Bar But boasts minimalist decoration; the slick white and wooden design adds a cozy, homey feel. The rustic theme matches the dishes, in which quality presides over quantity.
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
A charming retreat in the heart of Gràcia, Mama’s Café does all-day breakfasts like no other, with a selection of mouthwatering pancakes, eggs with oven-baked veggies, or grilled cheese sandwiches. The ecological kitchen supports local businesses and the menu offers plenty of veggie options, too.
The classic breakfast with a creative twist. Using one of the most basic but versatile ingredients eggs are the star protagonist of this restaurant’s dishes and the soul of their kitchen. If you happen to be an expert ‘bruncher’, their gourmet option simply takes the cake: mushroom omelet with goat’s cheese and black sausage with a side of Iberian ham.
L’Eggs, Passeig de Gràcia, 116, Barcelona, Spain, +34 932 38 48 46
The best thing about Timeline? Sunday brunch is all-you-can-eat with unlimited mimosas. The buffet includes a variety of goodness: quiche, deviled eggs, bagels, and breakfast tapas to fuel your day. Come here for a mellow snack while playing Jenga and sipping on daytime cocktails in this retro gem.
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.
Les Tres A La Cuina
Les Tres a la Cuina is a hidden alternative to the typical tourist trap spots. Small, simple, and with only a handful of tables, its cuisine is based on honest home cooking. Weekend brunches are packed with seasonal, vibrant flavors, and the menu oscillates depending on the seasonal produce and local market suppliers.
Les Tres A La Cuina, C/ Sant Lluís, 35, Barcelona, Spain +34 931 05 49 47