Best Food to Try After Smoking in Barcelona

You’ve just visited your first Barcelona cannabis club. You’re high as a kite, you’re not sure what’s going on and you’re giggling to yourself. One thing is clear though. You have the munchies. But what are the best foods to try after smoking in Barcelona? No one wants to go to stuffy, busy, overly formal places while they are high, so here we have picked out some of the coolest and most relaxed eateries in BCN. If you’re in a cannabis club in the central Ciutat Vella area of the city, then all of these places should be easy to locate. We’ve separated them by cuisine but many of the establishments also serve alcohol and other foods.

On this page we recommend trying some of the coolest eateries:

Pizza: La Mezcla
Ramen: Grasshopper
Pinxtos: Dpicos Pardos
Hot Dogs: The Box
Falafel: Maoz
Burgers: Bacao Burger
Tacos: Taco Alto Born
Vegetarian: Ale & Hop

Pizza: La Mezcla

Plaça de Sant Pere, 10, 08003 Barcelona, Spain
http://www.lamezclabarcelona.com

Barcelona is great for grabbing food on the go. If you’ve just left a cannabis club in El Born then the chances are you are in close proximity to a pizza slice shop. They can be found on nearly every street and they are great snacks for stoners with serious hunger. Our personal recommendation would be La Mezcla. This great little place is just near Parròquia de Sant Pere and serves tasty pizza until midnight most days. If you’re leaving BCN 13 cannabis club (formerly Dragon Cannabis Club) then it’s only a few metres away. They have a range of tasty meat pizzas to take away and cater for vegetarians. The menu will vary but they usually have something for everyone. If the pizzas at La Mezcla don’t take your fancy, then there plenty of other pizza shops within a few hundred metres of here. The great thing about being a pizza-loving stoner in Barcelona is you can just wander aimlessly around El Born and you will find a pizza slice shop within a few minutes.

Ramen: Grasshopper

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Grasshopper, Plaça de la Llana 9, Barcelona, Spain
http://www.mosquitotapas.com

There are some big name Asian restaurants in Barcelona but many of them can be very large and busy. If you’re exiting a Barcelona wee coffeeshop looking for something to eat then busy environments are not an ideal choice. Grasshopper in El Born is run by the Mosquito crew who have several low-key restaurants in BCN (check their website for information on other cuisines). The atmosphere in Grasshopper is distinctly Asian and you could be eating Ramen in Kyoto if you didn’t know any better. The restaurant is quite small and even when it’s busy never feels too claustrophobic because it can’t hold that many people. They have a range of craft beers and everything feels distinctly independent. You might find it hard to get a table around peak times so this is an ideal spot for a mid-morning or mid-afternoon munchies session. 

Pinxtos: Dpicos Pardos

Carrer de Blesa, 36, 08004 Barcelona, Spain
facebook.com/D-Picos-Pardos-278100422354437

If you are visiting Catalonia and you haven’t tried pinxtos (pronounced ‘pinchos’) then you’re missing out on one of the great cultural cuisines of the area. It’s essentially just tapas, but in northern spain it’s more common to have the side-snacks on sticks or slices of bread. In southern Spain tapas is typically stand-alone dishes. If you’ve just left a Barcelona cannabis café then they are great places to eat because you can try lots of different flavours. We’d recommend Dpicos Pardos in the Career de Blei area of town. It’s a little out of the way, but all the best pinxto bars are in this area of town. Most only charge one euro for each item, so it can work out very cheap to eat well. Dpicos Pardos feels distinctly Catalonian and is obviously very popular with the locals. The atmosphere is warm and friendly, although knowing a bit of basic Spanish or Catalan will help ingratiate yourself with the friendly locals.

