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La Real, eating with your hands never tasted better

In a corner of the Eixample, between Roger de Llúria and Bruc, La Real, a small and intimate place hosts the most coveted burgers in the neighborhood. In La Real street food is venerated and cutlery is a courtesy because it isn’t necessary The image of this hamburguer place, located at 285 Carrer de Valencia, shows two […]

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We discovered the secret patio of the Solomillo restaurant

A few months ago, we introduced you with great enthusiasm the Solomillo restaurant. Located inside the Hotel Alexandra, in the heart of Barcelona’s Eixample, it stands out for a risky culinary proposal focused on meat, and, more specifically, on sirloin and premium cold meats. All served in a very stylish environment, run by Madrid chef Enrique Valentí. […]

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El Sifó d’en Garriga Snack Bar

La Cuina d’En Garriga, one of Good2b’s favourite restaurants, recently opened the much-awaited El Sifó d’En Garriga, a restaurant with a marked young and casual character that offers uninterrupted service. It takes its name from the family’s past. Their great-great-grandfather, after discovering soda and its curative properties in Paris circa 1876 –the perfect antidote against […]

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The Practice, slow dentistry at Sant Antoni

Who said going to the dentist was painful? Of course, whoever spread this urban legend didn’t know The Practice, a clinic designed by the Built architecture with slow dentistry as leit motiv. Besides being pleasant and soothing, one of its highlights is the seven-member team of specialists managed by Mariana Trincado Villanueva. As if it […]

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Senda Gallery, expanding horizons

Senda Gallery is one of Barcelona’s most emblematic art centers. Since it opened in 1991 on the not-longer-that-iconic Consell de Cent street, it has favored “the talent, the risk and the uniqueness of young and established artists from here and abroad”, becoming one of the city’s most important art galleries. Now Galería Senda is expanding horizons […]

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Señorito, best Andalusian tapas in town

A Paraguayan and a Russian run one of the best tapas bars in the city. It sounds like a bad joke, but it is TRUE. However, it will all sound more plausible once we reveal their names and surnames. Ever Cubilla, former chef of the honored Espai Kru, and Olesya Kuznetsova, a former Hoffman trainee […]

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Nobook, ethnic street food and cocktails

We won’t blame you if you find Nobook‘s strident orange suspicious at first sight. We weren’t sure either about this place where waiters wear Guantanamo-inspired overalls and where a gaudy shade of orange is to be seen all around. Luckily, we are people with few prejudices and we decided to give it a chance. What […]

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