After strolling the streets of Barcelona in search of Churches, street markets, shops and everything in-between, I found myself at a crossroads. I walked into Bar Lobo ready to pass out of exhaustion only to find every single table occupied and a few people waiting ahead of me. Now this establishment was not listed in my Fodor’s Travel Essential Spain book (that I was absolutely walking around with), so I was extremely curious. The decor was cool, light and airy.
I didn’t have to wait too long before a quaint table opened up and I finally met the nicest South American waiter (this part is key). After placing an order for Aperol Spritz, assorted cheese, guacamole (because Texas) and what I think was chicken pomodori (so good but so spicy)!
I don’t know what I loved more to be honest… the food or our waiter because I definitely went back again a few days later. La Rambla is a cute area for shopping so if you’re in Barcelona, you will definitely find your way here at some point or another. My second visit was earlier in the day so I had sangria, guacamole (he brought me hot sauce because he remembered me and Tabasco goes on basically everything… even Beyoncé sang, “I got hot sauce in my bag”), quesadillas and creme brûlée that you won’t want to share! I also had another Aperol Spritz but this is a judgement free zone.