Hot Dogs: The Box

Carrer d’en Gignàs, 30, 08002 Barcelona, Spain
facebook.com/theboxbar

The Box is a Latin-themed rum bar and has made quite a name for itself in Barcelona. The tiny bar has a wall of homemade rum (and vodka) jars with every flavour of rum imaginable. They also do some kick-ass hot-dogs and are open till 2am so it’s a great place to get a snack after leaving a Barcelona weed café. It’s got a lively but welcoming atmosphere, so it’s a good little bar to visit if you are super high. It’s another tasty eatery that’s close to a number of cannabis clubs. Something tells me the staff are used to serving cocktails to stoners with a serious case of the munchies. They are usually showing cartoons so even if you can’t communicate effectively you can still grab hot-dog and be entertained by the visuals.

Falafel: Maoz

Carrer de Ferran, 13, Barcelona, Spain
Falafal Pitta & Salad Boxes
maozusa.com

Maoz is a falafel and salad-box restaurant in a side street off La Ramblas in Barcelona. It’s great for grabbing a snack on the go, so if you are walking between cannabis clubs then it’s certainly worth stopping here. It’s technically an international chain, although this is the only outlet in Spain. You can be sure that the food standards here are excellent and the food is really tasty so worth checking out if you love middle-eastern inspired food. There are many great falafel places in BCN but what sets this one apart from the rest is the quality and speed of service. If you are so stoned that you just cannot wait for your food and you want to eat on the go, this is the place for you.

Burgers: Bacao Burger

Av. del Marquès de l’Argentera, 1, 08003 Barcelona, Spain
bacoaburger.com

The ultimate in stoner food has got to be the burger. Reliable, messy and filling. If you’ve just left a Barcelona cannabis club and demand fulfilment fast then this is the option for you. This once independent Barcelona restaurant now has outlets all over the city and the one we’ve picked out is located just near Parc de la Ciutadella. Instead of going to the big name fast-food companies check out this smaller chain for their reliable food and friendly atmosphere. Bacao burger is a little more in price but the quality and quantity of food is unsurpassable. You can get burger and fries for under 10 euros which is great by most burger restaurant standards. Their restaurants are a little bigger than many of the others on our lists so if you don’t mind being a slightly busier environment then this is a good shout. Blaze up a huge spliff at one BCN’s cannabis coffeeshops and then head here for some serious hunger fulfilment.

Tacos: Taco Alto Born

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Carrer del Portal Nou, 62, 08003 Barcelona, Spain
tacoalto.es

Nestled at the edge of the winding El Born district, this is a great spot to visit after chilling in any of the cannabis clubs near Parc de la Ciutedella. It’s often filled with young students and you can see why as it’s very affordable. You can get a range of tasty tacos flavours for under ten euros and come out feeling very well fed. Although if you only have a few euros then you might find the pizza slice restaurants close by to be a better option. The spicy table sauces at Tacos Alto Born are scrumptious. If you like your food spicy then you’ll find this place to be heaven. It has a relatively small seating area so can fill up quickly, but it is located very close to Ciutadella and there’s plenty of areas to sit in the streets outside if you can’t get a table.

Vegetarian: Ale & Hop

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Basses de Sant Pere 10a
www.aleandhop.com

Ale & Hop is another eatery nestled in the winding streets of El Born close to many cannabis clubs in Barcelona city. It is technically a craft beer bar, but this independent venue has made a name for itself with their high-quality vegetarian food. They have an eco-friendly attitude towards the supply-chain. Much of their food comes from their ecological farm and the flour that makes their home-baked burger buns is also ethically sourced. As with most decent vegetarian restaurants they also offer many vegan options. Check out their vegetarian burger for a taste extravaganza that will satisfy even the pickiest vegan stoner.

Barcelona is well known for it’s gastronomy scene along with its huge number of cannabis clubs. Thanks to the beautiful weather, it’s an ideal place for a stoner vacation at any time of year. Hit up one of the many underground BCN weed cafés, get super-stoned on high-quality cannabis strains and then fill up on some of the world’s best cuisine. It’s a pothead’s paradise.

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