Bauma

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Bauma Bauma in Barcelona’s L'Eixample is a casual bar/restaurant with cheap eats & chill vibes. Start the day or while away an afternoon in Barcelona with Party Earth. Barcelona Spain 41.397721 2.162912
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Bauma - Bar | Café in Barcelona.
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Party Earth Review Bauma definitely benefits from its central location off the busy Avinguda Diagonal, and though it’s definitely not a place to go in search of a raging party, this old-style café and bar makes for a cozy spot to spend a... ... read full review

  • Metro:

    3, 5: Diagonal; 4, 5: Verdaguer

  • Phone:

    93 207 54 31

  • Hours:

    M–Sa 8am–2am, Su 10am–midnight

  • Recommended as:

    • Day Spot

Party Earth Bauma Review

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Bauma in Barcelona’s L'Eixample is a casual bar/restaurant with cheap eats & chill vibes. Start the day or while away an afternoon in Barcelona with Party Earth.

Bauma definitely benefits from its central location off the busy Avinguda Diagonal, and though it’s definitely not a place to go in search of a raging party, this old-style café and bar makes for a cozy spot to spend a few hours while exploring L'Eixample.

The sidewalk patio fills up fast on warm days, with older locals sipping strong coffee over their newspapers and tweed-coated professorial types scribbling notes between bites of a buttery croissant, while groggy tourists stare down ever-busy Diagonal with guidebooks in hand.

Inside, the long and narrow space has a vintage living room feel, with maroon leather booths and stools, faded oil paintings, and creaky fans spinning slowly from the ceiling, all of which help make the frenetic city pace feel far away.

Sandwiches and tapas dominate the menu like at most other casual cafés in town, all at average prices that make eating here easier on the wallet than the neighborhood’s preponderance of tourist traps.

Area shoppers and wayward wanderers alike fill the place up for lunch, while mellow packs of pre-gamers on weekends stop in for a little nosh before venturing off to rowdier prospects.

As a place for peaceful morning coffees or a relaxed afternoon snack amid Barcelona’s bustle, Bauma leave visitors refreshed and ready to take on the day – and night.

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Tip from Emma:

Bauma offers different drink and snack deals throughout the week. Check out the chalkboards for everything from specials on beer with fries to whole bottles of wine.

  • Crowd

    Tourists of every ilk exploring the neighborhood, shoppers making their way down Diagonal, older locals reading the paper, late 20s+.

  • Entertainment / Music

    N/A.

  • Food / Miscellaneous

    Standard café fare including tapas, sandwiches, and traditional breakfast items.

  • Prices

    Appetizers and tapas €3–€5, sandwiches €3–€8. Beer €2.50+, wine €2.50–€4/glass or €8–€20/bottle, cocktails €6–€9+. Coffee and juice €1.50–€3.50.

  • What to Wear / Dress Code

    Casual: jeans, t-shirt, loafers, jackets, sweats, dresses made for walking, nothing on the fancy side.

  • Hot Nights / When to Go

    Early in the morning to grab a coffee and croissant and get a jump on all there is to do in Barcelona, or any sunny afternoon to rest the feet on the patio and watch the world go by.

  • Close By

    Bar Mut (Carrer de Pau Claris, 192) is a popular tapas joint with a big menu of eats. Mut’s drinks trend on the pricey side, so many patrons will tank up at Bauma or another area joint before heading over.

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