Jaume García

This daring restaurant on Comte Borrell is making waves with its roguish atmosphere and incredible, authentic food. Read more

Quick Bites

"Parentheses" is a Barcelona based magazine of poetry and fiction, showcasing the amazing writing going on in the city. Meet the team who put it together. Read more

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Photo courtesy of Círculo del Liceo.

Following their fantastic talk with American Poet Karen Swenson, we spoke to the Vice Chairman of Barcelona’s historic Círculo del Liceo to learn more about the talk, the author and some reflections of art in general. Read more



Photo courtesy of Artte.

Artte is hosting the best party in town this New Year’s, with gourmet food and music on ‘till the early hours. Forget about those resolutions for the night and let your hair down to bring in the New Year. Read more

Things To Do


Tablao de Carmen.

Tablao de Carmen has a fascinating history, all focused on traditional Spanish flamenco culture. Harry Stott spoke to its founder and to its current manager to find out more. Read more

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Photo courtesy of Artte.

Wandering the streets of Barcelona one day, I was lured into a small bar by the beautiful waft of jazz emanating from it. It turned out to be one of the best surprises I have ever had. Read more

Things To Do


Photo by Language Surfing.

From sessions started in one woman’s room to classes in La Cárcel Modelo: Language Surfing has come a long way. That’s all down to the founder’s passion for language and an “inside-outside” methodology for learning. Read more

Settling In


Platja San Sebastian, Sitges. Photo by Victor (CC BY NC ND 2).

There’s a reason why so many people choose to leave the bustle of Barcelona for the small town charm of Sitges. In fact, there are several… Read more



The carefully tended grapes that go into Corpinnat are all organically grown and hand harvested.

Corpinnat is a new name among high-quality, sparkling Spanish wines. But these winemakers have gone above and beyond to ensure its success. We visited four wineries in the Penedès region to see what all the fuss about this new rival to cava is about. Read more


Did you know Thomas Aquinas deemed eating breakfast was a sin? Then In 1662 the Catholic Church revised its position. Why? Chocolate! Read more


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    Mimo Agüero in conversation with Harry Stott. Photo by Jaume García.

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