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Morro Fi



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Experience la hora del vermut for yourself at Morro Fi, a tiny, perennially-packed bar with space for about 15 people on the inside and just as many on the outdoor terrace. Get the house-made vermut or a couple of cañas (or small glasses of beer), and order all the snacks to go with them. Don’t miss the house classic: potato chips topped with pickled mussels, boquerones, olives, and spicy piparra chili peppers. Morro Fi has three other locations in Barcelona, all with lively crowds and an indie-industrial vibe.

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