Gran Vía de les Corts Catalanes 700, Eixample
Aptly named, this is indeed the mother of all cold-pressed juice in Barcelona, having kicked off the trend in Spain back in 2014. Owner Gemma Ponsa duly spent time in California where she fell in love with the lifestyle and brought it back to Barcelona together with pastry chef Lili Figel. Together they make delicious green juices, smoothies, healthy treats, and one insanely delicious granola. We're partial to the convenience of the second outpost in Casa Bonay, but the original location is in El Raval.
Satan’s Coffee Corner at Casa Bonay
Gran Via de Les Corts Catalanes, 700, Eixample
Besides the rad name, Satan's is known for its coffee aficionado-worthy blends, thanks to the genius of master barista, Marcos Bartolomé, who comes from a line of coffee makers. In addition to this location at the Casa Bonay hotel, Satan's has a standalone café in the Gothic Quarter.
La Taverna del Clínic
155 Carrer Roselló, Eixample
The tapas at Taverna de Clínic are just so, so good. Classic, straightforward, and not too expensive—it's basically a home run.
539 Ave. Diagonal, Eixample
The bar of this very small ham and cheese shop is a nice place to stop by after work or meetings to have some of their lovely baguettes of jamón de bellota. The mountains of freshly cut Spanish ham are about as close as it gets to heaven for a jamón lover.