Barcelona’s Best Elusive Eats

Restaurants have always been the traditional way of enjoying other people’s cuisine. But maybe they’re becoming a thing of the past. Food is becoming more and more mobile, whether it’s delivery services, a pop-up, or food trucks. What interests us today is the later- the idea of temporary food. It creates an immediate novelty- after…

Best Pizza in Barcelona: Pizzeria Micaela

Pizza is an ancient tradition- truly it is. The first ever recorded instance of the word pizza came from the tenth century, which means it has been around for over a thousand years. The modern incarnation of pizza, that ooey gooey cheesy deliciousness we all love, was born in Naples far more recently. Still, it…

Vegan: Trend or True?

  Vegan- just the word might earn a few eye rolls, but it is undeniable that this lifestyle is becoming more and more popular. Because it is a lifestyle, where people commit to not using any animal product or by-product for food, clothing, or anything else. Which you can imagine is fairly difficult, even if…

Where to Find Gin in Barcelona

Without a doubt, Gin-tonics are one of the most popular drinks in Barcelona. Originally from England, the cocktails have reached popularity here because of their refreshing fruity and botanical taste, served in large ice filled glasses perfect for Spain’s hot summers. As a result, gin bars have been popping up all over Barcelona, where customers…

3 Gelato Shops in Barcelona You Cannot Miss

Ice cream. Gelato. Soft serve. It doesn’t matter what you call it, there is only one way to get through summer, especially one as hot as the one here in Barcelona, and it is through the sugary sweetness of frozen goodness. Today, we are looking at the best Barcelona has to offer.

New Food Ideas: Espai Egg

Meet Ella and Alberto the Founders and Owners of Espai Egg. Our sister project “People On The Grid” recently did a video interview with them – check out the video below! Espai Egg is a trifecta space, with a cafe, eating space out front, a coworking kitchen in the middle and space for cooking classes…

Classic Catalan Restaurant: Casa Agusti

If you are ever looking for traditional, classic Catalan cuisine, take your time and visit Restaurant Casa Agusti in the center of Barcelona. This Barcelona Kitchen has existed since 1936 founded by Agusti Ros. Now at 81 years of business, Agusti has cemented itself as a top destination for travelers, and locals alike looking for authentic, high-quality…

Hidden Places: On Cafe

The temperature is rising here in Barcelona, I find myself out and about more often. The only problem is sometimes I forget to bring food with me when I leave for the day. This happened to me more recently the other day. I went for a walk and 5 hours later I was hungry and…

Be Chocolat By Michel Clement

If you are anything like me, then you have a soft spot in your heart for some good quality chocolate. Now from living in Barcelona for two months thus far, I have come to realize that the supermarkets and grocery stores do not have the rich, delicious chocolate that I am looking for. I was…

Raffaelli

Located on a tiny street off of Passeig de Gracia, is a Bodega and Italian Restaurant, worth a visit. Raffaelli was founded by Sandro Raffaelli, an Italian entrepreneur with long experience in the world of catering. Sandro has a successful track record in the creation and management of venues, pizzerias and cocktail shops in Italy….