photo credit: Eva Timoner
Mercat des Peix
This fresh fish market has a string of laid-back, all-day pintxo bars where you can cram around beer-barrel tables or find a spot on the sunny terrace to feast on tasty, tiny bites for just a few euros. It’s loud, bustling, and slightly chaotic—which is exactly what makes it great, especially around lunchtime, when the atmosphere is buzziest. Order a vermouth or a Menorcan wine from a bar counter like Es Vinet or Cas Torrat, along with a few pintxos from the Merca Apas or La Faim food counters, such as tortilla with peppers, prawns with jamón, or grilled octopus.