Eating, sleeping, drinking, eating, walking, eating, shopping, eating, sleeping, museum-going...This is what I plan to do on my upcoming trip to Barcelona.
My husband and I are visiting the Spanish city for our 10-year anniversary and eating delicious food will be the focus of our trip.
We'll be visiting in August, and I have already discovered that many restaurants I hoped to try will be closed. Inopia, the tapas spot opened by the brother of famed El Bulli chef Ferran Adrià--Closed! I was practically crying when I read this.
But we have identified some that should have their doors open. We plan to enjoy steamed mussels and canas (small beers) at the casual lunch spot Bar Mut, drink whiskey sours at Gimlet, feast on paella at Barceloneta, and sample Catalan cuisine at Fonda Gaig.
Do you have any suggestions? We're still building our itinerary.