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Hoping to get some help with our itinerary for Barcelona in October. Struggling a bit as we are with a 4 year old this time. He loves to eat, but places like Disfrugar / Enigma either don't allow children or seem like it would take a few hours to sit through. So we are looking for places that are more casual, but still with fantastic food. We're staying near Eixample but don't mind traveling for food.
Here's what's on our list so far after going through these boards:
Estimar (looks amazing, and not that casual..but hoping it might still be doable with a child?)
El Quim de La Boqueria / Pinotxo Bar
Els Tres Porquets
Martinez (seems a bit too touristy for my liking, anywhere else if looking for seafood with a view?)
Tickets (loved it from a previous trip, and think it could work with a child, though it kind of felt as a one time experience kind of place and not sure if it's worth repeating?)
Since we're also traveling with our elderly parents this time, we need to plan ahead to make traveling easier for them. Any comments / thoughts would be much appreciated! :)
3 Carrer de Sant Antoni dels Sombrerers
91 La Rambla
17 Carrer de la Unió
165 Rambla del Poblenou
38 Ctra. de Miramar
164 Avinguda del Paral·lel
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