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Sartoria Panatieri has two locations, one in Gràcia and the other in Eixample, but we prefer the more central Eixample outpost, set in a converted industrial space with a leafy patio. Their pizza dough is made with hand-milled flour, and covered in a mix of organic, seasonal, and mostly local ingredients, before getting baked in a wood-fired oven. But the main reason to come here is the homemade selection of artisanal cheese and charcuteries, the latter of which uses Gascón pork from a nearby farm. You might think a sausage is a sausage, no matter how fancy the pig, but the meats here will really have you debating trying to smuggle a few links back home in your luggage.

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