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Blau + WIN!

The Costa Brava sea and its picturesque corners were the refuge of great artists in the past. Marc Roca has found inspiration in them to open the Blau restaurant in Begur. The restaurant had a loyal clientele and enjoyed good critics. However, one day Marc decided to shut down and move the Blau to Barcelona.

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NordicThink

There is doubt that when it comes to interior design, the Scandinavian have a distinct, elegant touch that we lack down here. It might be the cold and the endless hours they spend at home, but the term design takes on a superior yet not pretentious meaning. Now thanks to NordicThink we have the chance […]

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El Passatge del Murmuri

Finding a restaurant with a modicum of personality on Rambla de Catalunya a real odissey. However, we have found a recently-opened one that goes by the name of Passatge del Murmuri that aims at satisfying such requirement. Located on the groundfloor of a hotel that is the little brother of the trendy Majestic, it is run […]

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Le Pain Quotidien

We’ve been waiting for this for quite a while. Up until now, the delicious products by Le Pain Quotidien were only available in Madrid. But now we have one Le Pain Quotidien shop on Calle Provenza, just in front of La Pedrera.

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Telefèric

People living in Sant Cugat long know that if they want to enjoy good pintxos and Basque cuisine in general in a relaxed ambiance they must go to the Telefèric restaurant, a classic of the area. Culture enthusiast have it even better because from Telefèric’s walls hang paintings depicting Spain’s pictorial history that have little to envy […]

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Gurqui

One of the coziest, most peculiar restaurants in the city. Located on the ground floor of a building in the Eixample Dret district, Gurqui is ran by Albert and Chesca, a couple who fled from the farmaceutical company where they used to work in search of a better shelter. And it looks like they have found it. […]

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Ramen-Ya Hiro

If you’re a fan of ramen or tempura, the restaurant Ramen-Ya Hiro is your next stop! Hiro, one of the chefs from Tempura-Ya Hiro, located on Muntaner 153, has decided to go solo and open a restaurant specializing in the Japanese noodle soup par excellence. Ramen is the star dish and an essential option if you decide to drop […]

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Dry Martini, Speakeasy & The Academy

Dry Martini is one of the most emblematic cocktail bars in the city, a classic place serving combined drinks in its renowned wooden bar. The old bottles on the shelves and the great art collection hanging on its walls are what distinguish it from others. With a classic ambience and an impeccable clientele, this is […]

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Bar à Vins

Moritz comes with another master move. Aware of the fact that not everyone likes Moritz beer, they have opened a Bar à Vins near the factory in style. The menu features 400 bottles and up to 40 references at affordable prices, served by way of a new system based on the use of balance scales that calculate the […]

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Mar de Cava

There are many interior design stores, but not all of them surprise us. One that we particularly like is Mar de Cava, a store run by technical architect Mar Gómez, who decided to open it after she was faced with the task of decorating her own house. Mar has now opened a bar-café-restaurant right next to it, the […]

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