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Caballito de Totora

Totora Restaurant

On the north coast of Peru there is a fishing cove called Huanchaco, where you can still find traditional handmade boats called Caballitos de Totora (horses of Totora), the same boats used by fishermen for 3,000 years. Founders Patricia Vega and Antonio Aramburu wanted a symbol of ancient Peruvians and their relationship with the sea […]

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H10 Casa Mimosa

Opened in 2016, H10 Casa Mimosa is located in a listed 19th-century modernist building in the Eixample neighborhood. The four star hotel is very near Passeig de Gràcia, famous for its shopping, restaurants and iconic architecture. The rooftop terrace overlooks Antoni Gaudí’s Casa Mila and its ornate chimneys. All rooms have views outward either to Pau […]

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Cucuruchos crujientes de Atu¦ün y arroz con guacamole

Mextizo

Opened in June 2016 by chef Adrián Marín, Mextizo introduces the concept of Mexditerranean cuisine. The Eixample based restaurant combines the traditional barbecue of Getaria, good paella-style rices from Marín’s hometown Castellón and fresh Mexican starters.

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KALEOS

KALEOS EYEHUNTERS

Barcelona based glasses brand KALEOS mixes know-how with contemporary design and functionality. Production is mainly manual and every creation takes a month of precise artisan work. The highest quality Italian components made by Mazzucchelli, Divel and Visottica are used in production. Their Kojak Collection revises 70’s American aesthetics from a contemporary prism. Retro-inspired shapes come back […]

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