A few weeks ago I decided to finally share here on the blog my favourite coffee places from my city, Barcelona. I’m definitely not a coffee addict, but I really appreciate having a good cup of coffee once in a while, spending time in coffee shops, and everything else it involves.
Because one post wasn’t enough, today I’m here again to share some new coffee places I’ve been to lately and loved. I always try to find cute places, with speciality coffee, and nice people. I really think that places like these must be shared, so I’m sharing a part two of the best coffee shops in Barcelona, just in case you want to go sometime if you’re around the city.
Located in the very city centre, in the corner of Plaça Catalunya, right next to a Starbucks. The place does not seem very big from the outside but it actually is quite big inside. It’s a really nice place, but since there are a couple hotels right next door, it does get quite busy at peak hours, so make sure you go there earlier to get a table.
It is not only a coffee shop, but a brunch place and restaurant, so you have such a wide range of drinks and dishes to choose from. The coffee is not the best I’ve ever had, but it’s quite a good one. Also, I really have to recommend the banana bread with syrup, fruit and butter, since I had it last time and it was so delicious.
I found this place by chance while waiting to go to an orchestral concert. This coffee shop is right next to a big street (Carrer de Marina), so it’s easy to find, but it is quite a small place so make sure you get a spot.
They offer speciality coffee, and I have to say it’s one of my favourite ones I’ve had. Probably in my Top 3. The girls working there are so nice, the coffee is amazing, and the place is small but cute. What else can you ask for?
A place I’ve had in my list for quite a long time and I’m so happy I finally decided to go. It is located near the city centre, in a really small and quiet street. It is a medium-sized place, which is also used as an art gallery sometimes. Again, all the staff is really nice.
They have a pretty nice speciality coffee, that I would say that tastes a bit like cocoa, so definitely give it a try if you like it. They also have toasts and really nice homemade cakes (the cheesecake is amazing).
This is a lovely coffee shop really near to the iconic Sagrada Familia, located in a nearby street that is not crazy busy. It has quite a few different tables and sofas, but it can get quite busy sometimes during peak hours.
Their speciality coffee is good, but you definitely have to ask for one of their homemade cakes because they’re just too delicious. Also, they have really cute plates and cups, as well as the decor, that makes the place even cosier.
So these have been all the new coffee places I wanted to add to the list for now. I really hope that you go to any of these if you ever come to Barcelona, because I can assure you that you won’t regret it.
Have you ever been to any of these? Would you recommend any other coffee place? Definitely tell me so in the comments down below and I’ll be glad to read!
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