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Barcelona, Spain

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La Boqueria

La Boqueria
Located off La Rambla, the mercado La Boqueria (or "mercat" in Catalan) is a glorious place to stop for a snack or ingredients for an authentic dinner.
Pura Brasa
Though it's not a vegetarian restaurant, the vegan meal I had at Pura Brasa was delicious, fresh, and well-crafted. I'd definitely suggest it, especially if you're tooling around near main attractions. I visited the Las Arenas location, but there are 3 in Barcelona and one in Bilbao. The roasted corn and peanut butter was amazing, and I loved the asparagus with romesco sauce.
Flax&Kale
C Tallers 74B (Placa Castella)
Barcelona, Spain
+34 933175664
Mon-Fri 9:00am-11:30pm
Sat-Sun 10:00am-11:30pm

This "healthy flexitarian restaurant" serves 80% plant-based options (with some fish) and a range of fresh juices and smoothies. The menu is available on their website.

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Juicy Jones
C/Cardenal Casanas 7
Barcelona, Spain (El Barri Gòtic)
+34 93 302 43 30

C/Hospital 74 (barrio Raval, Metro Liceu)
Barcelona, Spain 08001
+34 93 443 90 82
Tue-Sun 10:00am-11:00pm

Fully vegan, reasonably priced, daily specials. Gets busy, so aim for lunch and get there before 2 pm. Try the_ crema catalana _for dessert! One reviewer notes that it's right off a main pickpocket area, so keep an eye on your valuables. More reviews here and here.

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Teresa Carles
Jovellanos, 2 (Metro: Placa Catalunya or Universidad Metro)
Barcelona, Spain 08001
+34 933171829
Mon-Sun 9:00am-12:00am

Formerly known as Vegetalia, Teresa Carles offers 3 daily specials in addition to the regular menu, at least one of which is vegan. Wait times can be long, so make a reservation in advance if possible (online reservations available). Menus available in multiple languages, with vegan options clearly marked.

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Ecocentre
Mallorca, 330 (near Metro Station Verdaguer)
Barcelona, Spain 08037
+34 932075785
Mon-Sat 10:00am-9:00pm

If you run out of cruelty-free and vegan toiletries while you're in Barcelona or want to pick up some snacks, this is the place to go! They even have vegan shoes, if you wear through the ones you brought. They don't sell produce, but they do have tofu, seitan, and frozen foods if you're staying in a hostel, hotel, or apartment with a kitchen.

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Quinoa Bar Vegetaria
Travessera de Gracia 203
Barcelona, Spain 08012
+34 931129326
Mon-Sat 10:00am-11:00pm

This fully vegetarian spot has been open for a few years, and has become a local favorite. Treats include gazpacho, vegan quiche, seitan sausages, vegan cakes and pastries, and organic wines. One perk that's great for travelers? Free wi-fi! Downside - no credit cards (as of Nov. 2014), and very small, so try to visit in off-peak hours. Read lots of great reviews here.

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Calle Floridablanca 78 (Viladomat)
Barcelona, Spain 08105
+34 933251797
Mon-Sat 10:00am-9:00pm
Sun 11:00am-3:00pm

If you're an English-speaking hostel dweller, you'll probably be glad to know about this place. They sell specialty products, vegan staples, Quorn products, preserves, treats, and more. Basically, if you've been on the road for a while and you're missing home, it's worth a trip. Also, you can exchange English books for credit toward titles you haven't read yet. There's a second location in the town of Sitges, just southwest of Barcelona.

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Rizoma

Carrer Grassot 72
Barcelona, Spain
626-393752
Mon-Sat 7:00pm-11:30pm

Opened by one of the creators of Dimension Vegana in January 2015, Rizoma is an international/western fusion kind of place - so expect everything from handcrafted pizza to spirulina ravioli.

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