Going for tapas and vermut and not falling in a tourist trap is rare in Barcelona, especially if you are here for the first time. The truth is that it’s going to be hard for you to eat bad bad stuff in such places, but you will end up paying a whole lot more than if you had headed to a more locally frequented place in the city.
Collonut was an absolute surprise for me, and again in a zone that is rather unknown for people that know little about the city. It is a typical Catalunyan vermut and tapas bar, but they have managed to give it a nice young touch.
It is located in La Sagrera zone, and is a corner with loads of tables outside (when actual restrictions allow it) and you can also seat comfortably inside. The counter is loaded with local sausages, and of course, lots of bottles of vermut and good craft beer.
The price of the Vermut made me wanna come back every week: 1.20 euro per serving and it tastes amazing. Also, the variety of tapas was huge and the service very efficient. An awesome place to get together with a group of friends and enjoy at its most.