Photos: Secret Restaurants of Barcelona We spotlight tapas bars—each in a neighborhood you'll want to visit anyway—that are the rare local secret. Budget Travel Friday, Sep 16, 2011, 4:00 PM   Berberechos (steamed cockles) with olives, a specialty at Bar Mut in the Eixample. (Galilea Nin) Budget Travel LLC, 2016
 

 

Photos: Secret Restaurants of Barcelona

We spotlight tapas bars—each in a neighborhood you'll want to visit anyway—that are the rare local secret.

  • berberechos (steamed cockles) with olives, a specialty at  Bar Mut in the Eixample.
  • Els Tres Porquets owners Xavi Jovells and  Marc Cuenca
  • Antonio Gaudí’s La Pedrera, built in 1906 in the Eixample
  • Bar Mut staff;
  • garlic lining the walls of Bar Tomás
  • Tomás’s aioli pumping station
  • afternoon  at La Plata;
  • a white wine porrón at  La Plata
  • huevos revueltos from  Els Tres Porquets.
  • Palmira, the matriarch of  La Cova Fumada

 

Berberechos (steamed cockles) with olives, a specialty at Bar Mut in the Eixample.

(Galilea Nin)

 

Els Tres Porquets owners Xavi Jovells and Marc Cuenca.

(Galilea Nin)

 

Antonio Gaudí’s La Pedrera, built in 1906 in the Eixample.

(Galilea Nin)

The staff at Barcelona's Bar Mut.

 

(Galilea Nin)

 

Garlic lining the walls of Bar Tomás.

(Galilea Nin)

 

Tomás’s aioli pumping station.

(Galilea Nin)

A classic afternoon at

at La Plata, in Barri Gòtic.

 

(Galilea Nin)

 

A white wine porrón at La Plata.

(Galilea Nin)

 

Huevos revueltos, a Catalan specialty from Els Tres Porquets.

(Galilea Nin)

 

Palmira, the matriarch of
La Cova Fumada.

(Galilea Nin)
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