Barcelona is a city vibrating with life, excitement, and romance. They are blessed with stunning architecture, picturesque views, enjoyable beaches, calm weather, and tasty foods and delicacies that you will never want to leave. Lined with cafes almost in every corner, coffee lovers will never run out of choices.
Every article you search on the internet about coffee, practically mention the name ‘Nomad.’ It is because this café teaches people that coffee is not just only a bitter brew with milk and sugar. Located in Poblenou, it is a tranquil place to work. Nomad is a part shop and part café and coffee roaster. You can learn here how to select toast and serve coffee in every possible way. Just ask, and they will teach you excellence. You will find this shop minimal in décor, for the owner wants customers to focus not on the walls or the floors but on how to make the best coffee.
Roast Club Café
If you’re into a good cup coffee and the relentless Americanos just aren’t doing it for you, this would be the best place for you. There are several Best Coffee Shops in Barcelona that you can enjoy, and each one of them is exceptional in their own ways. Like the Roast Club Cafe who boast of their best sweets and delicacies. Upon the doorstep, you will be welcomed with the most radiant, sparkling, friendly smile of the lovely barista and the mesmerizing coffee scent. The highlight of this café is the excellent quality of the cafe’s coffee preparation and the delicious sweets that they offer. Several reviews online say that they have the best chocolate and hazelnut in town.
Satan Coffee Corner
It all began as a small window coffee shop, tucked away in El Call. Over six years, it has grown into a famous brand with multiple branches around the city. Aside from their best blend of coffee, which is known to be prominent in the town, they serve delicious breakfast in which you can ll pair with coffee. It is owned by Marcos Bartolome, from a family of coffee makers. Wanting to continue what he learned from his childhood, he put up his coffee shop. Not a hell hole that you are thinking of, this satanic name aligns with how he brews their coffee. When you’ve got the taste of Satan’s cappuccino, it ironically tastes heavenly.
Found in Carrer, de Santa Teresa 1 Gracia 08012, come and enjoy the steaming shot of rich and balanced espresso. The owner of this shop, Anahi Paez, is a Costa Rican who migrated to Spain and continued her coffee passion. Onna serves both espresso and pour-over using 3-4 coffee varieties that come exclusively from Costa Rica. The cafe’s motto is ‘Good coffee and craft care can be seen in how they treat their patrons. With detailed attention, friendly baristas, and specially brewed coffee will attract you regularly in this place.
Cafés El Magnífico
This wonderful place was opened in 1989 and it still regarded as one of the very best in Barcelona. Run by Salvador Sans, this is a man that knows more about brewing coffee that just about anyone and blends are often considered to be the finest, especially in the cold infusion format.
Hidden Café Barcelona
OK, so it’s not that hidden, but it is one of those cafes with great ambience and good enough space for your laptop. But those in the know go there not for the atmosphere, but the high-quality coffee. They even do a nice plate of breakfast in the morning so make sure you get there in the AM rather than the PM as it does also tend to get busier in the evenings.
If you want to work and enjoy a great cup of coffee this is the place to go and it is often described as a “sea of open MacBooks”. It is believed that more business deals are done in this single cafe than all the others put together from the same district! I do have to say this place is best visited in the morning so you can enjoy the quiet before the work-hours start.
Of all the cafes in and around Barcelona, this is the hardest to classify as it is a little bit of everything. Its a cafe, a coffee shop, a coffee brewer shop and a workshop all in one with its modern clean look and super-fast wifi this place couldn’t be any more trendy if it tried, but the small seating area does mean you would have to get lucky to get a seat.
Nomad Coffee Lab
This cafe isn’t so much a coffee shop, it’s more a testing lab where people are encouraged to try new tastes and even get into making their own. While it will be considered far too expensive for most peoples tastes those of us who love our coffee will know it is worth every penny (especially for the green coffee).
If you enjoy your coffee strong enough to steer itself and handmade food that tastes just like your parents use to make this is the place to visit. While the coffee here is the main talking point their range of handmade sandwiches are the bonus that keeps people coming back time and time again.
Anyone can find all kinds of cafés that will cater to your moods and personalities. Aside from enjoying coffee here, there are also places where you can learn the craft of brewing and making excellent coffee. Fall in love with these places and have a boost of caffeine anywhere in Barcelona.