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Barcelona: Poble Sec/Paral·lel 2

June 16, 2012

More about this area/quartier in Barcelona with increasing interesting places:

Cervecería JAZZ (Margarit St., 43): Big craft-made hamburgers with market products and crusty bread and high quality beer, from anywhere in the world. And very kind people!

Bodega Cal Marino (Margarit St., 54) Cellar. Good place to eat tapas and drink vermouth (“vermut” in spanish or catalan)

Barramón (Blai St.28) Canarian food (from Canary Islands): Papas arrugás with Mojo Picón and almogrote, a cheese experience;) (You can’t pay by credit card!)

Carmesí (Blai St.32)  Phantastic salads and tapas. 

Lia d’en Vicius, (Blai St.28) Good wines,tapas and prices. Friendly atmosphere.

Tribal (Blai St.23) Salads and “llescas” (typical Catalan toasts, with tomato and anything what you want) and bohemian decoration plenty of puppets. 

And if you want a more classical restaurants, you can go to Sortidor Square and find Luky restaurant (Sortidor Sq.3) and El Sortidor (Sortidor Sq.1)


  1. Marta permalink

    I love Poble-sec and I agree with these recommendations. The places mentioned in this post are absolutely delicious; in addition, the treatment given from the staff is very kind.
    I also recommend Bodega Saltó (c. Blesa, 36). It’s a traditional place in Poble-sec, and the first one with live music. The inside design is crazy, and fantastic. There are also tapas really tasty

    • Thank you Marta! You are our Poble Sec’s guide! We discover Cervecería Jazz because of your recommendations 😉

      • Marta permalink

        🙂 I’ve got some new recommendations. I’ll tell you…

      • We’re eagerly waiting your recommendations!;)

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