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Shopping in Bonanova, Barcelona

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Spanish Restaurant
“My favourite Restaurant. Very good food, very friendly waiters. Try here modern traditional catalan food ;) A great place to stay in the evening or at day to sit outside on the Placa de Sarriá, rest, have a beer and watch people passing by... ”
  • 3 locals recommend
Farmers Market
“Small market where you can buy local fresh fruits, vegetables, meat or fromages. The place to go to fill in the fridge and prepare your meals at home”
  • 2 locals recommend
Grocery or Supermarket
  • 1 local recommends
Restaurant
“The best spanish "beyota" ham in Barcelona, with great bread toasts with tomato and olive oil, and fantastic Tapas.”
  • 2 locals recommend
Bakery
“excellent bread and pastry place on a pricey side, however, you will enjoy the place's ambiance”
  • 2 locals recommend
Pharmacy
  • 2 locals recommend
Corner Shop
  • 1 local recommends
Bakery
“Patisserie, bakery (Plaça de Sarrià, 12-13) Established in 1886, this is a beautiful bakery/deli. Lots of chocolate, pastry, and also a small meat counter with some wine and charcuterie. The ice cream is truly amazing. Hazelnut and pistachio actually have actual nuts in them! I recommend also the chocolate and the almond croissant. It is a gem of the neighborhood. In summer they have also orchata to drink, try this fresh typically Spanish summer beverage! ”
  • 1 local recommends

Shopping malls

Market
“Sarrià Market has become a modern, spacious showcase for food which reopened in 2007 after a complete refit. It still retains the original structure of the market founded over 100 years ago which supplied the local community with food throughout the last century and continues to do so today. The origins of the market, which is located in the Sarrià-Sant Gervasi district, can be traced back to 1900, although the current premises date from 1910, when the Passeig Reina Elisenda was built, cutting off the church of Sant Vicenç from its parish allotments. The new market, which was essential for the prosperous and growing population of the village of Sarrià, occupied the allotment site. Nowadays,”
  • 2 locals recommend

Markets

Market
“Sarrià also has its own neighbourhood market, down the street from the Pedralbes Monastery, which is probably much more authentic than any of the others you are likely to find downtown. Sarrià Market has become a modern, spacious showcase for food which reopened in 2007 after a complete refit. It still retains the original structure of the market founded over 100 years ago which supplied the local community with food throughout the last century and continues to do so today. Where: Passeig de la Reina Elisenda de Montcada 8 Timetable: lunes 7:00–15:00 martes 7:00–15:00, 17:00–20:00 miércoles 7:00–15:00 jueves 7:00–15:00, 17:00–20:00 viernes 7:00–20:00 sábado 7:00–15:00 ”
  • 4 locals recommend
Market
“This is a lovely market with fresh fish from the coast, meats from Girona and all the fruits and vegetables you can imagine.”
  • 4 locals recommend
Market
“Sarrià Market has become a modern, spacious showcase for food which reopened in 2007 after a complete refit. It still retains the original structure of the market founded over 100 years ago which supplied the local community with food throughout the last century and continues to do so today. The origins of the market, which is located in the Sarrià-Sant Gervasi district, can be traced back to 1900, although the current premises date from 1910, when the Passeig Reina Elisenda was built, cutting off the church of Sant Vicenç from its parish allotments. The new market, which was essential for the prosperous and growing population of the village of Sarrià, occupied the allotment site. Nowadays,”
  • 2 locals recommend
Market
“The opening up of Passeig de la Reina Elisenda in 1909 allowed the construction of Sarrià Market on the basis of plans drawn up by the architects M. Coquillat and A. Calvet. Major alterations were fin”
  • 2 locals recommend
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