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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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We discovered the secret patio of the Solomillo restaurant

A few months ago, we introduced you with great enthusiasm the Solomillo restaurant. Located inside the Hotel Alexandra, in the heart of Barcelona’s Eixample, it stands out for a risky culinary proposal focused on meat, and, more specifically, on sirloin and premium cold meats. All served in a very stylish environment, run by Madrid chef Enrique Valentí. […]

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El Sifó d’en Garriga Snack Bar

La Cuina d’En Garriga, one of Good2b’s favourite restaurants, recently opened the much-awaited El Sifó d’En Garriga, a restaurant with a marked young and casual character that offers uninterrupted service. It takes its name from the family’s past. Their great-great-grandfather, after discovering soda and its curative properties in Paris circa 1876 –the perfect antidote against […]

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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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Camper’s new flagship store, a tech vanguard

Footwear brand Camper, at the forefront of design, creativity, and technology. Proof of this is the renewed shop on Rambla de Catalunya, 122, which includes the first Camper One space, a new customization concept that allows customers to design their own Ball model show. The store re-design has been made by the african architech Francis […]

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Casa Mathilda, the traveller’s rest

Restless travelers know better than anyone else to appreciate hotels that make them feel at home. Globetrotters need that sense of intimacy to relax after long walks and sightseeing. It doesn’t matter if they have been in the middle of nowhere or in the middle of a big city, hospitality is the most important. With […]

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Señor Brown, the new chocolat place

If you like chocolate, you have a reason to celebrate. Experimental chocolate brand Señor Brown is taking this precious ingredient to an artistic level. As they say: “we don’t have any preconceptions about it. We see the product and its characteristics as a blank canvas”, a clear and direct statement that is turning the chocolate […]

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Malpaso, books and Mexican food

Gastronomy is culture, that we now. What we didn’t know is that Mexican food and books could share space. On calle Girona, books fill the shelves and plates are laid on tables at Malpaso, a publishing house that, despite the economic crisis, managed to stay afloat. Now it is also a restaurant run by Bernardo […]

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Disfrutar, the pleasure of eating smiling

A lopsided smiley is the logo of the new restaurant Disfrutar. The truth is that it’s the right logo because it’s almost impossible to leave the place without a broad smile triggered by a happy stomach. And it’s not surprising that the Disfruter’s godfather is Compartir from Cadaqués, run by a luxury triad: Mateu Casañas, […]

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