Dive into Barcelona’s wild side with local musicians Sinciders, Sacramentos, and Hiroshima. They share the best places scattered among Antoni Gaudí’s masterpieces, including record shops, bars, restaurants, clubs, and more. Map should appear at the end of the page but can also be accessed here.
- Drink up panoramic views from the top of Montjuïc mountain.
- Explore all of Spain in just a few hours at Poble Espanyol, located on Montjuïc and also home to the music venue Sala Upload.
- Uncover treasures galore at Mercat dels Encants.
- Take the stairs at La Sagrada Familia if you can.
- Traditional Basque cuisine cooked by the owner’s mother at Restaurante Bidasoa
- All-you-can-eat sushi at Toyo
- Modern Catalan fare at Bar Ramón, which combines great food and rock’nroll
- Classic Catalan dishes at 4Gats, one of Pablo Picasso’s stomping grounds
- Catalan favorites at El Xampanyet
- Andalucian-style fried fish and other snacks at La Chana
- Discos Revolver (two locations on Carrer dels Tallers)
- Carrer dels Tallers for vintage clothing, guitars, records, and more
- La Chana
- Barbara Ann (try their special gin-dilla drink)
- Sidecar (try the cubajillo—half coffee, half Baileys with a lot of ice)
FEATURED BAND PERFORMANCES (in order of appearance)
Hiroshima at Barbara Ann
Mujeres at Meteoro
Sinciders at La Capsa El Prat
Sacramentos at Meteoro & Marula Café (courtesy of Emiliano Castro)
Amyl & the Sniffers at Meteoro (courtesy of Meteoro)
My Expansive Awareness at Sala Upload (courtesy of Josh Pfeffer)
Sinciders at Sala Upload (courtesy of SubNoise.es)
Sandré at Meteoro
Outside Hours at Freedonia
Peinga Rayo y Las Aeromozas at La Capsa El Prat
Tiger Mosquito at Freedonia
Sinciders at Sidecar (courtesy of Sandra of Popchild Magazine)
Baby Shakes at Marula Café (courtesy of John Terrible)
Autos Detroit at Barbara Ann