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/ Hotspots / Madrid / Others

Hermanos Díez

Madrid has more and more traditional bars revamped into modern ones. Cafeteria Hermanos Díez is now a meeting place for the young and modern. Open since 1962, the cafeteria has kept its essence intact, although now boast retro-air and Nordic design furniture.

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/ Hotspots / Madrid / Chueca-Malasaña

Clarita

Right in the heart of the Triball and next to Teatro Lara, there’s the bar-restaurant Clarita, the new bohemian-chic space in Madrid. Clarita is divided into two different areas, the bar, where you can just have a drink and also eat some tapas (mushroom croquettes, gorgonzola cheese, meat pasties. And then, if you’re still hungry, […]

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/ Hotspots / Barcelona / Born

Ávalon by Freixa

We like the Grand Hotel Central, one of the first buidings to be erected on Via Laietana in the 1920s. This historical building now houses one of the city’s most exquisite restaurants: Ramón Freixa’s Ávalon. The Catalan, two-Michellin-starred chef creates traditional dishes with imagination and an avant-garde touch.

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/ Hotspots / Madrid / Chueca-Malasaña

Asiana

Asiana is a pretty shop selling oriental antiques that becomes a restaurant at nights. To access one of Madrid’s best kept secrets, enter the shop and go down the stairs, flanked by antiques and unique pieces.

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/ Hotspots / Barcelona / Eixample

Casa Paloma

Casa Paloma has already reached the first positions among meat restaurants. Perhaps the secret of its success is the Argentine grill, one of the stars on the menu, without forgetting its exquisite fish and meat tartares. Each and everyone of them come with sauces and other side dishes.

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/ Hotspots / Barcelona / Eixample

Bar Calders

Bar Calders is one of the most solid proposals on Parlament, Barcelona’s hipster street. Halfway between the Federal and the Tarannà bars, you’ll find this oasis with a huge terrace. The place to be now, it is located on an impasse dedicated to the famous Pere Calders, whose books can be found on the bar’s […]

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/ Hotspots / Madrid / Sol-Latina

La Taquería del Alamillo

We love tacos. You know that because we’ve reviewed some of the best taquerías in Madrid. Now we’ve found a new one named La Taquería del Alamillo and we dare to say it’s the better taquería in Madrid. Located in La Latina, the restaurant is a simple and traditional place, with no eccentricities or modern […]

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/ Hotspots / Barcelona / Eixample

Alba Granados

There are tons of restaurants out there you probably haven’t visited yet despite having walked past them a thousand times. We’re thinking of Alba Granados, a classic restaurant on Enrique Granados where, we’ve just discovered, they serve the best old-style meat dishes.

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/ Hotspots / Madrid / Gran vía-Plaza de España

Home Burger

Hamburgers are all the rage in Madrid now. But there are restaurants that have been open for quite a while now, for example Home Burger, opened by Arnaud Barcelon in 2007 in tribute to 1950s American diners. Top-rate ingredients (organic food from Avila and homemade bread) and a great atmosphere were enough to turn Home […]

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