Friday, March 24, 2017

Eat and Drink

Specialist Supermarkets in Ibiza

Most people agree that one of the most magical things about Ibiza is it’s mix of visitors and residents from around the world. There are a wide range of restaurants to choose from the offer global cuisine, however if you prefer cooking at home, there’s no need to order the food that you can’t find in the ‘bog standard’ super-markets …

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Ice Cream, You Scream Ibiza

No one can deny that August in Ibiza is truly here, and it’s a scorcher! So why not cool down with our a tasty ‘Ice-Cream-Stop’ recommendations…. 5. Ice Cream Point (Cala Vadella) Cute, family-friendly, and reasonably priced – Ice Cream Point, in Cala Vadella serves a range of delicious flavours – but the best part is, it’s in the perfect …

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5 Authentic Chiringuitos in Ibiza

In it’s purest and most traditional form, the word “Chiringuito” a would have referred to a small, often temporary building – (usually dedicated to the service sector) normally at a beach – that’s purpose is to sell snacks, food and drink. We all know that the new Ibiza now entertains many great “Chiringuitos” of the fancier variety – all beautifully …

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9 Nice Alternatives Things to see and do in Santa Eulalia

One of the great things about the little island of Ibiza is it’s love independent business. While some of the most well-renowned brands that originated in Ibiza have now go on to claim worldwide success, the little island still plays host to a gaggle of small yet mighty independent traders. Infamous for saying “NO” to some of the heftier fast …

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Bryony’s Rich Kitchen has arrived

Some of the finest moments to be experienced on Ibiza are often those that you least expect and which don’t involve vast expenditure. The nightclubs and beachfront restaurants garner global publicity but, as nice as they are, the memories that most readily spring to mind involve a simple table in a field surrounded by fellow immigrant residents, who we may …

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Nimmo’s Wild Rover settles at last…

Saint Patrick’s Day has been something of a non-event in Santa Eulalia for as long as anyone can remember. Sort of on a par with the Queen’s birthday or Saint George’s Day… But that all changed this year with the opening of Nimmo’s Wild Rover in the town’s port on March 17th. March can be bleak for those looking for …

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Hibernation ends in Cala Llonga

It’s all change in the ‘not so sleepy’ seaside village of Cala Llonga this Spring as the local bars open their doors to welcome in the new season. The first of the ‘not so newcomers’, Andy and Lorraine, held the opening party for their new location ‘The Terrace’ last moth and will be familiar faces to anyone who visited La …

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You would be amazed how many people have eaten this most famous of Spanish dishes, yet do not know where the name originated. And this being a Saturday night, it seems the perfect time to fill them in… The name is an abbreviation of the phrase ‘para ella’ meaning ‘for her’ and refers to the Sunday tradition whereby the men …

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Madrid wants to lift fines for street drinkers who show healthy lifestyles

The leftist administration of Madrid Mayor Manuela Carmena wants to spare the capital’s youths from having to pay fines of up to €600 for drinking alcohol on the streets, a measure introduced by the previous conservative administration to prevent large open-air drinking parties known as botellones. Madrid City Hall sources said that “the fines are not achieving their goal of …

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Found a nice restaurant in Es Canar

Brisamar is a family run restaurant located on Es Canar beach. The restaurant is the perfect spot for a day at the beach as they are open every day from 10am to 1am. In the morning you can indulge yourself with a tasty breakfast and their relaxed atmosphere. At lunch you can enjoy the sea breeze and a yummy meal. …

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