The restaurant situated in the stunning Hotel Arts is Enoteca, which is another one of several fine dining powerhouses in the city. This means you’ll be spending, but you’re on vacation, right? Enoteca is another destination for fish eaters, and the wine list, which is heavy on Catalan options, is impressive. Wines to look out for include those from Priorat, as well as cavas from El Penedes and other wines from L’Emporda, Montsant, and Costers del Segre.
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Can Recasens has some of the best cheeses and cured meets in the city. Plus, it's a little off the beaten path, so the tourist level will be minimal.
Barceloneta is home to some of the best tapas bars in the city, but Bar Electricitat still stands out. The space is dingy, and the food is excellent.
Quimet & Quimet
Quimet i Quimet is a famous spot for conservas and montaditos. Be prepared to eat them in the middle of the street.
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If you want to get into Tickets, plan your reservation very far in advance. It's an excellent tapas restaurant with very fun vibes.
Although it can be gimmicky, Cal Pep is very good. You'll probably see a lot of tourists, but you'll be distracted enough by the good tapas to care.
Uma is a less-known tasting menu restaurant, but a more relaxed and casual option at a lower price point.
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