Is there anything as delicious and comforting as a fresh cup of coffee? Coffee is one of those things that is important in every culture, and Spain is no exception. Locals enjoy coffee all throughout the day, beginning in the morning through the late-afternoon merienda. It should come as no surprise, then, that Barcelona is filled with cafes, coffee bars, and restaurants where you can get your caffeine fix. Try one of these six places to get the best coffee in Barcelona!

Els Quatre Gats

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Els Quatre Gats is not exactly known for its famous coffee, but you need to have a coffee, tea, or other beverage here just for the cultural and historical factors. This cafe opened just before the turn of the 20th century and quickly became the meeting place for legendary artists. During the Modernisme movement in Barcelona, artists like Picasso, Gaudí, and others would meet and enjoy the company and atmosphere. You can visit Els Quatre Gats and enjoy the ambiance and history that’s been preserved over the decades.

Address: Carrer de Montsió, 3

Satan’s Coffee Corner

Consistently ranked one of the best cups of coffee in Barcelona, Satan’s Coffee Corner is a must for coffee lovers. This cafe has grown and evolved since its opening in 2012, but still is a favorite among creative types, coffee addicts, and artists. Satan’s prides itself of serving to the artsy crowd, serving some of the highest quality coffee in Barcelona. They also have a small menu of brunch and snack food, influenced by Satan’s Japanese-born head chef. Satan’s is a great place for a seriously good coffee and to enjoy coffee culture.

Address: Carrer de l’Arc de Sant Ramon del Call, 11

SKYE Coffee Co.

Looking for something different? Try SKYE Coffee Co.! First established in 2014, this coffee company serves coffee out of a converted van, in real food-truck style. You can find SKYE parked at Espacio 88 in Poble Nou, an iconic multi-use space. Together with Satan’s Coffee Corner and Nomad, SKYE Coffee Co. helped found The Independent Barcelona Coffee Festival, so you know they take coffee seriously! A visit to SKYE is a must for coffee lovers looking to try something new in Barcelona.

Address: Carrer de Pamplona, 88

Nomad Coffee Lab & Shop

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Nomad Coffee Lab & Shop is more than just a cafe. Like the name suggests, Nomad is a place for coffee experimentation and development. It’s at the top of the list of the best coffee in Barcelona because of its commitment to high-quality production and care through each step in the process. Nomad offers courses for the most serious of coffee lovers, to develop and learn more about the world of coffee preparation, roasting, and production. Stop by Nomad and prepare yourself to experience coffee like never before.

Address: Passatge Sert, 12

Onna Coffee

Onna Coffee is a favorite among locals because of its fabulous coffee and mouth-watering pastries. If you’re looking for a cup of coffee that is made with care, this is the place. The owners are from Costa Rica, so Onna Coffee serves exclusively Costa Rican coffee. Fans rave about the pastries and baked goods, so pick one up to pair with your cup of joe!

Address: Carrer de Santa Teresa, 1


You have to head outside of the city center to get to Several, but it is worth the trip! Several is a favorite local spot in the Sant Andreu district because of its caffeine creations and handmade pastries. Enjoy specialties like cappuccinos, mochas, and more, all in a cozy and inviting atmosphere. Breakfast and brunch are popular times, but Several is a great choice for coffee in Barcelona any time of day.

Address: Carrer Gran de Sant Andreu, 165

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