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Laut: the new clubbing space in Poble Sec

“Romans are crazy,” Obelix used to say. But if Astérix obese friend had been born in Barcelona in 2017, he would say the same about us. If someone explained Obelix that despite the frightening economic crisis (don’t believe when politicians say on TV we are better off because WE AREN’T) and the city’s rather poor […]

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What.if store: new vinyl store in Barcelona

Vinyl lovers are in luck. In late 2016 a new store opened in Barcelona called What.If store, a new temple for music lovers that is also the seat of the What.If label, run by Amin Ravelle and Dafoe, a Nitsa DJ resident. The same love that Dafoe professes for deep house and minimal in his […]

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From a fancy sushi take away to fancier table lunch

It is likely that by now you’ve already dropped by Vía Augusta 65 looking for its so-much-talked-about take-away sushi. What you may haven’t done yet is visit Sushifresh, a new restaurant in the secluded calle Europa, and if you are a fish freak, you should do go as soon as possible. In this elegant, unpretentious restaurant, […]

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Mano Rota, the new milestone of Poble Sec

Bernat Bermudo and Oswaldo Brito, a Venezuelan and a Catalan who years ago realized how good the two of them together were at cooking, run this new restaurant in Poblesec that has become a Good2b favourite. A gastronomic oasis in an area increasingly visited by gourmet palates, where these two cocktail chefs put into practice […]

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Mendl’s, favorite cakes of Wes Anderson

My particular obsession with croquettes comes from way back, since that first creamy yet crunchy bite of heaven. So my goal in the near future is to have a taste of all croquettes in the whole world. And this is not a far-fetched goal. Every time I discover a new restaurant in town or wherever […]

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Dolce Sitges, pure shutdown

Let’s be honest. An escapade to Sitges always feels good, anytime during the year to get away from the city. Any excuse is good to visit one of the most charming seaside villages outside the city and get a deserved break from work. And if you decided to do so, why don’t you do it […]

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Granja Elena, Zona Franca’s gourmet paradise

This is what happens when you live in Barcelona, ​​when you least expect it, the city gives you surprises in the most inhospitable places. This is the case of the Zona Franca, an area which isn’t, a priori, a foodie friendly place. But it’s in the middle of one of the less fortunate landscapes of […]

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Lando, a new hotspot in Sant Antoni

There are many reasons why we support Lando so much. For starters, its New York air, leaving Barcelona behind as soon as you turn calle Parliament for the best of Brooklyn. Then its industrial-style interior design, which reveals its past as a car park. Secondly, the extra value it brings to the neighborhood, of which […]

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Spa Empúries Hostal

There are places that give off a unique, special and unparalleled sense of magic from the first moment. The Hostal Spa Empúries is part of this privileged group in its own right. This wonderful hotel is located in a setting full of history, between the first Greek settlement in Iberian Peninsula and one of the […]

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Barracuda, Barraca’s little brother by the beach

Last year we named Barraca, one of our favorite paella restaurants in Barcelona. This year we have moved to Castelldefels to visit Barracuda, its younger brother with a somewhat more casual and beach-like personality but with the same spirit. As with its predecessor, the idea comes from Guido Weinberg, who also runs Woki Markets and who is […]

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