travel + culture

Travel Smart: Cooking in Your Room

Gourmet’s European correspondent finds some food-friendly hotels.
chefs + restaurants

The Truth About Adria’s New Pizza Place? It Isn’t True

For the star chef at El Bulli, false rumors take on a life of their own.
chefs + restaurants

Restaurants Now: Fishhh!

(BARCELONA) - Always have a bite of buttered bread before you eat a raw oyster, says Luís De Buen; that way you’ll never get an upset stomach.
chefs + restaurants

Restaurants Now: Rainbow Lodge, Aldea, RN74, Fishhh!

This week, we fall for an old favorite in Houston and gorgeous Iberian-inspired food in New York City. Plus, Michael Mina’s latest in San Francisco and a go-to spot for seafood in Barcelona....

Cooking Schools: A Taste of Spain

The whirlwind shopping trip through this Barcelona’s famous La Boquería market jump-started my half-day Catalan cooking class.
May 2008
travel + culture

Barcelona Dreaming, Part I

So you've got these friends, and when you get together, you spend a lot of time talking about food.
travel + culture

A Little Something to Eat in Barcelona

It’s no secret that Tapac 24 is great. Carles Abellan opened this place a year ago, and ever since, the line’s been out the door.
travel + culture

Barcelona Dreaming, Part III

At 11 a.m. on June 30, Pazzta 920 was ready to go. It had been touch-and-go for a while, but the quartet had promised to open by end of June, and today was it.
travel + culture

Barcelona Dreaming, Part II

By mid-June, our four young culinary entrepreneurs were finally able to begin the work that would transform Fruites I Verdures Vicenta into Pazzta 920.
food + cooking

You Say Tomato, I Say What?

The most polemical news in Barcelona's newspaper La Vanguardia this week has to do not with the war in Iraq or the Sarkozy vs. Royal match-up, but with pan con tomate.
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