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Carhartt WIP in Barcelona

The history of fashion brand Carhartt Work In Progress (Carhartt WIP) dates back to the early ’90s, when founder Edwin Faeh gave the starting signal for the exclusive distribution of the brand in Europe, which to that date was only available in North America. A new flagship store located at a wide and wonderful place […]

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El Pla, a gastronomic secret

El Pla restaurant opened its doors almost two decades ago, in 1998. Over the years it has earned a significantly respectful position at a culinary and at a business level and is regarded as one of the best restaurants in Barcelona. Hidden in the mysterious and emblematic Gothic Quarter, its soft lighting invites to come […]

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Joël’s Oyster Bar, a small place for hedonism

There are no half measures with oysters: you’re either crazy about them or you hate them. If you belong to the first group, continue reading. The popular Mercat de la Boquería just opened the Joël’s Oyster Bar, a small place of hedonistic pilgrimage to pamper your palate and your spirit with the best French oysters and […]

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Syra Coffe, good coffee in Gracia

If you live in Gracia, you’ll probably know Syra Coffee, a benchmark in the area as far as coffee goes. If you don’t know it yet and are a fan of specialty coffee, go on reading, our friend, because this is a great hotspot. Syra Coffe one of the best sites in Barcelona to enjoy specialty coffee […]

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Chicken Shop & Dirty Burger

We have all come to terms with the imminent opening of Soho House in Barcelona. What not everyone knows about his private club, which at first was devoted to film, fashion, art and mass media, is that is has just opened a restaurant a few meters away from the future hotel. Chicken Shop & Dirty […]

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Le Cucine Mandarosso

Barcelona has a wide offer of Italian restaurants. We could write a long piece talking about the many and good Italian places here, but we’ve decided today to focus on just one: Le Cucine Mandarosso. Located in the narrow streets of the Ribera neighborhood leading to the Palau de la Música, this small restaurant was […]

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DF, the mexican side by Ocaña

Few people know it, but for some time now a section of the dining Ocaña restaurant has a Mexican second name that suits it very well. The person responsible for this change is Martin Schanninger, the new chef of this impressive restaurant in Plaza Real who comes from such reliable places as Berlin’s Mani Hotel. The combination […]

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Caboclo opens new store in Gótico

Caboclo, our favourite footwear brand made in Brasil, has just opened a new store at the Gótico. A few metres away from its already consolidated space on calle Llibreteria, Caboclo runs another one based on the same sustainable spirit. The space is the work of Juliano Lima, founder of the firm, who covered the walls with recycled […]

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La Rumbeta: Catalan rumba house

When visiting Vienna, you’ll surely want to see people dance a waltz; if you are in Buenos Aires, you’ll want to see tango and, if you are in Lisbon, you’d probably want to listen to fado. But… what if you go to Barcelona? Well it seems that one can finally enjoy Catalan rumba at La […]

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