5 Spots for Coffee Connoisseurs in Barcelona

This blog post was originally posted on January 21, 2015, and was updated on October 7, 2017.

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Coffee culture in Spain is an interesting concept. It is such a huge part of daily life, yet there is little to be said about its quality. Sure, a café con leche can really hit the spot, but it would be a sad loss if the regular Spanish cup of joe were put up to compete with, say, its Italian counterpart.

A new wave of coffee culture has come over Barcelona, and coffee snobs couldn’t be more thrilled. So for something a little more special than the usual, check out these five spots for coffee connoisseurs in Barcelona.

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Satan’s Coffee Corner

The people at Satan’s Coffee Corner, a lovely little cafe in the Gothic, were some of the first in Barcelona’s recent coffee movement. Literally starting off in a tiny corner of a bike shop, they are finally proud to have their own spot, sans wifi and all. This is one of the best places to get coffee in Barcelona.

Address: Carrer de l’Arc de Sant Ramon de Call, 11

Nømad Coffee Productions

The only problem with Nømad being on one of the most charming streets in all of Barcelona is that it doesn’t open on weekends. The street, or passage, only opens mid-week. No worries, get there during the week to enjoy its serenity over a perfectly concocted cup of coffee.

Address: Passatge Sert, 12
We love Nomad Coffee for their great dedication to the art of a good roast! Check it our for some of the best coffee in Barcelona!
The bar at Nomad Coffee. Photo credit: Alper Cugun 

Federal Café

On a very pleasant and sunny corner of Sant Antoni’s Parlament Street, find the incredibly successful Federal. A three-story airy cafe that not only takes pride in great coffee but also boasts some fantastic eats. Did someone say brunch?

Address: Carrer del Parlament, 39

Skye Coffee

From a sleek food truck to an airy warehouse, Skye Coffee is the perfect spot to soak up the ever-so-trendy Barcelona foodie scene. These people are at every food event the city has to offer, and they host some of their own as well.

Address: Carrer de Pamplona, 88
Skye Coffee is yet another name making a splash in the world of coffee in Barcelona.
Skye Coffee’s super sleek truck. Photo credit: Alper Cugun 

Cafés el Magnifico

And here we save the best for last. Cafés el Magnifico, a classic and the true pioneer of good coffee in Barcelona, is a shop that takes their art very, very seriously. Here you can find some of the best beans in the world, as well as a small area to have a very well-prepared cappuccino. Hidden in the heart of El Born, grab a coffee to go and wander!

Address: Carrer de l’Argenteria, 64
 
Know where to go for coffee in Barcelona.
Enjoy a coffee to go while wandering the streets of our beautiful city!

If your curious about Barcelona’s fantastic culinary scene, consider joining us on one of our food tours to learn more. You can choose to explore Gracia, Barcelona’s charming, off the beaten path neighborhood, or the Born and Barceloneta, two of Barcelona’s most historic neighborhoods.  We explore typical Catalan and Spanish cuisine and have a load of fun along the way!

6 Comment

  1. Suzy says: Reply

    I would add Onna Coffee in Gracia – excellent coffee http://onnacoffee.com/

    1. Jessie says: Reply

      Your answer was just what I neddee. It’s made my day!

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  5. Anna says: Reply

    This is an excellent list!! Skye Coffee is a must and Nomads is just classic!! I also love Espai Joliu, a plant concept store I love to work at. You might know it as well, just thought could be a cool add-on for this list 🙂

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