Eclectic tapas abound at the Southern Highlands eatery. On the tapas cold front, there's a chilled gazpacho ($4), marinated olives ($5), or tuna tartare ($9). Toastier small plates include veggie empanadas with mushrooms, carrots, spinach, and garlic cream cheese ($5); ravioli bathing in a savory cream sauce ($5.50); and fried goat-cheese nuggets ($6.50). Meat-focused dishes such as chicken cakes (topped with multi-colored onions, peppers, cilantro, black beans, and corn salsa, $6) and seafood plates, including grilled octopus and steamed mussels ($9.50 each), mind the gap between main dish and dessert. Barcelona also serves a variety of entrees ($15–$20) such as grilled salmon and Spanish paella. Desserts ($4–$9.50) such as chocolate tres leches à la mode sweeten sips of festive mojitos and sangria.