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Wine Bars in Gràcia

Written by Garry Gallon

If you know the charming Barcelona neighbourhood of Gràcia, then you also probably know that it is packed with great bars and restaurants, from fab tapas bars to modern gourmet kitchens and fast food joints. If you narrow your focus to places that serve great wine, you will discover that there are a number of fantastic wine bars in Gràcia.

We at ShBarcelona want you to enjoy the best wine in this hip neighborhood, so we have compiled a list of the places where food and wine come together in perfect harmony! Enjoy!

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Bodega Quimet

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First stop is Bodega Quimet, a traditional wine bar that offers an extensive wine list at reasonable prices. This great bar also offers a generous choice of tapas with a long list of delicious options. Or even better, get a selection of tapas and try one of the fantastic wines at the same time!

Address: Carrer de Vic, 23

Bodega Marín

Closeby is another top wine bar in Gràcia, and one of the oldest bars in Barcelona, Bodega Marín. This cosy bar is absolutely packed with wine: many a bottle of wine lines the shelves, and other bottles and barrels fill up any extra space. They have fantastic homemade vermouth, which goes well with olives or anchovies, and their selection of unique and delicious tapas also contains empanadillas and irresistible croquetas. The space inside is small (10 people max), but you can also drink outside and watch life in Gràcia go by!

Address: Carrer de Milà i Fontanals, 72

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Bodega Manolo

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Photo by Daquella manera via Visual hunt

A ten-minute wander down Torrent de les Flors will take you to another great wine bar in Gràcia, Bodega ManoloThey boast great wines and vermouth that taste amazing alongside some incredible tapas.

They offer a wide range of ever-changing food options which they post daily on their Facebook page. You can expect to enjoy diverse food like marinated rabbit, crab salad and farmer’s sausages in a curry sauce. And, if you order a full set menu, you’ll only end up paying around 10 euros. So, considering the delicious food and fantastic wine and vermouth on offer, pretty cheap!

Address: Carrer del Torrent de les Flors, 101

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About the author

Garry Gallon

A Scotsman living in Barcelona who loves the culture of the city, and finding out about what it has to offer.

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