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Milk

Known for being one of the first restaurants to serve brunch in Barcelona, Milk is a bistro bar run by Irish hands. With good music and capricious food, a bunch of sofas and mirrors typical of the Gothic quarter, one of the faces you will probably see as you enter is Elijah Wood’s.  

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Betawi

Betawi is the name of the descendants of the natives of Betavia, now Jakarta, who lived on the island in the 17th century. Betawi is also one of Barcelona’s most charming restaurants. Located in the Gothic quarter, it specializes in Southeast Asian food and it is ideal for those looking for new flavours.

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Caboclo Brasil

In our effort for supporting sustainable clothing and accessories collections, we’ve come across footwear brand Caboclo. With a marked Brazilian spirit (the brand’s founders hail from Brazil), Caboclo seeks to introduce a new and ecofriendly product without forgetting about design. Caboclo practices fair trade, with suppliers conscious of artisan’s quality of life and the biodiversity […]

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Ocaña

Ocaña is named in honour of the infamous José Pérez Ocaña who spent 12 years living next door. Located at numbers 13-15 on the Plaça Reial ? one of the city’s most emblematic plazas?Tthe listed building was bought by the Laguna family in 1992 and they spent the next twenty years conceptualising what it would become.

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Duke

It’s been a while since the space Esplai was occupying on Calle Pi became too small for their women’s collections. This is the reason why they opened a bigger store called Duke, located on a strategic road for street-wear fans. A few years later, history repeats itself the other way around. Esplai is leaving the […]

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KR Store

Krizia Robustella, a Catalan designer of Dutch origin who partakes in Projecte Bressol, has her own store near Portal de l’Angel in downtown Barcelona. The store will delight all those hip-hop fashion lovers and offers fresh and selected garments for those who are more risky, excentric and noncomformist, for people who feel the need to […]

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Denit Hotel

We love hotels. They are warm, homey places that transmit that nice ?list in translation? feeling. That’s why we’re glad to introduce you to the Denit Hotel, the low-cost version of the Majestic chain. It is a little oasis in the sometimes funereal small streets of the Gothic quarter.

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Matsuri

Walking by the Gothic Quarter can come in very handy to find interesting restaurants. One of these hidden treasures is the Japanese restaurant Matsuri, a nice and intimate place to enjoy creative food from Southeast Asia.

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Sorbino

New opening in the city! Italian brand Sorbino recently opened a store in Barcelona to provide is with their sophisticated urban-style clothes. If you fancy Italian design, you’ll love this. If you don’t, you should stop reading now?

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