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/ Hotspots / Madrid / Salamanca-Retiro

La Navarrería, claiming veggie products

No one doubts today that Spain boasts a rich gastronomy and a wide range of top-quality products. Valencian rices, Andalusian fish, Asturian cheeses, Galician liquor, Extremadura’s cold cuts, Castilian meats, Catalan sweets and… Navarra, whose produce can now be enjoyed at La Navarrería. Are you a lover of healthy, pure food? Íñigo Orla restaurant has […]

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Where to eat pizza

We are seriously addicted to pizza. We know the what, the how, the how much and the when as far as pizza goes. However, it’s always good to know where to have a good one, and Phaidon has the answer. Late next month they will publish Where to eat pizza, a comprehensive guide created by experts […]

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Breakfast Flat Illustrations

When food and art join forces, the outcome is usually irresistible. We’ve told you about Brunchcity, Leurre du déjeneur de Benjamin Henon, Eating for Two and about smoothies with Pantone color palette. Now it’s the turn of Lizzie Darden, a graphic designer with a bent for food that has caught our attention.

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24 Hour Foodie People

Last year it was the Bcn Foodie Guide with 50 epic hotspots to eat in Barcelona, chosen by a luxe comittee. It became the best Christmas gift. And now we have the second volume entitled 24 Hour Foodie People, a hint to Winterbottom’s. It features 53 restaurants organized by the team’s favourite time of the […]

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/ Hotspots / Barcelona / Born

Casa Lolea: tapas & sangria at Born

Sangría owes much to Lolea. For starters, the fact that one of the most summery and tropical national drinks is not associated to a super cheap tetra brik. Lolea comes in a cool packaging with red and white dots that has elevated this wine with fruits, to describe it in some way, to the gourmet […]

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/ Hotspots / Madrid / Lavapiés

Yankenpon Washoku: KONNICHI WA, LAVAPIÉS!

The story behind Yankenpon Washoku at the San Fernando market starts like a TV joke, or at least that’s what it sounds like when Gustavo helps Osamu explain this to me: “We are one Japanese, Osamu, with ‘u’; another Japanese, well, half Japanese half Argentinian because he was born in Japan but lived in Buenos Aires for […]

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/ Hotspots / Madrid / Chamberí

Muta, a house in the middle of moving

According to various online health world publications, moving is the third most stressing event in life after the death of a family member and divorce. It would be wise to take advice on this subject from Muta‘s team, a new gastronomic offering unique for being precisely a mutant place. Seeking shelter from one of those icy […]

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/ Hotspots / Barcelona / Born

La Puntual

If we had to define La Puntual in only one sentence, we could say it’s the perfect crossover between two local classics: the mythical Xampanyet cellar and the reliable stamp of Casa Varela -remember last summer we succesfully visited  and ruled El Rosal. This new joint located in the heart of Born neighborhood is a very […]

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