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Casa Mathilda, the traveller’s rest

Restless travelers know better than anyone else to appreciate hotels that make them feel at home. Globetrotters need that sense of intimacy to relax after long walks and sightseeing. It doesn’t matter if they have been in the middle of nowhere or in the middle of a big city, hospitality is the most important. With […]

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Manairó restaurant in Barcelona

Manairó are fantastic creatures from the Pyrenees mythology, and the truth is that there’s something mythical and fantastic about Jordi Herrera’s cuisine, the chef at the Mainaró restaurant in Barcelona. Although it lost the Michelin star it had, an unresolved mystery for us, the menu’s restaurant looks better than ever. It’s easy to understand this, […]

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Visit

The centre of cities usually brim with franchises serving the same formula, as well as dull-flavored, colorant-laden ready-made food. In a quest to find good restaurants in the city, we found one of Barcelona’s best-kept secrets, the Visit restaurant in the Pulitzer Hotel. Visit serves a nice, delicious and healthy lunch set menu.   Visit […]

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Louis 1856

Louis Moritz is the full name of the founder of Barcelona-born Moritz beer, the first of a saga that has reached its sixth generation. Now Moritz has opened a restaurant in the basement of the brand’s main building. Called Louis 1856 (the year he was born), its kitchen is run by Michelin-starred chef Jordi Vilà from Alkimia.  […]

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Señor Brown, the new chocolat place

If you like chocolate, you have a reason to celebrate. Experimental chocolate brand Señor Brown is taking this precious ingredient to an artistic level. As they say: “we don’t have any preconceptions about it. We see the product and its characteristics as a blank canvas”, a clear and direct statement that is turning the chocolate […]

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Hofmann Bistrot, an another member of the family Mey

In just a few months, our ability to find hotspots around Paseo San Juan and the surrounding area is dangerously increasing. This time around, it’s a heavyweight—Hofmann chose a modest two-level place to renovate it and make it feel like a home, both as decoration and food goes. The result is an unpretentious yet comfortable […]

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Babochka opens its tailoring

Babochka means ‘butterfly’ in Russian, but it’s also a bowtie, one of the star accessories at a new boutique of the same name located on the Right Eixample. The name seems to have been tailor made, like the costumes Lena, from Russia, and Miguel, from Barcelona, design in the loft of Roger de Flor 142. […]

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Speakeasy and The Academy welcomes Carles Tejedor in Dry Martini

A top cocktail bar here and abroad thanks to Javier de las Muelas’ concoctions, the much-awarded Dry Martini is reinventing its two younger brothers, Speakeasy and The Academy. If old bottles on the shelves and the great art collection are its hallmarks, from now on they’ll be complemented by Carles Tejedor’s food. Clandestine restaurant Speakeasy, the most […]

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