: Carrer de Pau Claris, 112

    Bar Casi

    Authentic Catalan bar, very authentic and friendly. The menu is small and in Spanish, but the chef cooks from the heart, and the waiter will translate anything for you. You will definitely have a good lunch and charge yourself with a good mood for free.

    Three course menu: 13.