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Gothic Quarter

Establishment neighborhood
Black Remedy
5 Carrer de la Ciutat, Gothic Quarter
Technically they serve food here-and don't misunderstand, it's great: Pulled pork that's been smoked for 14 hours and chicken curry sandwiches as well as healthy options, like sweet mango salad and homemade gazpacho. But that's not really why you come. You come for the coffee-cold brew, nitro cold brew, aeropress, and a whole bunch of other coffee options that are fantastic, if somewhat intimidating. Fair warning: eat something, too. A place that takes its coffee this seriously means your caffeine intake will make you think you can leap tall buildings in a single bound. (You can't.)
Iriarte Iriarte
Plaza Real, Gothic Quarter
If you’re looking to invest in one great made-in-Barcelona item to bring home, one of Carolina Iriarte's handcrafted leather bags should be it. The two beautiful shops (each one looks more like an apartment than retail space) also serve as Iriarte’s workshops, so you can witness the slightly masculine, vintage-inspired satchels, elevated fanny packs, clutches, and briefcases come to life on the spot. The second outpost is on Calle Cotoners.
Iriarte Iriarte
Calle Cotoners, 12, Gothic Quarter
If you’re looking to invest in one great made-in-Barcelona item to bring home, one of Carolina Iriarte's handcrafted leather bags should be it. The two beautiful shops (each one looks more like an apartment than retail space) also serve as Iriarte’s workshops, so you can witness the slightly masculine, vintage-inspired satchels, elevated fanny packs, clutches, and briefcases come to life on the spot. The second outpost is on Plaza Real.
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