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Top 10 Restaurants And Bars On Calle Parlament, Barcelona
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Top 10 Restaurants And Bars On Calle Parlament, Barcelona

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Updated: 9 February 2017
If there’s a cool new restaurant or café opening in Barcelona, Spain, you can bet it’s in Sant Antoni. And while the entire neighborhood is high on the trendy scale, no street is home to more popular spaces per square meter than Calle Parlament. These are the top 10 not to miss places to eat and drink on Barcelona’s hippest street.
Café Cometa
Café Cometa on Calle Parlament – | © Isabelle Kliger
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Café Cometa

Since opening its doors last year, Cometa has quickly established itself as a firm favorite among Barcelona’s lovers of coffee and art. In addition to serving tasty sandwiches, fresh juices and good coffee, Café Cometa also doubles as an art space; from the impressionist paintings on the walls down to the specially sourced furniture.

Café Cometa, C/ Parlament 20, Barcelona, Spain, +34930 07 32 03

Federal Café
Federal Café | ©Federal Café

Federal Café

Cafe, Contemporary, $$$
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Federal Café

No guide to Calle Parlament would be complete without a mention of the original trailblazer. Back when Sant Antoni was a little-known wasteland, awkwardly situated between Poble Sec and Raval, Barcelona’s hipsters started journeying to the Federal for brunch. It’s still a popular hangout, especially if you manage to bag one of the coveted tables on its lovely roof terrace.

Federal Café, C/ Parlament 39, Barcelona, Spain +34 931 873 607

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Mon - Thu:
8:00 am - 11:00 pm
Fri:
8:00 am - 1:00 am
Sat:
9:00 am - 1:00 am
Sun:
9:00 am - 5:30 pm
Lando
Lando | ©Lando
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Lando

In addition its many tapas bars and cafés, Calle Parlament is also home to a truly top-class restaurant, and it’s called Lando. Set just off the main strip in the tiny Passatge de Pere Calders, you might miss it if you don’t look hard enough. But with its exquisite, yet affordable food (including some of the best ensaladilla rusa and tortilla in the city), superb wine list and excellent service, it’s well worth keeping an eye out for.

Lando, Passatge de Pere Calders 6, Barcelona, Spain +34933485530

La Xalada
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La Xalada

La Xalada’s windows will most likely be the first thing that catch your eye as you approach Calle Parlament from Parallel. Inside the elegant locale, a labor of love dedicated to owner Isabel Cruz’s mother and grandmother, you will find a creative menu of tasty tapas, as well as meat and seafood dishes, and a passionate restaurateur who’s more than happy to share her family story.

La Xalada, C/ Parlament 1, Barcelona, Spain +34931 29 43 31

Passatge Tainos
Passatge Tainos | © Tara Jessop
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Passatge Tainos

The only thing more delightful than the space in which this small restaurant resides is its innovative menu. Visitors are impressed by the subtle North African flavors in the food and the creative selection of cocktails, expertly prepared by the restaurant’s own mixologist. Don’t miss the aubergine and bulgur wheat salad – it’s to die for.

Passatge Tainos, C/ Parlament 35, Barcelona, Spain +34934 42 51 31

Tarannà Café
Tarannà Café | © Tara Jessop
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Tarannà Café

With its welcoming interior, pretty terrace and incredibly affordable lunch menu, it comes as no surprise that Tarannà Café is one of the most popular spots in the neighborhood. During the hot summer months, take the opportunity to cool down with a bowl of delicious homemade gazpacho.

Tarannà Café, C/ Viladomat 23, Barcelona, Spain, +34931 06 11 93

La Chirusa
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La Chirusa

La Chirusa may have a perfectly respectable food menu but what you really come here for is the cake. People aren’t lying when they tell you the lemon meringue pie is the best in town!

La Chirusa, C/ Viladomat 23, Barcelona, Spain, +34930 04 46 99

Bitter Bar
Bitter Bar | © Tara Jessop

Bitter Bar

Bar, Cocktail Bar, Bodega, Contemporary
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Bitter Bar | © Bitter Bar

Bitter Bar

This part of Barcelona had been crying out for a high quality cocktail bar for some time. Thankfully, Lucrecia, Nacho and the rest of the team behind Bitter have finally answered our prayers. The cocktail menu is impressively refreshing and the bar bites are pretty darn tasty, too.

Bitter Bar, C/ Viladomat 17, Barcelona, Spain, +34935 32 71 99

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Sun - Mon:
7:00 pm - 2:30 am
Mon - Tue:
7:00 pm - 2:30 am
Tue - Wed:
7:00 pm - 2:30 am
Wed - Thu:
7:00 pm - 2:30 am
Thu - Fri:
7:00 pm - 2:30 am
Fri - Sat:
7:00 pm - 2:30 am
Sat - Sun:
7:00 pm - 2:30 am

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Bodega Vinito
Bodega Vinito | © Isabelle Kliger
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Bodega Vinito

This tiny wine bar is always packed to the rafters and it’s easy to understand why. With its excellent selection of cheap-as-chips wine and spirits, served generously by the bottle or the glass.

Bodega Vinito, C/ Parlament 27, Barcelona, Spain, +34934 42 96 57

Trait Store
Trait Store | © Trait Store
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Trait Store

If there’s one thing Calle Parlament isn’t famous for, it’s shopping, with one notable exception, namely Trait Store. While its main focus is on trendy menswear, Trait is a concept store that stocks everything from clothes to accessories, cosmetics, art, magazines and, well anything that strikes its fancy.

Trait Store, C/Parlament 28, Barcelona, Spain, +34 93 6671631