5 Brunch Sports in Barcelona
Brunch culture is synonymous in Barcelona. Predominantly due to the multitude of excellent brunch establishments in Barcelona, but also because people tend to wake up at around 11 on the weekend hence brunch has become a pinnacle part of the weekend. If you like your bloody marys bottomless and mimosas charged with the freshest of oranges read on and discover some of the city's finest spots to fill your belly when you wake up too late for breakfast and you’re too hungry to wait for lunch, curated by NuvoBarcelona.
Dirty South Barcelona
Carrer del Bruc 62
This place is new, it actually opened in spring of 2017. Dirty South prides itself on Southern American, and Creole dishes prepared with the rich locally sourced ingredients that Barcleona has to offer. The brunch menu includes Vegetarian Jambalya, fried chicken and waffles, mac and cheese, and many more classic southern American dishes we all know and love. If you love a bloody mary, dive into a bottomless jug for just 20e.
Carrer de la Ciutat de Granada 44
This little brunch spot is renowned for its four different types of eggs benedict, and stacks of sweet and savoury pancakes. Brazilian chef Patricia Leona from Sao Paulo has dedicated the menu to simple and classic dishes which fill your belly, and have you leaving the poble nou hot spot happy as larry. It’s worth trying the pulled pork sandwiches, the pork is marinated for hours.
This cheery tea room is decorated with vintage furniture, and a beautifully restored art deco floor. You will find a collection of delightful homemade cakes and tarts that are to absolutely die for. The restaurant is run by Israeli Adi Nachson and Ugot is hebrew for cake. You can order eggs cooked in almost any way and there is a range of homemade quiches and pastries. Try the Shashuka which is an Israeli spicy egg dish.
Metro Arc de Triomf
Carrer del Comerç 1
Walk into a country kitchen with lounge music, a comfortable florally decorated space with a lovely warm atmosphere. This is a great spot to head for brunch because it’s right next to the park so you can go for a stroll to walk off the eggs benedict and mimosas. Reasonably priced with main courses starting at 7e. Plenty of seafood dishes including crab cakes and seafood chowder, book of arrive early to secure a table on the weekend.