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The Most Fun Restaurants in Barcelona

As one of Spain’s most iconic cities, Barcelona attracts visitors looking to experience Catalan culture, modernist architecture and stunning views. Stroll down the famous avenue known as Las Ramblas to take in the street vendors, quick eats and scintillating sights. Parc del Laberint d’Horta has 18 acres of gardens to explore along with stunning temples and pavillions. You can see something weird at one of the wacky museums, head to the local mercados to sample a mix of Spanish, Catalan, and international food and check out a beachside nightclub. Barcelona restaurants feature masters of molecular gastronomy along with the long and celebrated tradition of Catalan cooking. It is a city for feasting - and locals love to have a great time while doing so! But where are the smartest, savviest diners eating out? Welcome to the Tastemaker Lists. We’ve pulled data from thousands of restaurants to find the top spots among OpenTable's most expert, seasoned diners. If you’re looking for an awesome dining experience, check out our list of the most fun restaurants Barcelona style!

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The OpenTable Team
2 restaurantes
Actualizado: 25 de noviembre de 2019
Restaurantes:La dama, Passadis del Pep
Rango de precio:€€€ - €€€€
Gastronomía:Mediterránea, Catalana
Zonas:Sant Gervasi - Galvany, El Gòtic
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La dama

Sant Gervasi - Galvany
42 opiniones
La Dama offers refined French dining in one of Barcelona’s most beautiful Modernist buildings. Locals and visitors alike consider it one of the most fun restaurants in Barcelona and it’s the perfect destination for a taste of the high life! Located in the elusive Zona Alta on the mezzanine of Casa Sayrach, the interior features an ornate lobby, colorful mosaic work, sinuous wood and gorgeous stone. The restaurant features a French-Mediterranean menu created by chef Edouard Deplus, with starters like beef carpaccio with pickles and chimchurri. Mains feature quality meat and fish served with rich sauces and fresh vegetables.

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Passadis del Pep

El Gòtic
45 opiniones
Passadis del Pep sits tucked away at the end of a corridor in the El Gotic neighborhood of Barcelona. It occupies a cozy space that maintains the original stone of the building decorated with paintings of renowned artists. It’s a carefully designed space and they offer personal and friendly customer service, a relaxed atmosphere and a truly delightful gastronomic experience. The more than 30-year-old spot is one of the best places for deliciously fresh seafood cooked in traditional style and preparation with a heavy emphasis on local offerings.

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