C. del Consell de Cent, 171, 08015 Barcelona, Spain
4 months ago
This is another, more modern favorite for conservas and vermouth. There are a few locations, none of which are short on quality or atmosphere.
8 months ago
Barcelona’s obsession with vermouth is proof that trends move in circles. What was first popular around 1900 has reemerged in the past decade as the city’s most popular aperitivo once more. Bittersweet and served on ice with a garnish of olive and orange, vermut negre will pleasantly surprise you, and Morro Fi is the perfect place to give it a try. The petite vermouth bar serves small bites like cured and pickled anchovies, hard cheeses, marinated mussels, and thick-cut, house-made potato chips (best when doused in red “aperitivo sauce”). [$]