12 Of The Best Specialty Coffee Shops In Barcelona

Barcelona’s specialty coffee scene is a testament to the city’s dedication to quality while uncovering unique flavors.

12 Of The Best Specialty Coffee Shops In Barcelona
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Barcelona is a city known for having stunning architecture, beautiful beaches, and a haven for coffee enthusiasts. While this metropolis is well-known for its rich culinary scene and tapas culture, it’s worth exploring the specialty coffee shops scattered throughout its neighborhoods. From cozy shops to modern brew bars, Barcelona has a diverse range of coffee experiences to offer.

The Miners Coffee

Rambla del Poblenou, 107, Bajo 1, 08005 Barcelona, Spain

The Miners Coffee joined the specialty coffee scene in 2019 by offering an open working space for those searching to be surrounded by like-minded individuals. With multiple locations throughout Prague and Barcelona, guests can purchase ground espresso, biodegradable capsules, canned nitro cold brew, mugs, and tumblers, along with all the equipment necessary to prepare your own Miners Coffee at home. Every bean is directly sourced from local farmers to be brewed using high-quality equipment such as La Marzocco and Slayer espresso machines.

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NEØ Coffee House

Carrer d'Olzinelles, 29, 08014 Barcelona, Spain

For a taste of modern coffee culture, travelers can find NEØ Coffee House in La Bordeta district. This shop focuses on sustainable practices and sources beans from eco-friendly producers, all while offering a beautiful setting to savor your brew.  This zero waste shop aims to only use unprocessed, local, and seasonal ingredients to create its delectable vegan pastries.

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Jacaranda Café

Baixada de la Plana, 49, 08032 Barcelona, Spain

Located next to the charming Parc del Turó de la Peira, Jacaranda Café is a cozy and welcoming spot that prides itself on collaborating with small local businesses from around the globe. With its meticulous brewing techniques, the well-trained baristas create exceptional coffee experiences that are sure to please even the most discerning palates. Here, guests can find artisanal freshly baked pastries, bread, cakes, and sandwiches to pair with your drink of choice. For more charming places to visit in Spain, check out this list.

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Right Side Coffee Bar

C/ de l'Arc de Sant Ramon del Call, 11, 08002 Barcelona, Spain

Located near the renowned Catedral de Barcelona, Right Side Coffee Bar is an award-winning specialty coffee shop that combines passion with creativity. The rotating selection of beans are sourced from local and international roasters to ensure that every visit is a unique and exciting experience. Since 2012, the shop’s biggest priority has been to deliver consistently high-quality espresso drinks in recycled packaging.

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Forns Del Pi

Multiple locations

Tucked away in the bustling neighborhood of La Rambla is Forns Del Pi, both a café and bakery that has been delighting travelers for many years. This modern yet rustic spot serves a wide array of pastries, freshly baked bread, and churros to pair with your drink of choice. The window seating nook creates the perfect space for solo diners to get some work done. Budget travelers frequently dine here thanks to its affordable prices and exceptional quality.

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Café Cometa

C/ del Parlament, 20, 08015 Barcelona, Spain

This neighborhood gem in the trendy El Poble-Sec district is known for its exceptional coffee and welcoming atmosphere. Café Cometa takes pride in crafting coffee that will tantalize your taste buds. Pair it with a slice of homemade cake or sandwiches for the ultimate treat. This Insta-worthy spot makes the perfect backdrop for all types of photography. To learn more about the Catalonian region, check out this breakdown of Spain’s 4 Catalonian provinces.

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Morrow Coffee

Av. Gran Vía de les Corts Catalanes 403 Barcelona, Spain, 08015 Barcelona, Spain

Morrow Coffee is a modern café which focuses on sustainability and ethically sourced beans. The exposed brick wall with black metal chairs creates a cozy, rustic, and inviting atmosphere for guests to relax in. For a bite to eat, don’t miss the avocado toast or one of the many sandwich options available. Travelers can purchase espresso grounds from Colombia, Kenya, Costa Rica, El Salvador, Ethiopia, Brazil, and Rwanda to recreate a cup of specialty coffee at home.

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Ombú Cafè

C/ d'Àvila, 51, 08005 Barcelona, Spain

Located in the heart of Barcelona, Ombu Café is a true-hidden gem. With its inviting atmosphere and expertly crafted coffee, Ombu Café has quickly become a favorite among locals. Known for its botanical-inspired décor, delicious matcha lattes and pastries. High-quality beans and expert brewing techniques give guests the best coffee drinking experience. Off-the-beaten-path travelers will adore these 5 little-known secret spots to visit in Spain.

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On y va Coffee

Multiple locations

On Y Va was born from the idea of having a space to share, live and relive experiences, all while enjoying a cup of specialty coffee to be filled with energy. This café is known for its top-notch specialty coffee and friendly service across its six locations. The main focus of this shop is to source ingredients from small farms that prioritize fair treatment and bean quality. Pair your drink with one of the delectable brunch options available for a perfect start to your day.

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Roast Club Cafe

C/ de València, 190, 08011 Barcelona, Spain

Roast Club Café, situated in the Eixample neighborhood, lives up to its name by offering an impressive range of house-roasted coffee beans. Travelers can savor the monthly rotated espresso blends along with freshly baked pastries and sandwiches made-to-order. This spot, opened by Iker Zago, began as a small cafeteria and strives everyday to provide the highest quality cup of coffee possible to guests. Courses are available to learn about all things barista and coffee.

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Bonsai Coffee & Matcha

C. de Casanova, 146, 08036 Barcelona, Spain

For a delightful fusion of coffee and Japanese matcha, Bonsai Coffee & Matcha in the Eixample district is an outstanding choice. Exceptional coffee and matcha-based beverages are prepared to order in an elegant, minimalist setting. Espresso grounds and matcha powder can be purchased in-store to recreate your favorite drink at home. Small sweet treats are available: croissants, cookies, fruit tarts, waffles, and more.

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BLACKBIRD Coffee Corner – Specialty coffee

C/ de València, 418, 08013 Barcelona, Spain

Nestled next to La Sagrada Família, Blackbird Coffee Corner is a picturesque café with a focus on artisanal espresso. Espresso beans are sourced from sustainable farms, ensuring a delicious and eco-friendly coffee experience. The high ceilings and cozy interior makes it an ideal pit stop for an energizing espresso drink while exploring the city. Travelers can also snack on one of the many sweet treats served, such as brownies, cookies, coffee cake, and more.

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Natalia Guerra

Contributing Editor

Natalia Guerra was born in Miami and comes from a Cuban background. Aside from her passion for travel writing and culinary arts, she also loves to step out of her comfort zone to live life to the fullest. Her lifestyle is being a digital nomad, working remotely as she travels the world one city at a time. Her favorite country has been Spain for its beautiful architecture and food, which reminds her of her Cuban culture.

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