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/ Hotspots / Barcelona / Gracia

Les Tres a la Cuina

Les Tres a la Cuina  is what happens when an Irish and a Mexican get together to make take away food. Anna O’Flynn and Mariana Gonzalez, two lovers of good food who lost their third partner due to motherhood, settled in a modest place off the centre of Gracia, and the result, after more than […]

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/ Hotspots / Barcelona / Eixample

Norte Restaurante

Make no mistake, Barcelona is full of places with a pour soul but cunningly wrapped in gift paper. We pigeonholed Norte Restaurante  in this unfortunate category, a restaurant we had looked to with some suspicion, until the day we decided to try it. The place is nice, and the food is good and healthy. Norte […]

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/ Hotspots / Madrid / Chueca-Malasaña

Au Revoir Cinderella

Madrid ?it girls’ are lucky?they no longer have to buy online their coveted Jeffrey Campbell  and risk not getting the right size. This won’t be a problem anymore thanks to Au Revoir Cinderella, a Jeffrey Campbell  store located in Malasaña.

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/ Hotspots / Madrid / Others

Sala de Despiece

As a gastronomy consultant, Javier Bonet has applied its good taste and culinary experience on projects such as the Musa Group at Sala de Despiece, a reinterpretation of the classic neighborhood bar with a modern air that is now all the rage. A very simple menu, quality ingredients and a wonderful decor are the keys […]

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/ Hotspots / Madrid / Cortes-Atocha

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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/ Hotspots / Madrid / Cortes-Atocha

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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/ Hotspots / Madrid / Others

La Cevicuchería

Peruvian cuisine has gained fame in recent years, turning ceviche an essential dish in the best restaurants. In Madrid, the Tampu restaurant is a reference thanks to years of good savoire faire. Now they have opened a smaller restaurant called La Cevicuchería, a more casual and modern proposal with a Peruvian gastrobar where the main […]

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/ Hotspots / Madrid / Sol-Latina

LaCcava

LaCcava is in the heart of Old Madrid, a place that will take you on a tour around the world’s gastronomy in a coquettish and original space with great background music. Its unique decoration stands out for its recycled furniture on a floor covered with hydraulic tiles and for its bare brick walls. The space is […]

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