/ Hotspots / Barcelona / Eixample

La Real, eating with your hands never tasted better

In a corner of the Eixample, between Roger de Llúria and Bruc, La Real, a small and intimate place hosts the most coveted burgers in the neighborhood. In La Real street food is venerated and cutlery is a courtesy because it isn’t necessary The image of this hamburguer place, located at 285 Carrer de Valencia, shows two […]

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/ Interviewin

Gastón Acurio, the prophet of Peruvian cuisine

Gastón Acurio (Lima 1967) wants to make Peruvian cuisine famous around the world. It may be his political upbringing. His father is a former senator and minister who insisted that he studied law, but he secretly enrolled a cooking school. But the truth is that his skills have turned him into a real ambassador of […]

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/ Art&Design

Enjoy Matteo Berton’s colourful landscapes

City landscapes, nature landscapes and everyday situations are part of the work of Italian illustrator Matteo Berton. His are landscapes with character, detail and personality to get lost in just by looking at them. With a palette of solid and striking colors, Matteo Berton tells a story with simple forms With a palette of solid and […]

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/ Hotspots / Barcelona / Zona alta

Nomo Sarrià, new flavours in a building with history

Last June, coinciding with its 10th anniversary, Grupo Nomo announced the opening of a new restaurant in Sarrià, the third one in Barcelona. As loyal followers of this family of young entrepreneurs, who, since 2007, have been delighting lovers of Japanese cuisine we received the news with enthusiasm and curiosity. It seems that executive chef […]

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/ Hotspots / Barcelona / Gracia

Cara B will become our favourite independent miniclub

The title of this piece may give rise to confusion. There are many great mini-clubs and independent dance bars in Barcelona and they are getting better and better. It is hard in a city where it is necessary to fight against a legislation that is still very restrictive. Also, the public that is not very keen […]

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/ Art&Design

Jannike Stelling finds peace in chaos

Nowadays it is hard to find places that aren’t crowded. We live in a world that is constantly moving. Nobody seems to be able to stop and look. However, photographer Jannike Stelling did stop to take some photographs. Stages is her newest project, in which she manages to capture the tranquility of empty spaces in […]

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/ Art&Design

Hayley Eichenbaum’s Lost and Colourful Highway

We hit the road with the photographer Hayley Eichenbaum. We put our foot on the gas and wear the tyres around the United States. Getting lost in the country’s iconic built landscapes feels strangely familiar. But in The Mother Road photo series, this Los Angeles-based artist forces us to change Route 66’s arid terracotta imagery […]

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/ Hotspots / Madrid / Chamberí

La Ancha, the origin of the Redruello talent

At a time when modernity, deconstruction, chemistry and gastronomic madness are present in kitchens all over the world, it strikes as a bit weird to talk about traditions, moderation, perfect cooking or the absolute respect for the produce bought in the market. Nowadays, one must stop and think for second what’s on the plate in […]

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/ Interviewin

Clubz: The Mexican Movida

After a long winter, the Primavera Sound festival makes us feel excited about the new festival season and unleashes our desire from summer. Besides filling us with irrational emotion, the festival provides us with an open book to musical discovery and exaltation. In its almost infinite bill, next to the big names, dozens of bands are hidden […]

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