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Bar Velódromo information
The reopening of this once-classic tavern in 2009 brought back a fine-looking establishment in which to take breakfast, stop for an aperitif or sit down for a meal. The high-ceilinged building retains much of its original art deco look, with wooden fittings and floor. Food consists of tapas, sandwiches and more substantial Catalan and Spanish dishes.
More than anything, though, this place is about its history and atmosphere.