, a neighborhood located next to El Gòtic
and Las Ramblas
, is vibrant, historic, authentic, and full of personality. It is a lively, multi-cultural neighborhood with a variety of tempting cafes, restaurants, and bars. The area has also become a fashionable host to art studios, galleries, and the imposing CCCB
. Here’s our guide to some of the best brunch spots in the neighborhood.
Dostrece offers a large breakfast menu and is one of few places in Barcelona that serves bagels. Enjoy a wide variety of egg dishes, cheeses, breads, yogurts, and even fruit smoothies.
Dostrece, Carrer Carme 40, Barcelona, Spain +34 933 017 306
Poached Eggs | © Alpha/flickr
Restaurant, Contemporary, $$$
This bright and minimalist restaurant in the heart of El Raval serves one of the best brunch menus in town. Caravelle offers everything from toasted muesli with passion fruit yogurt, fresh berries, and toasted almonds and Moroccan-style baked eggs to corn fritters with poached eggs.
Caravelle, Carrer del Pintor Fortuny 31, Barcelona, Spain +34 933 179 892
Antic Hospital Santa Creu | © Matilde Martínez/flickr
Restaurant, Vegetarian, Healthy, $$$
33/45, one of the trendiest places in the neighborhood, is a bar that serves breakfast, lunch, dinner, coffee, and drinks. It is a perfect place to have brunch and relax on the couches or to meet up with friends to enjoy good music and good company. Don’t miss the delicious cakes or the famous cocktails.
33/45, Carrer de Joaquín Costa 4, Barcelona, Spain +34 931 87 41 38
Granja M. Viader | © Perspepic /flickr