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Cornelia & Co

Cornelia & Co Is a Daily Picnic Store, a supermarket that is also a restaurant, a store and a place to just walk around; a charcuterie selling bread or a winery where you can have tea. It’s also a butcher’s selling fresh seafood and serving fresh pasta. Cornelia & Co. is the Mediterranean version of […]

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Cherry Heel

There’s no excuse today to complain about the lack of shoe stores in Barcelona. To an already decent offer we should add one name that will be in the mouth of many in the near future. Cherry Heel specializes in high-end Italian firms for men and women. As its own name indicates, each and every […]

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41º

If eating out at the elBulli was one if those treats you would have loved to enjoy or repeat, this article is for you. A restaurant called 41º is now the new working space for Ferran Adria. The concept: it’s a gastrobar and snack palce that shares the place with another restaurant called Tickets, his […]

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Cafetería Clarés

We are natural-born urban explorers. Our latest discovery is a haven of peace and tranquility located at a stone’s throw from the Casa de les Punxes, one of our favourite buildings in Barcelona. The Cafetería Clarés has a certain Frenchy air and dozens of cabinets with cakes, cupcakes and bakery wares for the delight of […]

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Café Emma

The famous L’Entrecôte restaurant, which for years served only entrecote with salad and French fries, hasn’t been no longer among us for a while. Occupying its space is now a bistrot with a longer menu and a two luxury French chefs, Romain Fornell (awarded with a Michelin star for his work at Caelis) and Michel […]

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Chez Cocó

The Casa Paloma crew is not satisfied with running one of the best restaurants in the city. They have just opened a rôtisserie located a few metres away from Casa Paloma to offer the range of meats not covered by its predecessor. Decorated by Lázaro Rosa Violán, Chez Cocó is sumptuous and elegant. The open-to-view […]

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+Bernat & Café Farfalina

When two good projects decide to become one, which is the case of Librería Bernat and Café Farfalina, the result is something as exciting as +Bernat, a space providing a wide literary catalogue and a café to enjoy a good drink and a good reading. The place has already become literary in real life as, […]

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Fàbrica Moritz Barcelona

Expectations were high and the outcome is not at all disappointing. After years of renovation works, the Fàbrica Moritz Barcelona is finally opening to offer its versatile space to everyone. The popular yet sophisticated spirit of Barcelona’s flagship beer is reflected everywhere around this huge 4,500m2 space. The Fàbrica Moritz Barcelona is a dream come […]

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Cosmo Gallery & Café

We love going to Cosmo. It’s been hard for us to share this little secret located right in the center of Barcelona, but it’s well-known now as a place to spend some time in a warm and interesting ambiance. Half cafe, half gallery, Cosmo is the perfect formula for curious minds.

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Casa Paloma

Casa Paloma has already reached the first positions among meat restaurants. Perhaps the secret of its success is the Argentine grill, one of the stars on the menu, without forgetting its exquisite fish and meat tartares. Each and everyone of them come with sauces and other side dishes.

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