This is Rabbit’s Bar, the new tapas place in Barcelona that you must visit

If you are looking for a tapas place in Barcelona, Rabbit's Bar is one of the best options thanks to its homage to the bar product and its cool atmosphere.

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Halfway between a traditional bar and a vintage place, Rabbit’s Bar is going to become one of the next hotspots in Barcelona in terms of tapas. It certainly has all the ingredients for it: a concept focused on the bar and informal portions, but with the best product; a place that breathes design and sophistication within that classic point of bar; and an unbeatable location. This is what this new tapas bar in Barcelona is like.

Rabbit’s Bar is the project of chef Jordi Cunill, also owner of Café de París, who in turn has been the architect of designing a gastronomic offer focused on that informal tapas that we like so much to enjoy both in its different bars and at the tables and stools that also populate the premises, and from which you can observe its open kitchen -and with uninterrupted hours from 1 pm to midnight- while they prepare traditional delicacies with their particular touch and breathe that bar atmosphere that gives us so much life.

Lifetime tapas with a Rabbit touch

Its menu is a tribute to the fresh product, and we can find tapas such as Russian salad, hand-cut ham, croquettes bomb, fried egg Encarna with her lace, the flower of zucchini, brie and sausage perol, the pepito, prawns with garlic or grilled razor clams. But also good stews such as spicy tripe or fricandó, or dishes like beef tenderloin or oxtail.

In short, this particular burrow in Barcelona will be the refuge of all those lovers of classic tapas in a renovated and cool atmosphere, thanks mainly to the interior design by the studio of Pilar Líbano.

Where? At calle Ganduxer, 16, 08021 Barcelona, Spain.