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BODEGA BONAVISTA. Bonavista 10.
The perfect place to enjoy a vermut. Quality is key at this bodega where you can find a wide variety of wines alongside meats, cheeses and beer. Lesser-known wines take centre stage, and there is a roughly equal split between local Catalan wines and offerings from further afield. Time is taken to test and research each bottle, and expert advice is on hand in English or Spanish to ensure you get the right one for the occasion.
ROCK 01 COOL BABY. Bonavista 16.
Created to fill a gap in the market, Coni Diaz opened this alternative children’s clothing store in 2007 for her daughter Valentina, who she says gave her the inspiration to create a retail space like no other in the city. Unique for its focus on modern rock-themed clothing and accessories for little ones—think Nirvana babygrows and Doc Martens—the focus is on small brands, and there are some seriously cool pieces to choose from.
BOO. Bonavista 2.
A sleek black and gold exterior and an eccentricly decorated interior characterise this sophisticated clothing boutique, which features a well-curated selection of contemporary classics and heritage labels. A personal project of owner Alex, careful research goes into selecting the brands and garments on offer, with both clothing and accessories available from designers such as Petit Bateau and Cheap Monday. Look out for the quirky deer-themed decorations which adorn the shelves.
BICITECLA. Bonavista 20.
With the bicycle becoming an increasingly popular way to get around the city, this bike retailer and repair store is proud to offer quality products and services to the biking community of Barcelona. With 10 years of experience, Mario and Xavi know their stuff when it comes to the bicycle, and are on hand to offer expert advice.
PODAME. Bonavista 25.
Aiming to break the mould of the conventional hairdressers, this stylish salon and barber opened in 2010 out of a desire to provide a ‘fresh and informal service’, incorporating elements of creativity and personality into the hairstyling experience. With a friendly atmosphere and well-designed, welcoming interior—think blue tiling on the walls, exposed grass-style accents and sleek wood surfaces—the team sets the bar high, working with the client to ensure a shared vision and a final result nothing short of excellence.
MADAME PUM PUM. Bonavista 16.
Browse the quirky and stylish selection of clothing and accessories at this boutique, and wander all the way through the shop to the small terrace garden at the back. Owner Irene has worked with the space, which was formerly a house, maintaining a homely feel to this light and airy fashion haven. Primarily featuring European brands, accompanied by locally-made jewellery, there’s also plenty of denim at Madame Pum Pum, with an extensive range from Dr Denim.
BAR BUT. Bonavista 8.
This all-day bar and eatery opened earlier this year, aiming to provide a relaxed atmosphere to suit all needs. Perfect for coworking, grabbing a coffee and croissant for breakfast, or a meal with friends, there are also morning smoothie options for the health conscious and a daily set menu from Monday to Friday. Owner Oriol Fàbregas renovated and designed the space himself, which features well-lit spaces and a wall dedicated to art, changing every few months.