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/ Hotspots / Madrid / Sol-Latina

La Casa de la Portera, an XS theatre

A couple of friends, art director Alberto Puraenvida and stage director José Martret, had little money but a good idea. They decided to rent a filthy groundfloor and transforme it into one of the leading scenic spaces in the city, a new concept experimenting with new formats that generates a unique immersive experience for the […]

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/ Hotspots / Barcelona / Born

Neukölln, vintage from Berlin

In March 2013, Ale and Fede, two Italians living in Barcelona, decided give their lives a U-turn. She left her job at an online multinational company and became a freelance in environmental issues in order to balance their obligations to their common project: a second-hand furniture shop.

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/ Hotspots / Madrid / Chueca-Malasaña

Lunch Box & Tiki Room

Dinners are all the rage now, but this time is not just the usual dinner. Lunch Box & Tiki Room serves burgers, delicious sandwiches and spectacular Tiki cocktails. The passion for cinema of its owners governs the decor and the menu, inspired by the 50’s, the legendary decade of cinema.

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/ Hotspots / Madrid / Cortes-Atocha

Ad.Hoc

Ad.Hoc was born in 2006 and since then it has continued to evolve into a very special place, full of personality, good taste and originality. Fans of beautiful clothing stores with a thousand and one details get ready for Ad.Hoc!

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/ Hotspots / Barcelona / Others

SandwiChez, barista revolution is here

You know we love good coffee, especially since our recent visit to Nomad Coffe Productions. Then we realized that one of the owners, Kim Ossenbok, was in charge of advising and training the staff at SandWichez. As soon as we found out we dropped by the new bar located on calle Numancia.

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/ Hotspots / Madrid / Cortes-Atocha

Imagentalia

Do you like the decor and vintage furniture? Then you will love Imagentalia, a store in Madrid’s Barrio de las Letras selling furniture, art and objects ranging from the 18th century to the 20th century, a good option to add some personality to your home and get rid of IKEA’s global standards.

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