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Passatge de Pere Calders, 6, Barcelona
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The Sant Antoni district is the hottest neighborhood in Barcelona these days, and Benzina’s lively terrace is perhaps the center of the whole scene. The Catalan capital is more diverse and cosmopolitan than ever, and it really shows in newer restaurants like this one—with its British owner, Italian chef, playlist from the 70s and 80s, and the distinctly New York feel. The restaurant, which opened in 2018, serves unexpected takes on traditional Italian dishes (like eggplant parmigiana with parmesan ice cream or Sferamisu, a deconstructed spherical take on tiramisu), strong cocktails, and an excellent selection of Italian wine.

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