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Tapas Restaurant
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“Open since 1914, Quimet & Quimet is one of the most famous tapas bar in Barcelona. At Quimet & Quimet you will find a large assortment of bottles (more than 500 wine references) that occupies the walls of this bar. Montaditos and Tapas are prepared on the bar with cans of canned food and other top quality products. They are specialists in cockles, razors, sardines, mojama, clams, tuna belly, anchovies, anchovies ... Carrer del Poeta Cabanyes, 25, 08004 Barcelona”
134 locals recommend
Tapas Restaurant
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“Best and cheap selection of pinchos, 20-30min wait for a table outside but worth the wait”
30 locals recommend
Bar
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“Nice terrace just across the street; Excellent egg benedictine to start the day.”
29 locals recommend
Tapas Restaurant
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“Quality and excellently presented tapas and pintxos in an original and innovative format at great prices: €1 and €1.5!”
19 locals recommend
Lounge
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“Dark and red atmosphere with sofas, electronic music, soul, jazz and acoustic gigs.”
8 locals recommend
Wine Bar
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“Live music in an old Bodega (wineshop) turned into a very originally decorated music bar.”
14 locals recommend
Tapas Restaurant
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“The is our favorite restaurant in Poble Sec. Recommended starters: "Chicharrones" de Cádiz, cut Iberian ham, beef jerky, white prawns from Huelva ... They focus their kitchen on the product. Grilled dishes, such as octopus leg, squid on truffled bacon and parmentier, beef tenderloin, "Presa" Iberian ... Everything is really good (food and wines) but you must try the grilled octopus and the "tataki de atun".”
11 locals recommend
Bike Rental / Bike Share
“Go here to hire yourself a bicycle - only €6 for a full day, way cheaper than most places in town”
6 locals recommend
Peruvian Restaurant
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“A hidden gem in the neighborhood. This place specializes in ceviche and pisco sour cocktails only... and their focus makes the product exceptional. If you are a fusion foods enthusiast, Lascar is a must try!”
9 locals recommend
Tapas Restaurant
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“Excellent quality and atmosphere, one of the best pintxos/tapas places in the barrio. Get a table on the terrace and enjoy the people watching.”
9 locals recommend
Street Address
“Most celebrated tapas spot in the barrio. You may have to wait in line as capacity inside is low. The cheese and deli meat selection is staggering. Be sure to ask for the advice of the Barristas.”
7 locals recommend
Restaurant
“Sushi y otros platos japoneses, muy rico todo y hay tatamis, muy cómodo y agradable.Está decorado con murales de un joven ilustrador reconocido por su talento artístico, Yoshi Sislay, te encantará Sushi and other japanese dishes, all very good and you can seat on tatamis, tipical from japan.Decoration was make by a japanese famous illustrator on the walls, you gonna a love it”
11 locals recommend
Cocktail Bar
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“Endless list of gins and vodkas in a former industrial site. Thursdays to Saturdays.”
10 locals recommend
Other Great Outdoors
“Excellent quality and atmosphere, one of the best pinchos/tapas places in the barrio. Get a table on the terrace and enjoy the people watching.”
3 locals recommend
Tapas Restaurant
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“Nice and cozy restaurant and tapas bar right next door, on the same street of this flat.”
6 locals recommend
Hotel
“A great place for having a drink or a breakfast. Moreover, you can leave your luggage there on the day of the check out, if needed. Just ask for Lito!!!”
7 locals recommend