On December 10th and 11th, All Those Food Market returns to Barcelona with an especially jolly edition. For the first time, the Seminario Conciliar, the site of the theology department for the Universitat Ramon Llull, will open its doors to the public, providing an impressive backdrop to the popular food market.
The Christmas edition of the event will feature live music, thanks to the Openmusic Project, which organises concerts in unconventional locations. In addition, visitors can sign up to take part in a number of different workshops relating to gastronomy, such as classes on healthy eating or making coffee. As always, the market will also feature a huge range of foodie products, from Llaria honey and Cal Rovira’s cured meats, to ceramics by Cara Janelle.
Entry to the event costs €2 (kids under 12 can enter for free). More information here.