Great Bites near the Barcelona Cruise Port

This blog post was originally posted on February 24, 2015 and was updated on January 06, 2018.

Welcome to the city cruisers! Whether you plan on stopping for a few hours or a few days make sure to try the incredible eats near to the Barcelona cruise port!

Now we know you don’t have time to waste, so check out the best bites near the Barcelona cruise port, gathered by your trusty foodie experts of this city. Reach these places by foot in 20 minutes or less, and spend time on what’s really important, that being devouring Barcelona!

Just because your trip to Barcelona is a quick one—stopping in at the cruise port before moving on to the next stop—doesn't mean you shouldn't make the most of it! If you want delicious food near the Barcelona port, follow our tips and you won't go hungry! #travelhacks #traveltips #tapas #foodie #summertravel #summervibes #barcelona

El Xampanyet

If you’re looking for places near the Barcelona cruise port, head to this classic cava bar in the Born for delicious anchovies, montaditos of Spanish ham and a glass (or bottle!) of their signature bubbly.

Address: Carrer de Montcada, 22
Distance: 14-minute walk

Quimet i Quimet

In the humble neighborhood of Poble Sec, find this little gem of a bodega that is up there in the rankings of best bodegas in Barcelona. Standing room only but you won’t mind—the tapas are absolutely exquisite.

Address: Carrer de Poeta Cabanyes, 25
Distance: 15-minute walk

Wondering what to order at a bodega? Well, vermouth of course. One of our favorite drinks to enjoy night or day. Let our guide, Victoria fill you in on how to enjoy it like a local.

Casa Pascual

Traditional Catalan eats on a colorful and sun-drenched terrace—what more could you ask for?! The dishes at Casa Pascual encompass everything that is beautiful about Spanish and Catalan cuisine: delicious in all their simplicity!

Address: Pas de Sota Muralla, 7
Distance: 11-minute walk
 
We love the terrace at Casa Pascual, a bar and restaurant serving up traditional Catalan dishes as well as yummy Spanish tapas! Looking over Barcelona's Port Vell, or Old Port, it has one of the best locations!
The lovely terrace at Casa Pascual.

Bar Cañete

Whether it be stellar tapas at the bar or top-notch entrees in the bistro, Bar Cañete is your answer to that perfect classy-but-casual lunch or dinner in Barcelona. Near the Barcelona cruise port, and a great place for some light bites, you can’t miss checking out this spot!

Address: Carrer de la Unió, 17
Distance: 8 minute walk

La Cova Fumada

Get yourself deep into the old fishermen’s village of Barceloneta and to this emblematic hole-in-the-wall that is famous for inventing the delicious bomba, a potato and ground beef croquette that is to die for.

Address: Carrer de Baluard, 56
Distance: 18-minute walk
We love to welcome cruisers docking in Barcelona on our Gracia Neighborhood Food Tour! It's one of the best ways to learn and taste a lot in just a small period of time and near to the Barcelona cruise port!
Curious to hear the story behind la bomba? Join us on a food tour!

BlackLab Brewhouse

Any beer lovers out there? There’s a new brewhouse in town! And this open, airy loft space not only makes great beer, but also pretty delicious fusion tapas and burgers to boot.

Address: Plaça Pau Vila, 1
Distance: 13 minute walk

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