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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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Rayén

“Names are the consequences of things,” says Noemi finishing off her coffee with soy milk. Rayén, woman’s name for the Mapuche Indians of Chile, is the result of a talk this Sicilian woman held four years ago with her boyfriend, Paulo, both vegetarians. She had just returned from a yoga retreat where only vegan cuisine […]

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Sticker

We present Sticker, a new restaurant in Madrid’s Barrio de Las Letras you shouldn’t miss! As the name indicates, the menu is full of stickers related to the world of art, fashion, music, sports, decor, film, photography and, of course, gastronomy for clientele looking for culture, fun, good prices and succulent recipes.

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Cups & Kids

If you are tired of people looking ill at you when you step into a bar with your children, if you hate it when you don’t know where to put your Bugaboo  and are tired of entertaining them, here is the solution. We’re referring to Cups & Kids, a leisure multi-space for both kids and […]

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La Integral

Located in the famous Barrio de las Letras, La Integral is a small bazaar filled with little design treasures. After graduating in Fine Arts, Mary and Charo decided to set up a small shop to sell their creations and publicize the work of other artists and designers who were in the same situation.

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Bodega Los Secretos

In a small street near Caixa Forum, there is one of the best kept secrets in Madrid, a 17th century warehouse where monks used to brew wine. It also served as a hideout for the Napoleon troops, as a shelter during the Spanish Civil War and now, with great taste, as an avant-garde gastronomic haven, […]

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