Mercat de la Llibertat
Built in the 1870s, the ‘Market of Liberty’ was covered over in 1893 in typically fizzy Modernista style, employing generous whirls of...
A pleasant place with old tile floors, wood panelling and little marble tables perfect for an early beer or glass of red and a chat....
A little neighbourhood secret, hidden away by the Mercat de la Llibertat, La Pubilla specialises in 'esmorzars de forquilla' ...
Carrer Gran de Gràcia 81 · interesting places nearby
It is hard not to mention this classic temple of Galician shellfish and other briny delights, long a magnet for VIPs visiting Barcelona. You can bring the price down by sharing a few medias raciones (large tapas plates) to taste a range of marine offerings or a safata especial del Mar Cantàbric (seafood platter) between two. Try the percebes, the strangely twisted goose barnacles harvested along Galicia’s north Atlantic coast, which many Spaniards consider the ultimate seafood delicacy.