Barcelona has some unique and not-to-be-missed underground dining proposals. Secret supper-clubs, pop-up restaurants led by Michelin starred chefs or one-and-only dining rencontres. No advertising; no address. They serve as meeting points; the dinners are served at private homes or unusual locations, and guests have no idea about the menu, or who else will be seated at the communal table. It is about the food as much as it is about meeting new people and socializing.
But there is another underground scene; hidden traditional Barcelona restaurants and bars. Most of they seem to turn their back on evolution and stay away of any tourist guide. There are few more quintessentially Catalan experiences than eating a garlic fried rabbit with a glass of red Priorat wine in a centuries-old building.
Barcelona is a foodie hub as much as it is a cultural and architectural marvel, however, and with our help you can delve deeper, accessing the best of Gaudí or reveling in art both new and old in the private collections and galleries around the city while savoring it in full.
Well known TICKETS Bar from Albert Adrià welcomes you in true old-schoool fashion: with a greeter in a top hat and circus -master outfit with a locale reminiscent of an old-style theater. Authentic yet excitingly fresh. With each corner of the innovative space representing a different aspect of the intimate Spanish tapas lifestyle, the entire atmosphere acts as a stimulating and fast-moving play evoked through senses of sight, smell, touch, and – primarily – taste. This is only of the must for every gourmet.