Bar But

Opened in May, Bar But’s ambition is to be a local bar for the people of Gràcia, with a commitment to fresh produce and quality. The menu is designed around seasonal produce. The restaurant is open all day, you can pop in for breakfast, lunch a snack or dinner. You can also come in to … Read more


The sister restaurant of nearby Japanese Kibuka, Cafè Godot offers an enticing lunch, dinner and brunch on the weekend. Try the Rock Mussels Marinière (with garlic, lemon, herbs, crostini & white wine) and the Scallops with Green Curry (with snow peas, shitake, coconut milk, coriander oil & basmati rice). The menu offers good value for … Read more

Restaurant Gut

Restaurant Gut was launched in 2010 by a group of friends who wanted to create something together. Situated in the lower part of Gracia near Diagonal, the restaurant offers breakfast, lunch, dinners and drinks. Their menu uses fresh local ingredients and includes Mediterranean and Asian fusion cuisine and vegetarian dishes. The minimalist interior has natural light and a … Read more


The first BOO clothing store was launched in 2006, on La Perla Street and in 2012 it moved to Bonavista Street, close to Passeig de Gràcia. The name of the store is inspired by Boo Radley, one of the main characters in Harper Lee’s novel “To Kill a Mockingbird”. The clothing at BOO is made up of both … Read more

Santa Gula

Santa Gula’s menu is based on Catalan cuisine with a variety of international touches. Dishes change every 15 days according to seasonal ingredients available.