Friday 1st, Saturday 2nd and Sunday 3rd of October •Plaça Pla de Palau (Born)

The foodie festival of the gastronomic district of Barcelona is back, the best cuisine in Born is back at street level.

After two years of obligatory stop, Born Street Food comes back, the foodie festival par excellence in Barcelona. It returns with more desire (and appetite) than ever.

Three days to enjoy seasonal products, cooked at street level by the chefs of Barcelona Born Gourmet. And to rediscover a great open-air gastronomic festival with that cheerful Barcelona we have missed so much.

A must stop for those who want to enjoy a festive, gourmet city again and, of course, with all the security measures.

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!

Just like every year, there will be authentic Born Street Food classics, like the slow-roasted Cal Rovira pork from PORK… Boig Per Tu, Joan Bagur’s award-winning Mexican tacos from Oaxaca Cuina Mexicana.

But there will also be novelties in this edition: the rice dishes cooked on orange wood from Restaurante Cadaqués, unique in Barcelona, as well as the brand new premiere of El Foro and Bronzo, two essentials in the neighborhood that also dare to bring their kitchens and dishes to the street during these days.

Ultimately, a gastronomic festival open to the public that has adapted to all the necessary measures to be able to celebrate it safely, and without having to give up on its happy and hedonistic spirit. And, as always, the showcookings will be accompanied by music throughout the day by Fred from Guzzo Club, the true musical soul of the neighborhood.

Join us!

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.