You should thank Eat Street, organized by BCN MES, for fighting to legalize street food, absurdly outlawed in Spain save for a few items like churros and chestnuts. Eat Street irrupted onto the city's gastronomic scene this spring with a wildly popular first edition. October marked the first event on state-owned property, and they return once again to Plaça Glòries with a two-day holiday edition.
Lick your chops over familiar names like Caravan Made, Caravelle, Çukor, La República, Mosquito, plus many others. All prices are under €5, and while the portions don't exactly tend toward the generous, quality and creativity abound. Please Mercè, no rain!