The tradition of taking tea is increasingly popular in Barcelona, and therefore ShBarcelona thought it is time to round up the best tea houses in Eixample. A way in which to experience new aromas and flavours, this beverage has been around for thousands of years, in various forms. The environment in which these relaxing drinks is almost as important as the tea itself, so here are the best places to sit back and relax with a hot cup of tea in Eixample.
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Cafè de la Pedrera
If you are looking to mix culture and tea, this is the place for you. Cafè de la Pedrera is located, as the name suggests, in Gaudi’s famous building – La Pedrera, also known as Casa Milà, a famous landmark in Eixample. What could be better than ending a tour of the house with a good quality hot drink. This hits two birds with one stone!
Address: Provença, 261 – 265.
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The most creative of all the spaces in this line-up, Pudding is a special place. With their philosophy summed up in the three words “Eat – Play – Think”, this is a child-friendly place that ticks all the boxes, and comes as close to an adventure park as you will ever get in a coffee shop. With a giant blackboard on which children can freely express themselves and board games and puzzles than you or any child will ever be able to complete in a day, this place is fun for adults and kids alike.
Address: Carrer Pau Claris, 90.
Artte is a very versatile place. Open from the afternoon into the early hours of the morning, this tea house is more than that. It is also an art gallery, a restaurant, and a bar, having drawn inspiration from Asian tea houses which merged art and tea. This place is perfect for when tea turns into evening drinks, and into dinner. The artistic decor creates a great ambiance, while everything has a beautifully clean aesthetic without the cold atmosphere created in some contemporary spaces.
Address: Carrer de Muntaner, 83C.
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