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Rafa’s in Roses: Authentic Seafood Hidden in the Costa Brava

People arrive at Rafa’s restaurant in Roses for different reasons. Some foodies can’t get in to El Bullí, just up the road, so they come here instead. Some gourmands come here because it’s …

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Walking Guide III: Sweet Gelato Kisses in Gràcia Walking Guide III: Sweet Gelato Kisses in Gràcia

Editor’s Note: This is Part III of an on-going series of culinary walking guides for Barcelona neighborhoods by EatCatalunya’s resident walking food expert, Jordi, who provides us with not only strictly Catalan picks, but …

Roving Food Photo: Gràcia Market Delicacies Roving Food Photo: Gràcia Market Delicacies

We often spot  visions of culinary beauty while we’re out on the streets of Barcelona, and have been snapping evidence on our iPhones. We like the idea of posting some rough and ready pics and tips …

Mini Walking Guide II: Ethnic Eats in the Vila de Gràcia (Barcelona) Mini Walking Guide II: Ethnic Eats in the Vila de Gràcia (Barcelona)

Editor‘s Note: This is Part II of an on-going series of culinary walking guides for Barcelona neighborhoods by EatCatalunya’s resident walking food expert, Jordi, who provides us with not only strictly Catalan picks, but also …

Sushi, Catalan Style Sushi, Catalan Style

Last month I was surprised to find an article in my beloved New York Times about — of all things — sushi in Barcelona. I was surprised for two reasons: first, because my quest for …

L´Eixample L´Eixample

L´Eixample (which translates as “the widening”) is a neighborhood that was born in the 19th century of the need to build outside of the walled city. It was designed by engineer Ildefons Cerda to …

Gràcia Gràcia

Grácia started out as a faraway outlying town back when Barcelona was much smaller. Now it’s considered quite central, as the city has expanded over the past few hundred years. Once a working-class neighborhood, it’s …

El Born El Born

El Born (El Borne in Spanish) is right now Barcelona’s trendiest neighborhood. It’s Catalunya’s answer to SoHo; a haven for writers and artists, fashionistas and fashionable chefs. To say that the Born is charming …

El Raval El Raval

El Raval is a multicultural melting pot with no equal in Barcelona, or perhaps in Spain. Here Filipinos, Chinese, Latino, African and Eastern European residents have lived with no strife for decades. The …

El Barri Gótic: The Gothic Quarter El Barri Gótic: The Gothic Quarter

El Barri Gótic (Barrio Gotico or Gothic Quarter) is a medieval city within the confines of modern Barcelona. It was built on top of Roman ruins, which you can visit on the cafe-lined Plaza de la …

Barcelona off the beaten path: El Laberinto de Horta Barcelona off the beaten path: El Laberinto de Horta

Travelers to Barcelona mostly stay on the beaten path, and barely venture outside of the safety of the Barri Gotic and Eixample. Said travelers are missing a lot, because Barcelona has a lot more to …

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