Contact Us




























    Best Coffee Spots In Barcelona

    Barcelona » Stokepedia

    Posted by Stoke Media Team
    1 year ago | May 1, 2020

    Best Coffee Spots In Barcelona

    By KP, our resident food critic

    Us Stokies know good coffee (comes with being so regularly hungover/busy), and while Spain has always had a coffee drinking culture of some sort, they are now catching on to the good stuff now and speciality coffee spots are popping up like daisies around Barcelona. Rather than settling for an average cafe con leche at a corner spot, see below our favourite cafes in town to grab yourself a tasty cuppa joe that’s bound to put a spring in your step!

     

    • Brooklyn Cafe (€): New brewers on the block, Brooklyn is my pick for the best value speciality coffee in Barcelona. They have three locations across the city and their price can not be beat! A flat white will set you back about €1.90 (So good, a regular flat white will generally set you back between €2.5-3) and they taste like heaven. They roast all their own beans and their baristas know what they’re doing! 
    • Lulu Barcelona (€): These girls sure know how to make a banging coffee! Service is always friendly, they have Oatly oat milk on offer and also have a coconut milk option for you fellow lacto free pals! If you’re ever wandering around the Born area, be sure to pop in and say hey to these gals!
    • Little Fern (€): Our Kiwi friends are located in PobleNou and have some of the tastiest coffee on offer in Barcelona (and the friendliest service in town might we add). They use high quality beans from Ozone Coffee UK and know how to make one SMOOTH cup of brew! They also have one of THE best brunch cafes in town. Be sure to pop in and grab a strong one off them (their prana chai is also muy tasty for any of you non-coffee drinkers).
    • Syra (€): So these guys have been around since 2015, but just started getting noticed as they opened up 4 different locations in town. Their coffee is super smooth but packs a punch! You won’t be disappointed with one of their cups & maybe even a cookie.
    • Satans (€): Probably one of the cooler coffee corners in town, the team at Satans do some damn good cups of joe. Just don’t ask them for the wifi password… cause they ain’t about that life.
    • Caravelle (€): Aussie owned Caravelle is one of the OG brunch spots in Barcelona (you’ll find them on our brunch list also) and for this reason they obvs should have banging coffee on offer (which they most certainly do). Grab yourself one of their cold brews or a classic flat white to start your day. They know what they’re doing!
    • Super (€): The team at Super are doing great things! They roast all their beans in house, use high quality milks & have baristas that know the difference between a latte and a flat white. Worth the note, the staff are super friendly! They might even ask you how your day is (this is a big deal here trust us)!! They also do really tasty/healthy takeaway meals for a super bueno price! They’re worth a visit for sure!

    It’s a given that you’re going to need at least one coffee a day when you visit Barcelona, maybe two if you manage to find your way onto a Barcelona Boat Party. Also, it’s not uncommon in Spain to order a shot of pretty much anything in your coffee, it’s called a carajillo, and you can go for Baileys, all the way to the locals’ favourite, brandy. 

    Related Trips
    Barcelona Wine Tours And Tastings
    Barcelona
    DLG Mediterranean Experience
    Barcelona
    Poble De Los Freaks | La Terrrazza Club
    Barcelona
    Barcelona Nightlife
    Europe
    Barcelona Super Bowl Party 2021
    Barcelona
    Barcelona Cocktail Class
    Barcelona
    The Spanish
    Spain
    Barcelona City Break 2020
    Spain
    Barcelona Boat Party and Cruises
    Barcelona
    Barcelona Costa Brava Beach Camp
    Costa Brava
    Barcelona Bike Tour
    Europe
    Barcelona Cooking Class
    Europe
    Related Articles
    Five Reasons Why The Stoke App Will Make Travelling Europe Wonderful

    Maybe you’ve heard, perhaps you haven’t, but Stoke Travel has made an app! Rather than let the pandemic and dissolving of youth travel kill our momentum, we decided to use…

    Read More

    Surviving Lockdown in Barcelona

    10 Tips to keep you sane during Barcelona Lockdown  So whilst bars and restaurants and our usual indulgent spots may be closed for the foreseeable future, here’s some survival tips…

    Read More

    Wearing Party Masks Is The Right Thing To Do

    But that doesn’t mean they have to be boring! Let’s conquer COVID and protect our communities with Stoke Threads party masks, while showing the world that no matter how messed…

    Read More

    A New Normal For Barcelona Boat Parties

    Barcelona Boat Parties are back on for 2020! We’re operating according to COVID-19 regulations in the new normal, and partying on a boat is one of the few things we’re…

    Read More

    The Best Places To Eat Paella In Barcelona

    By K.P. our resident food critic Paella is one of Spain’s national joys (as you probably know) and is hands down the one dish you HAVE to wrap your mouth…

    Read More

    Best Tapas In Barcelona

    By KP, our resident food critic Now we’re talking, good old authentic tapas, shared plates of deliciousness – Spanish specialities done in Barcelona with a particularly Catalan flair. These little…

    Read More

    The Best Brunch In Barcelona

    By KP, our resident food critic Surely you know that StokeTravel do a bottomless brunch with unlimited mimosas at all of our destinations, because we know that nothing beats a…

    Read More

    Which European festivals and events have been cancelled due to coronavirus? 

    An updating list of the music and cultural festivals, and sporting events, across Europe that have been cancelled, postponed, or rescheduled in 2020 due to COVID-19, and those that remain…

    Read More

    Best Burgers In Barcelona

    By KP, our resident foodie Up there with kebabs and curries as the ultimate hangover food, there’s nothing quite like chewing away the previous night’s sins – or doubling down…

    Read More

    Best Italian Food In Barcelona

    By KP, our resident food critic Italian food is a classic favourite amongst the masses. To be fair, I don’t think I have ever met a soul that didn’t enjoy…

    Read More

    How to stay in touch with friends and family back home while abroad 

    As you begin your study abroad experience you may find it difficult to keep in touch with the people back home, and that’s understandable. Busy travel and school schedules mixed…

    Read More

    Dealing With Homesickness While Studying Abroad

    Your first week or two abroad in Europe is a whirlwind. Everything is new and exciting, and you find yourself wanting to do everything all at once. Jam-packed days of …

    Read More

    Search Stoke Travel Search by Trip, Destination, Month...