/ Hotspots / Madrid / Cortes-Atocha

Báltico Tienda-Estudio, new design hotspot in Madrid

Madrid has a new essential hotspot for design lovers, a new sanctuary in the Barrio de las Letras to search for varied objects and products that were impossible to find anywhere else in the city. Baltic Tienda-Studio sells a wide range of design pieces but also shoes, books, bags, accessories, stationery, jewelry and cosmetics, among […]

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/ Hotspots / Barcelona / Others

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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/ Hotspots / Barcelona / Eixample

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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/ Hotspots / Barcelona / Eixample

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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/ Hotspots / Barcelona / Eixample

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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/ Hotspots / Barcelona / Zona alta

Lío de 4, the best gastronomic hotspot in Zona Alta

Calle Mandri and the surrounding area has become a destination for foodies. Sant Gervasi had been gradually becoming a coveted residential area, but not a gourmet destination. Consolidated restaurants such as La Royale and Bao Bar have now a new companion called Lío de 4, a gastrobar run by chef Jordi Blanch, known for his work […]

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/ Hotspots / Barcelona / Poblenou

Indiana House: the home of Brava Fabrics

Not long ago, we introduced you to an almost newborn Barcelona fashion firm called Brava Fabrics committed with durable fashion and with well-finished garments that so hard are to find today. Brava Fabric’s Indiana House is located in the heart of the industrial and creative neighborhood of Poblenou They started this beautiful adventure by focusing on […]

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