Poble Sec is one of the best areas to go for tapas in Barcelona today. Does anyone doubt it? The bars, many of them small but with crowded terraces all year round, are distributed throughout the area.
This concentrated place of tapas begins when crossing the artistic Paral·lel, and has been growing in importance during the last years, exactly like its bohemian neighbor, the district of Sant Antoni.
If there is a street that stands out among the Poble Sec tapas route, this is without a doubt the Blai Street (Carrer Blai), full of places where you can take some hen or tapas.
The truth is that the atmosphere in this street is worth seeing. From about the time of leaving the office, Blai Street is filled with groups of people looking for a corner where to tap. The truth be told, the influx of people make it very often difficult to find a place to sit and you will touch eating the tops standing.
Bodega Saltó (Blesa, 36)
La Boheme (Blai, 65)
La Soleá (Pl. del Sortidor, 14)
El Trentasis (Carrer Margarit, 36)
Bodega La Tieta(Blai, 1)
Tribal Café (Blai, 29)
Zodiaco (Blai, 39)
Bar Domingo (Blasco de Garay, 15)
Tiela i Llibertat (Blai, 35)
La Federica (Salvà, 3)
Barramón (Blai, 32)
Lia D´En Vicius (Blai, 30)
Carmesí (Blai, 28)
Bar Seco (Passeig Del Montjuic 74)
Bairoletto (Roser 82)
Darling (Blesa, 34)
La Churre (Blai, 2)
Jon Mai (Plaça del Sortidor, 15)
And as you know, Google is a great ally and, if you do not use it as a search engine, Google Maps gives us very good results if we look for phrases like “Poble Sec tapas” Thus, the Google map highlights the following results, which also have the advantage that have the opinions of users if we click on the name of the place.
Licenciada en Periodismo y enamorada de Barcelona desde 1986. Disfruto escribiendo posts y haciendo fotos de mi ciudad natal para BCN City Hotels, tarea que combino con la comunicación y el marketing online freelance y me mantienen siempre conectada y en continuo aprendizaje.