Photos: Secret Restaurants of Barcelona

Palmira, the matriarch of  La Cova Fumadahuevos revueltos from  Els Tres Porquets1105_Barcelona_PalmiraEls Tres Porquets owners Xavi Jovells and  Marc Cuenca Antonio Gaudí’s La Pedrera, built in 1906 in the EixampleBar Mut staff;garlic lining the walls of Bar TomásTomás’s aioli pumping stationafternoon  at La Plata;a white wine porrón at  La Plata
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  Palmira, the matriarch of La Cova Fumada.
  Huevos revueltos from Els Tres Porquets.
   
  Els Tres Porquets owners Xavi Jovells and Marc Cuenca.
  Antonio Gaudí’s La Pedrera, built in 1906 in the Eixample.
The staff at Barcelona's Bar Mut.  
  Garlic lining the walls of Bar Tomás.
  Tomás’s aioli pumping station.
A classic afternoon at at La Plata, in Barri Gòtic.  
  A white wine porrón at La Plata.

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

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