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Tickets and 41 Degrees closing? Barcelona must visit restaurants?

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jessicablock Jul 15, 2014 04:24 PM

Hi everyone - Can someone confirm if Tickets/41 Degrees are closing for good in August? I've been doing some preliminary research on the forum and found the below recommended restaurants.. Feel free to clue me in on other must visits as of lately:

Paco Meralgo
Gresca
Alkimia
Suculent
LLAMBER
La Estrella
Tickets
Abac
Carmen Ruscalleda
41 Degrees
El Cellar Can Roca
Can Ravell
Dos Palillos
Saboc
Embat
Catalina
Hisop
Casa Danone
El Vaso de Oro
Tapas 24
Cal Pep

Thanks in advance!

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  1. gastrocar RE: jessicablock Jul 16, 2014 01:11 AM

    Tickets opens the last week of August only for dinners,and Saturday the 30th for lunch and dinner, the rest of the month is closed.

    In your list you have restaurants outside the city, you should definetly add a couple more if you can travel by car.

    Els Casals (Sagás)
    Els Brancs (Roses)
    Compartir (Cadaqués)
    Les Cols (Olot)
    Capritx (Terrassa)
    Les Magnolies (Arbucies)
    La Lluerna (Santa Coloma de Gramanet)

    In Barcelona you could add to your list:

    Espai Kru, Bohemic, Vivanda, Dos Cielos, Casa Martinez, Cañete, Tapeo, Shunka&Koy Shunka, Shangai, Bodega 1900.

    It should really help to know what kind of restaurants are you looking for too.

    BR

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      jessicablock RE: gastrocar Jul 16, 2014 09:25 AM

      thanks! If i plan to visit mid sept and they're closed until last week of Aug, how do I go about getting a reservation?

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        gastrocar RE: jessicablock Jul 16, 2014 09:57 AM

        Everyday at 0:00 spanish time, they open reservations for two months in advance at http://www.ticketsbar.es.
        So tonight they open the reservations for the 17th September.
        Just be quick and you'll get a reservation.

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      scanmike RE: jessicablock Jul 20, 2014 05:36 AM

      Would do La Cova Fumada over Vaso de Oro. Vaso was good but La Cova Fumada was more of an experience plus great food.

      1. PBSF RE: jessicablock Jul 20, 2014 02:49 PM

        Your listing resembles a 'bucket' list, a hodgepodge of eating places. Most probably serve good food or serves a particular need. Maybe not Casa Danone since I have a prejudice against a restaurant owned by a yogurt company. It would be helpful if you can be more specific on the reasons those are on your list, types of food you are looking for, ambience, some idea of your budget and how long you will be in Barcelona, you'll get some excellent feedback.
        As for 'must visit restaurants', there is no such thing in Barcelona unless one is hung up on eating at what is the remnants of El Bulli which would be Tickets. Otherwise, every restaurant/tapas/pintxos place can be replace by another.
        Carme Ruscalleda is the chef and not the name of a restaurant. Her restaurant Sant Pau is about 70km north of Barcelona in San Pol de Mar. She also oversees Moments in Barcelona with her son as the chef.

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          erica RE: PBSF Jul 21, 2014 11:07 AM

          Once more, the sagest of advice from PBSF.

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