Where to buy speciality coffee in Barcelona

One morning, like every morning, you wake up and prepare your coffee. But on that day, a tragic event occurs: you’ve run out of coffee! The last ground coffee beans recharge you with energy, and you jot down in your agenda “Buy coffee.” If you live in the city of Barcelona, pay attention to this list by neighborhoods of the best places to buy coffee in Barcelona:

Born/Fort Pienc

Three Marks Coffee. They are part of the second wave of coffee roasters in the city, and they are doing very well. You can find them near the Auditori and the National Theater, and very close to Els Encants.
Nomad Coffee. They sound familiar to us…
Funky Bakers. The Born location is the third Funky Bakers shop and the sweetest one. You can buy their coffee: they choose a different origin every month, and we roast it for them.
Chandal Store. Magazines, cameras, markers, bags, plates, coffee, and other carefully selected items are part of Chandal Store’s colorful offering.
El Magnífico. A living legend of coffee in Barcelona, El Magnífico is one of the oldest coffee roasters still surviving in the city.

El Gòtic

Right Side Coffee. The first specialty coffee roaster in the province of Barcelona finally opens the doors of its café in the city. Long live!

Ruma’s Coffee. The coffees from the Berlin-based roaster, The Barn, fill this small café with aromas just steps away from Plaça Reial.


Fargo. Overlooking the Sagrada Familia in case you need to fuel up on caffeine for an intense day of sightseeing in the city. What better souvenir than a package of coffee from the city you’ve visited?

BlackBird. Also near the Sagrada Familia, BlackBird occupies a tiny space where coffee takes center stage. Whether you have it there or take it away, coffee pleasure is guaranteed.

Citizen Cafe. If you run out of coffee, Citizen is so central that you’re sure to pass by at some point during the day to refuel.

Tostao x Casa Bonay. Hotel breakfasts had never sounded so promising until Casa Bonay arrived with its proposals to start your day off right. At TosTao, you’ll find local coffee and fine pastries with a Japanese twist.

Onia. It’s all about aromas at Onia: the ones wafting from the grinders, machines, and cups, and those from their beautiful shelf filled with organic soaps.

Roast Club. First from a tiny café and then from the spacious room of its current location, Roast Club has been a pioneer in specialty coffee when it wasn’t as popular. Today, they roast their own coffee, which is a delight.

Morrow Coffee. As you approach Plaça España, Morrow stands on a spacious and bright corner thanks to the large glass front of its facade. Admire the perfection of their spikes and try it at home with one of their coffees.

Brew Coffee. An ideal place to have a perfect cake and a carefully prepared coffee.


El Noa Noa. Coffee and reading go hand in hand, and El Noa Noa knows it: their love for books, magazines, and fanzines has extended beyond the café to occupy the neighboring space.

Pasarela. Grilled sandwiches and focaccias at Pasarela just wouldn’t be the same without a good coffee by their side.

Slow Mov. One of the most experienced advocates and roasters of specialty coffee in Barcelona, led by Carmen Callizo and François Justet.

The Rocks Kiosk. The kiosks of the future are already here. The smell of fresh ink mingles with the aromas of specialty coffee at street level in The Rocks Kiosk.

Candela canela. Candela canela’s star attraction is their cinnamon rolls in dozens of different flavors. With coffee from Harmony, roasters from the neighboring Montcada i Reixac.

Oma Coffee. They select the finest specialty coffees, brew you a cup, and even sell them to you. What more could you ask for?


Jacaranda. The homemade Peruvian empanadas at Jacaranda, as well as their own cakes and other sweets, fill all the tables in this small Horta establishment worth making a pilgrimage to.

El Raval

Pa de Kilo. It has everything: amazing focaccias, glorious loaves of bread, addictive sweets, and the possibility to buy NOMAD packs in their delishop. And surprise! They are setting up a bar so that you can soon enjoy a delicious coffee served by a barista.

Hey Shop. An art and design store created by the Hey graphic design studio. Among paintings, pens, and selected clothing, you can have a coffee and take home 250 grams of your favorite.

Öss Kaffe. In one of the busiest streets in El Raval, next to the MACBA square, Öss Kaffe is your go-to place for good coffee in the neighborhood.

Lodetto. A cyclist’s mood in this corner open to the El Raval neighborhood, where coffee energizes the legs of the pedaling crowd.

Departure Coffee. Coffee is never lacking in El Raval thanks to Departure Coffee, always ready to serve you a shot and recommend the best beans according to your preferred extraction method.

Dalston Coffee. A small gateway to the big world of coffee, with varied origins and their own roasting.

Sant Andreu

Fika coffee. ‘Fika’ takes its name from the Swedish coffee ritual: a sweet treat and a good cup of coffee make the perfect and most appreciated pause at any time of the day. Ask the panda for a coffee that will make you enjoy it like a bear in your own home.

Sant Antoni/Poble Sec

Yes Future. Specialty coffee is now purchased at the supermarket of the future. No plastic bags and in bulk!

Syra Coffee. The coffee giant has set foot in another neighborhood: you can now come by and buy their coffee in Poble Sec.

Sants/Les Corts

Pepe y Lepu. Whether it’s toast, French toast, or a sandwich, you can always make the perfect pairing with coffee at Pepe y Lepu. Choose your favorite and take it home.

Hidden Cafe. Savor the lynx’s coffee in two neighborhoods of the city, both in Les Corts and El Born.

NEØ Coffee House. A unique and zero waste proposal in Sants, both for breakfast and for fresh vegan meals.

Sarrià/Sant Gervasi

Bond Cafe. Tortilla, pastas, coffees, and even salads for lunch in this bright spot near Turó Park.

On y va. With three locations (Sarrià, Sant Gervasi, and Gràcia), On y va is both a café and a roastery. You can have breakfast and snack on a cake or a cookie and even buy filters and other tools for preparing coffee at home.

Lady Babka. A bakery where babka, the braided bread from Eastern European Jewish culture, takes the spotlight. It’s worth visiting their small shop where you can find everything from mugs to soaps and, of course, coffee.


Nomad Frutas Selectas. You may not know us yet, but we’ve been waiting for you since 2016! We used to roast coffee here, but today this place is an oasis for enjoying great breakfasts and delicious midday meals.

Miners Coffee. A treasure trove of good coffee, with half a dozen different options to take home and all the equipment you might need to savor it.

Abyss Coffee. Among Abyss’s extensive coffee offerings, you’re sure to find the one that suits your taste best. Come take a look at their roasting machine in action!

Familia Osorio. Roasters, lovers of good coffee, and champions of breakfast, that’s the Osorio family for you.

Casa Taos. A cozy café, with plenty of wood and warm light to spend your hours in comfort. As a memento of that moment, nothing beats a bag of coffee to enjoy at home.