Barça, Barça, Barcelona!

Summer is over in Barcelona. Be that in November. All those days you spent relaxing at the beach and tanning on terraces on those sunny afternoons are now just distant memories. You might not admit it but your schedule has a vacancy. Luckily for you it’s Barcelona. There are no shortages of things to do and places to eat in this wonderful city.

Now that all of those beautiful beach bodies and six packs have gone into hiding you can enjoy the other wonders of the city.

First item on the agenda. Coming up this Thursday (November 28, 2013) is Shopping Night Barcelona on Passeig de Gracia. Shops are open from 8 p.m. until the break of dawn. Don’t miss it!

If you are looking to get a bite to eat there are many options in town. Here are some that are great for visitors and locals alike.



La Champaneria


Known for: Cava, Jamón, Cecina & Sandwiches

Info: Get cava by the bottle before 5 p.m., Usually Packed, No seating, No reservations, Closed on Sundays

Getting there: Metro Barceloneta

Carrer de la Reina Cristina, 7, 08003





Known for: Burgers, burgers & burgers

Info: Usually Packed, No reservations

Getting there: Metro Barceloneta

Avinguda del Marquès de l’Argentera, 1 bis, 08003 



Bó de B 


Known for: Sandwiches

Info: Usually Packed, To go and dine-in, No reservations

Getting there: Metro Barceloneta

Carrer de la Mercè, 35, 08002



Bun Bo Vietnam


Known for: Vietnamese

Info: Dine-in.

Getting there: Metro Urquinaona

Calle Sagristans, 3, 08002 



Bar Tomás


Known for: Patatas Bravas

Info: Favorite for locals, Closed on Sundays

Getting there: Ferrocarril Sarria

Carrer Major de Sarrià, 49, 08017


Bon Profit! Bon Provecho!


The tooktook team

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