Carrer de l'Or, 6 Barcelona
Wild Lulita is a vegan and gluten free cake shop, organic shop, and creative concept store that promotes a healthy, delicious, and sustainable lifestyle. Founder, Lucy Cheyney, uses natural and healthy ingredients to create a variety of cakes, brownies, and muffins — everything from chocolate and cardamom sponge cake to sticky fudge brownies. The vegan bakery also has freshly made, cold pressed juices, smoothies, and shakes all named after goddesses like Lakshmi, Aphrodite, and Athena. Customers also can try out the acai bowl with granola or the vegan ice-creams in seasonal flavors that can be served with granola and fresh fruit.
Tuesday-Saturday 11:00-19:00 Sunday 11:00-15:00
Old Boy Barbershop Old Boy caters to men seeking an effortless hairstyle that inspires confidence. Hairstyles for men have great variety and Old Boy stylists work to choose the right haircut to reflect the client’s lifestyle and character. Customers at the shop can relax on a comfy leather sofa, play video games, watch television, or simply enjoy a cafe con leche. The barbers are especially patient with children. Traditional barbershop services include beard trim, shave, hair coloring, eyebrows and mustache maintenance, and children’s haircuts. Appointments may be booked online or via phone. With 289 locations worldwide, Old Boy services can travel without even outside of Barcelona. About Meagan BellovinMeagan arrived in Barcelona in 2019, having left behind a full life of family, friends, and career in Austin, Texas. Originally educated as a journalist, Meagan taught children in her local public school system for nearly ten years before moving to Barcelona with her husband and dog. Since her arrival, she has embraced local living, taking Spanish classes, making new friends, and rediscovering her journalism past by writing for The Barcelona Edit.View all posts by Meagan Bellovin
A Bulk Food Store with Options Founded in 1940, Casa Perris is a well established bulk sale retailer of rice, grains, legumes, nuts, and dried fruits. You can also find many types of flour, cereals, chocolates, honey, tea, and food supplements. Their huge shop in the heart of El Born offers up products in both pre-packaged and bulk options displayed in burlap sacks and bins. Online, Casa Perris provides a small list of relevant recipes, such as vegan curry with garbanzos, English muffins, and gluten-free bread, with ingredients easily available at their shop. For those customers who want to read up more on issues such as alternatives to wheat or how to use garbanzo flour, the shop’s online blog covers a variety of such interesting topics. About NicholeView all posts by Nichole | Website
Master Mosaics Mosaiccos offers classes on making mosaics in the style of Antonio Gaudí. They teach all of the necessary skills to master the “El Trencadis” technique, which was developed by Antoni Gaudí and Josep María Jujol, and familiarize students with other mosaic techniques. About NicholeView all posts by Nichole | Website
Te Quiero Cocinar Cooking School Te Quiero Cocinar Cooking School was born when chef and owner Roselyn Costantino discovered her love for the gastronomy of her homeland and wanted to share it with the world. It became obvious to Costantino that launching a recreational cooking school provided her with the best platform to offer unique, fun, memorable and cultural experiences to travelers visiting or living in Barcelona. Her mission is to provide cultural and gastronomic experiences to everyone who participates in her traditional Spanish and tapas cooking classes. Te Quiero Cocinar is best known for traditional Spanish cuisines especially paellas and desserts. About Meagan BellovinMeagan arrived in Barcelona in 2019, having left behind a full life of family, friends, and career in Austin, Texas. Originally educated as a journalist, Meagan taught children in her local public school system for nearly ten years before moving to Barcelona with her husband and dog. Since her arrival, she has embraced local living, taking Spanish classes, making new friends, and rediscovering her journalism past by writing for The Barcelona Edit.View all posts by Meagan Bellovin