// SPAIN // BARCELONA // GÓTICO, EIXAMPLE // 

satan's coffee co

coffee good enough to please the devil 

If the name isn’t hint enough, Satan’s Coffee is an edgy and hip local coffee roaster in Barcelona that celebrates counter culture in a rebellious yet beautifully designed way. The atmosphere is at the same time artful and unapologetic, punk yet professional. It brings together the coolest parts of the local scene with a dash of Japanese inspiration from the Japanese co-founder.

 

The cafe exudes cool, all the way down to the typography. They serve up loud music and no decaf. The menu invites you in to “Come Drink, Eat and Flirt.” From specialty brews with local roasts to an in-house pastry chef to Instagram envy (that playfully integrates Spanish, English and Catalan throughout the comments), this is where undoubtedly where the cool kids hang and who doesn’t like coffee with a little attitude?

the details

AddressGÓTICO: Carrer de l’Arc de Sant Ramon del Call, 11, 08002 Barcelona
EIXAMPLE: Gran Via de les Corts Catalanes, 700, 08010 Barcelona
Websitehttps://www.satanscoffee.com/
Instagram@satanscoffeeco
Hours08:00-00:00 Eixample location
Price$$ – most drinks are 3-4€
Aestheticcool kid vibes, like it was the brainchild of a group of friends from design school

good to know

Go here for: good coffee and good vibes

Order this: a cortado and a japanese breakfast

Amount of time to spend: good for a short coffee break or a casual meal

When to come: the real question is when to leave, because you might not ever want to 

Getting here: both locations are pretty accessible by metro. The Casa Bonay location is just a block away from Tetuan station (L2), and the Gothic Quarter location is a short walk from Liceu (L3) and Jaume I (L4).

Other things to note: 

  • The Eixample location is in the lobby of Casa Bonay, a super cute boutique hotel that is worth hanging out in, even if you’re not staying there.
  • The Gótico location has a full food menu (and local craft beer), while the Eixample spot just has snacks and drinks.

Last visited: May 2019

Last updated: July 2020

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