Among Gràcia’s many interwoven streets you’ll stumble upon this fantastic Italian gem, Bicioci. The ‘We Love Brunch’ menu is a perfect opportunity for a mid-morning weekend nibble, with plenty of vegan options and eggs Benedict to die for. Bicioci’s fascination with bikes is palpable in the quirky décor, composed of recycled bike parts dangling from the ceiling and wooden bookshelves dotted with mini potted plants.
A real neighborhood treasure, this family business outlines the quintessential Catalan Xocolateria, its specialty being, you guessed it, chocolate. If you have a sweet tooth, La Nena is a sugar-haven, with a delightful selection of homemade biscuits, pies, and cakes.
La Nena, C/ Ramon y Cajal, 36, Barcelona, Spain +34 932 85 14 76
Café Godot is a chic, cosmopolitan hideout, three minutes from the iconic plaza del Sol, perfect after a morning stroll. It’s French-inspired theme presents a dainty, elegant, and inviting mood. The weekend brunch menu is extensive: homemade granola, tasty scones, Iberic ham, and a veggie soup of the week.