I've read this board fairly thoroughly, and have a sense of what I'd like to accomplish during four days/nights in Barcelona this October. I would be grateful for any help fine-tuning the itinerary. I speak Spanish.
On the first night, a Wednesday, I have reservations at Tickets. A little early (7:30), but I figure I shouldn't pass it up!
Thursday: Seeing a concert in the evening, so planning on doing tapas in the Born area. Is there a more rustic spot that we could hit for lunch, perhaps somewhere a little out of the way (but not out of town?)
Friday: I would like a more formal sit-down meal of modern catalan cuisine. I had my eye on L'Olive. Any thoughts on alternatives, particularly less touristy ones? Good atmopshere is always a strong draw for us. Fonda Gaig seems a bit too expensive.
Saturday: Looking for a good suggestion in Barceloneta for seafood/fideo for lunch. Was eyeing Can Mayo or Casa Delfin.