Carrer de Joaquín Costa is a street in the city centre of Barcelona (Catalonia, Spain). It belongs to the neighbourhood of Raval, beginning at Plaça de Goya by Ronda de Sant Antoni and finally converging into Carrer del Carme. The area surrounding it is a well-known nightlife district, and many bars. From working class beginnings, the street has been in a continuous state of gentrification during the 2000s (decade) and has become more mainstream attention in recent years, as well as a residential area home to many Filipino and Pakistani immigrants. Teatre Goya and the Aragonese Cultural Centre are on the northern end of Joaquín Costa.