Have you been here? Share a tip or a photo with fellow travelers.
Describe what it's like and why travelers should come here. You can also add a photo.
The man behind this humble sliver of a restaurant is none other than Albert Adrià, who, with his brother, Ferran, introduced molecular gastronomy to the world at El Bulli. That famed three-Michelin-star spot shuttered in 2011, but the chef now operates five eateries—all within blocks of one another—in the neighborhood of Sant Antoni. Bodega 1900 pays homage to the quintessential Spanish tradition of vermouth and tapas. But given that Adrià is at the helm, expect the highest-quality ingredients and an atypical approach. (Case in point, the olives here are actually made of gelled olive juice fashioned to resemble solid green olives.) There’s also an excellent selection of Iberian ham and local cheeses. Reservations are essential.