Friday 17th, Saturday 18th and Sunday 19th of June •Plaça Pla de Palau (Born)

As every year, the Born Street Food will not miss the great classics of the festival, such as the incredible fresh fish rice dishes from the Llotja de la Barceloneta by 1881 per Sagardi, the creative tapas and product by Dani Rueda from Tapeo, the legendary Mexican tacos by Joan Bagur chef from Oaxaca Cuina Mexicana, said to be the best in the city, the selection of cheeses by Eva Vila from La Teca de Vila Viniteca, the pulled pork by Oriol Rovira from PORK… boig per tu cooked by hours at the same square, or the classic Basque old cow grill by the Viñaspre brothers from Sagardi Cocineros Vascos, among many others.

You can’t miss the fresh fish just brought in from the boats of the Barcelona Fishermen’s Guild or the proposals of the legendary 7 Portes. The new Japanese cuisine restaurant Ikoya Izakaya, headed by Hideki Matsuhisa chef, will be making its debut.

A huge gastronomic festival

Grills, casseroles, fresh products and plenty of show cooking are featured in this huge gastronomic celebration of the Born. At BORN Street Food, you can sample some of the best dishes from the chefs in the Born prepared on the spot using premium-quality, seasonal ingredients.

Live cooking!

A must for those who want to enjoy a festive and, of course, gourmet city once again. Born Street Food will be held on Friday and Saturday from 12 noon to midnight and on Sunday until 10 pm.

And, as always, the showcookings will be accompanied by music throughout the day by different local DJs. You can’t miss out on Barcelona’s most gastronomic plan.

Admission should not be reserved in advance.
You can access the festival on Friday and Saturday from noon to midnight, and on Sundays from noon to 10pm.

Admission is free, but a minimum consumption of 3 tickets will be required.