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Restaurants and tapas

Tapas in Sant Antoni

Written by Miguel

Located in the Eixample district, in the centre of Barcelona, the neighbourhood of Sant Antoni has become quite popular in recent years. With a mix of traditional and modern bars, it has become the place to go in the city for both tapas and vermouth.

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Most popular tapas bars in Sant Antoni

Bar Ramón

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Photo via Pixabay

The perfect place for a drink after dinner or a tasty snack in the afternoon, Bar Ramón has a great menu filled with irresistible tapas – trust us, you need to taste their otherworldly patatas bravas! Due to its popularity in the neighbourhood and even beyond, it might be hard for you to find a table, especially on Fridays and Saturdays, so we recommend that you book your place in advance.

Address: Carrer del Comte Borrell, 81.

Racó de Manso

Very popular during spring and summer due to its beautiful terrace, Racó de Manso offers a varied tapas menu, as well as many delicious lunch and dinner options. Famous for its grilled meat and fish, it is often pretty crowded, so we advise you to go early if you want to grab a table outdoors.

Address: Carrer de Calàbria, 23.

Bodega Vinito 

Wine bars have never exactly gone out of fashion, but they are starting to become really trendy again. The number one destination in Sant Antoni for oenophiles, Bodega Vinito has a wide selection of winesvermouths and tapas at pretty low prices.

Address: Carrer del Parlament, 27.

Fàbrica Moritz

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The former Moritz brewery has come back. Requalified as a restaurant, bar, shop, small factory and event venue, it now offers some of the best tapas in town – always accompanied by a traditional Moritz beer, of course. Reinvented with a modern decoration and sophisticated design, it has a trendy atmosphere that is perfect for a bite with friends.

Address: Ronda de Sant Antoni, 39 – 41.

Idò do Balear

There aren’t many places in Barcelona where you can taste the rich Balearic cuisine, so we definitely recommend Idò if you’re looking for something out of the ordinary. Never been to Mallorca, Minorca, Ibiza or Formentera? Here’s your chance! Discover the islands on this restaurant’s vast menu, which includes some tapas that you won’t find anywhere else in Sant Antoni.

Address: Carrer de Viladomat, 43.

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Other places for tapas in Sant Antoni

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Also worth mentioning when it comes to tapas in the Sant Antoni neighbourhood is Prize Bar, which has been a staple of the barrio for over 20 years. The Sant Antoni market, which has recently undergone renovations, is also home to many tapas bars that serve food as early as 7 in the morning.

There you go! Our crystal ball says there are a lot of tapas in your future, is that right? Which one of these places in Sant Antoni are you going to visit first? Let us know using the comment box below.

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Miguel

Miguel is a freelance writer and copywriter who believes that words can really take you places - so hop on his words and dare to discover the wonders of Barcelona with him.

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