Weflating Suites Sant Antoni Market

Weflating apartments are located in one of the trendiest neighborhoods in Barcelona, 80 meters from Sant Antoni Market and 5 minutes walking from the metro station Poble Sec.

Hoja Santa

Albert Adrià and Paco Méndez teamed up to create a Mexican restaurant that transmits the experience of being and eating in Mexico. Photos: moitorne.com The name Hoja Santa is taken from a bush native to Mexico that has fragrant leaves used in Latin cuisine. Chef Paco Medina (formerly of El Bulli and Tickets) leads the … Read more

Bodega 1900

Bodega 1900

Photos: moitorne.com  Albert Adrià’s Bodega 1900 recalls the cherished local tradition of Sunday vermouth. Opened in 2013, Bodega 1900 is directed by Ferran Soler in the kitchen and by Leo Vinitzki in the dining room. Situated across the street from Tickets Bar, Bodega 1900 is one of six projects that Albert Adrià has in Barcelona’s Poble Sec … Read more

Niño Viejo

Niño Viejo specializes in urban street dishes of Mexico, with delicious homemade tacos, antojitos and tortas as protagonists. The cocktail bar has an array of powerful concoctions where tequila and mezcal play a starring role.

Enigma

Enigma is one of six restaurants clustered around El Paral·lel, lead by Albert Adrià under the umbrella of elBarri. The others are Tickets, Bodega 1900, Pakta, Hoja Santa and Niño Viejo.

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Sant Antoni Guide

Sant Antoni is part of the Eixample district of Barcelona, bordered by El Raval and El Poble Sec. It is most famous for its historic market and for being home to many of the best restaurants in the city.

Lolita Tapería

In 2005 chef Albert Adría (brother of molecular gastronomist Ferran Adrià) partnered with his friend Joan Martinez to launch a restaurant called Inopia Classic Bar.