Exploring Barcelona’s Chic Carrer Sèneca

Exploring Barcelona’s Chic Carrer Sèneca

Roig Robí, Barcelona, restaurant
Courtesy of Roig Robi
Courtesy of Roig Robi
Courtesy of Roig Robi
When exploring Barcelona’s chic Carrer Sèneca, one finds a treasure trove of colorful boutiques, chic ateliers, and haute tables.

Lydia Delgado: This crimson-walled shop stocks Delgado’s signature black and ivory separates and knits.

Roig Robğ: Barcelona’s sophisticated set comes for the classic Catalan fare, such as fluffy buñuelos de bacalao (cod fritters) and Iberian suckling pig, served on a garden terrace. Lunch for two $120.

Nobodinoz: A well-curated collection of products for tots—playful floral-print suitcases; custom furniture—are hand-picked by French émigrée Murielle Bressan.

Galerğa Miquel Alzueta: Set in a former basement car-repair shop, the loftlike gallery showcases cutting-edge international and Spanish artists such as local painter Miguel Macaya.

Cucharada: Flowy 1970’s vintage caftans and cocktail dresses share the racks with Cucharada’s own line of handmade leather bags and accessories.

Ox Mobiliari: Two spacious floors house Midcentury Modern furniture and lighting, plus glass objets d’art. Look for curvaceous wooden chairs by Danish designer Hans Wegner.

Palau Antiguitats: Known for his discerning eye, art and antiques dealer Albert Martğ Palau just opened a gallery of rare prints by Spain’s modern and old masters, including Francisco de Goya.

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