Poblenou is one of the most charming quarters in Barcelona. Long ago it was the industrial quarter of the city. Now, its factories have slowly changed into modern libraries, offices, lofts, co-working places and so on, and new residencial buildings have raised to bring more life to this place. This area tends to be quiet, without many cars, and open to the sea thanks to the new Parc de Mar and its main street: Rambla del Poblenou. A great place here to chill out, relax, have a drink or even lunch or dinner is Caffè Blu.

Caffè Blu (Rambla del Poblenou 11)

Located in the crossing between streets Taulat and Rambla del Poblenou, Caffè Blu is an usual meeting point for locals in Poblenou. A place that has also a big terrace that is not placed in the middle of Rambla del Poblenou but on it’s side, giving the place a good and quiet perspective of the main street in Poblenou.

Caffé Blu, Poblenou, Barcelona

From tapas to italian cuisine

Caffè Blu has an italian manager, so for this reason it has a delicious variety of italian food, from lasagna to various kinds of pasta and, of course, delicious pizzas.

But not only you will find here italian food, because they also make some unique tapas, like it’s special potatoes with homemade sauce. Of course, you can also order one of the most famous catalan tapa, pà amb tomàquet (bread with tomatoes and olive oil).

Coffe, tea, gin-tonics, beers…

Just want to met with a friend for a talk or quietly read a book? Their coffes and teas fit these moments. Want to get some party? Order one of the varieties of gin-tonic they prepare. A beer after work? Also! Some wine? Of course! You are a digital nomad and want to work in a quite place with good wifi? You’re welcome!

In Caffè Blu you can come whatever it is your mood or plan. There is always something to fit your needs.

How to get there

Get the L4 metro line and get out at Poblenou. Once in the street, walk right along Pujades street until Rambla del Poblenou, where you will have to turn left and walk along Rambla until the crossing of Taulat street, after the last rounded square. You’ll see Caffè Blu on the right side.