La Cantina de Palo Alto
C/ dels Pellaires, 30-38
Housed in a former textile mill, El Palo Alto has been transformed into 19 workshops come studios where diverse businesses earn their daily bread.
To feed the hungry worker...
Plaza Prim, 1
In a neigbourhood that borders the sea and once inhabited almost exclusively by fishermen there must be a great seafood restaurant, and Els Pescadors
is that restaurant. Originally a meeting p...
Rambla del Poblenou, 102
With a history stretching back over one hundred years Can Recasens is a stalwart of Poblenou life. Five generations of the same family have worked in this beautiful modernista building on Rambla de Poblenou...
C/ Ramon Turró, 181
In the land that gave us chorizo, fuet, jamón iberico and botifarra, it can sometimes be difficult if you don’t eat meat. Luckily in Poblenou
there is Aguaribay. A vegetarian bar come resta...
El Tío Ché
Rambla del Poblenou, 44-46
In 1912 a Valencian family came to Barcelona intending to save enough money to board a ship to Argentina and to a better future. Fortunately
for all Barcelona based lovers of horchata...
Carrer Almogàvers, 122
Not a restaurant and oh so more than a bar, Razzmatazz holds the honour of being the biggest club in Barcelona.
Opened in 2000, it spans 5 different spaces providing electro, techno, pop,...