5 things foodies should explore in the Eixample District
The Eixample district is in the center of town and is separated into the Esquerra de l’Eixample and the Dreta de l’Eixample. This large strip cuts through Passeig de Gracia and includes a lot of interesting cafes, restaurants, and bars. So if you and your roomies are foodies go check them out! 😉
1.Ce la Teresa
If you want food with locally sourced ingredients and the sweet smile of Teresa, come to Ce la Teresa for some of the most delicious cakes in the city.
Address: c/de la Diputació, 196
2. Café Orion
This small cafe is a bohemian center in the middle of the fast paced city center. It’s a place that makes you feel at home, with hot pressed paninis, fresh pressed juices, and coffee beans sourced from around the world.
3. Hammock Juice Station
This restaurant also offers juices and healthy food like Orion, but is at the other end of the Eixample district. You can enjoy your juices and food while your feet soar above the ground, as you relax from a hammock seat.
Address: c/de Mallorca, 308
4. Patisseria Takashi Ochiai
If you’re craving something sweet, yet refined, then this restaurant is perfect for you. Takeshi Ochiai is a traditional Japanese cake shop, that offers a variety of cakes, chocolates, and mochis (chocolate, crema catalana, strawberry, green tea and seasonal flavors). The cold mochis paired with the indoor air conditioning is the perfect remedy to the summertime.
Address: c/Del Comte d’Urgell
5. Dow Jones
Dow Jones is a small bar within Eixample that models the stock market. They have a list of their drinks posted on various screens with prices that change according to their demand.
Address: c/del Bruc, 97
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