An iconic venue turned into liquid architecture by Gaudí.
Enjoy it having a coffee, savoring Mediterranean gastronomy and celebrating important occasions.
Café de la Pedrera is located on the mezzanine floor of the most emblematic building on Passeig de Gràcia – the most aristocratic street in Barcelona-; surrounded by the best theatres, cinemas, shops and restaurants, Gaudí designed La Pedrera. Like other wealthy bourgeois who chose this area for their exclusive homes, its construction was commissioned by the wealthy couple Pere Milà and Roser Segimon. Since its inception, in 1912, the place was dedicated to gastronomy, since it was where the restaurant of the Pensión Hispano Americana was located. The light and airy mezzanine didn’t look much different than it did today. Later, in 1929, it became the Mosella tailor shop, one of the most exclusive shops in Barcelona that dressed the highest class in the city. In 2012, one hundred years after it opened its doors, we inaugurated Cafè de la Pedrera. At that moment, we understood that we would be part of the history of Barcelona and that we had to offer a proposal that honored that heritage.
In 1929 it became the Mosella tailor shop, one of the most exclusive shops in Barcelona that dressed the highest class in the city.
And in 2012, one hundred years after it opened, we inaugurated the Cafè de la Pedrera. At that moment, we understood that we would be part of the history of Barcelona and that we offered would have to honor that heritage.
The Mediterranean Sea on the facade, on the ceilings and in our Menu. Sala Jujol, diaphanous, can be devided in two environments: the first one, to enjoy a coffee while reading the newspaper relaxed, and the second one more oriented to lunches and dinners. Both, together, can offer the ideal setting for family celebrations or corporate events of any kind. Culture and Art find here the perfect environment to flourish and turn any event into a special occasion.
With the arrival of good weather, it is more appealing than ever to enjoy the streets of Barcelona turning into a unique parade of cultures.
In front of La Pedrera façade, we have a nice terrace where you can enjoy a drink while you observe the cosmopolitan way of life that is cultivated here and can be felt wherever you look.