Since the former brewery Moritz was renovated by architect Jean Nouvel in 2012, the building became a remarkable gastronomic space in Barcelona, not only for its location but also for keeping a small brewery and having several gastronomic spaces. We can test the collection of unpasteurized Moritz beers or enter the Bar À Vins next to the brewery space, in which, with permission of the beer, the wine is protagonist with some 400 choices, accompanied by snacks and special tapas.
A combination of Alsatian, Catalan and Spanish cuisine
For dining options, the restaurant, located inside, retains an informal atmosphere and offers a cuisine full of dishes and tapas that combines the Alsatian, the Catalan and Spanish food. All this by chef Jordi with one Michelin star, which incorporates a variety of dishes as the Alsatian roesti: Grated potato, bacon and cheese Munster, or chucrut garnie: sausages, pork knuckle and pork chops on a bed of artisan sauerkraut.
A concept store
But the factory is more, it houses a full M Store (a "concept store" with Triticum bread oven, kiosk, sale of fresh unpasteurized beer and design objects) and has spaces where cultural events and other activities are held daily.
Fàbrica Moritz Schedule
Open every day.
Sunday to Thursday from 12:00 a.m. to 1:00 a.m.
Friday and Saturday from 12:00 to 2:00 a.m-
Where is it?
How to get there
Metro: L1, L2 Universitat
Bus: 52, 55, 59, 120, D50, H12, H16, N6