Tucked away on a side-street in Montjuic, near the luminous Font Magica, Cañota features an extensive menu of meat, fish, and tapas.
This ancient seafood restaurant in Barceloneta is known for its paella.
This classic tapas bar in the heart of the well-heeled L'Eixample neighborhood offers basic tapas like cheese, chorizo, jamon iberico (cured ham), olivas rellenas (anchovy-stuffed olives), patatas bravas (fried potatoes with a spicy sauce), Spanish tortilla (a thick omelet with potato and onion), and the ubiquitous pan con tomate (bread smeared with tomato, garlic, and olive oil).
Don't expect a menu here—the only choice you'll have is rare, medium or well done.
Designed with a modern sensibility and opened in 2004, the Hotel Silken Diagonal sits across from Las Glories shopping center on the Avinguda Diagonal in the center of Barcelona.
The La Semproniana restaurant in Barcelona is one of the best spots in town where to have a good meal without breaking the bank.
The Camp Nou is a football stadium in Barcelona, Spain.