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Around the World: The Best of Barcelona

By Charlotte Giver — April 16, 2012


There are plenty of restaurants in Barcelona and sometimes it can be hard to find that special one. If you are looking for something out of the ordinary, chic and glamorous – look no further! I lived in Barcelona for almost a year and spent every second night out having dinner togethter with my friends. I know what places not to visit, what places to go to when you’re up for tapas, where to go when you want excellent cava or delicious sangria, places with the longest queues and those places that will have you coming back for more…and more!

The space is a big C-shape with a good amount of space dedicated to the seating/eating areas. If you are not in the mood to sit down and eat there are other options. For example, you can do some grocery shopping; the shelves  are filled with yummy gourmet products which makes this restaurant very special. Choose between different kinds of marmalade, rices, teas, spices, chutneys, etc etc…


So if you happen to be in my favorite city, enjoy an evening filled with good food and laughter at Cornelia and Co, located at Calle Valencia 225.

In order to get here, you can take the metro to Passeig de Gracia (L2, L3,L4) and walk down a couple of blocks.

For more information, further directions and for making a reservation call: 93273956

xoxo Charlotte

About Author

Charlotte is the founder and editor-in-chief at Your Coffee Break. With a background in PR working at prestigious agencies in Los Angeles and Barcelona, Charlotte has been working hard running Your Coffee Break from the YCB HQ in London’s Covent Garden for the past 4 years. Dried mangos, Starbucks and runs through Hyde Park get this Londoner through the day.

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