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Sant Antoni

Establishment neighborhood
Bitter Cocktail Bar
17 C/Viladomat, Sant Antoni
Hipster cocktail bars are the hallmark of up-and-coming neighborhoods, so locals were surprised that it took so long for a place like Bitter to open up in Sant Antoni. Tardiness aside, there's not much to complain about here—the menu is fully stocked with well-crafted cocktails that are inventive but still utterly drinkable, like the grapefruit margarita, a London mule (like the Moscow version but with gin), and a refreshing grape-centric drink called the Indian Summer. There's a lovely little tapas menu, too, to keep you from getting too wobbly.
The Juice House
12 Carrer Parlament, Sant Antoni
A trip to Barcelona is inevitably a string of delicious meals, but when you need a break from the gorge-fest, head to the Juice House. The interior is light and airy, with a beautiful mural on one of the concrete walls and farm-y wooden tables littered across the floor. As the name implies, the menu is full of clean-eating goodness, from cold-pressed juices to superfood salads, to a few guilt-free vegan desserts. This is also a great resource for vegetarians and vegans.
El Cometa
20 Carrer del Parlament, Sant Antoni
The first thing you'll notice about El Cometa is the adorable interior—colorful, design-y stools cluster under the bar under oddly shaped Edison bulbs, and the walls are covered in mismatched posters and other artwork. There's also a lovely patio that lights up under twinkle lights in the evening. As for the menu, it's a simple selection of coffee, juice, and a few easy bites. It's equally suitable for a morning coffee run and an early dinner on the porch.
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