12 November 2013

IDO DO BALEAR BARCELONA (NOW CLOSED)

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The Balearic Islands in Barcelona. Idò do Balear is a shop and cafe where they only sell products with their roots in the Balearic Islands. Whether it’s a sausage from Menorca or beautiful packages almonds from Mallorca. The three owners are friends and have one thing in common: they all come from Mallorca but live and work in Barcelona for years already. In addition to their work as graphic designer, architect and publisher, they’ve used their talents and knowledge to open and run Ido do Balear. And that works more than well, because it’s completely full on Saturday. The tables are occupied, just like the bar stools and before the beautiful designed take-out window I’ve spotted some hipsters ordering some yummy ensaimadas (from Mallorca). Do not forget to take a look at the racks full of delicious food. From wine to biscuits and from olives to pasta – everything has its roots in the Balearic Islands. The district of Sant Antoni is getting better by the day! With Federal Cafe, Taranna and Cafe Cometa around, we now have another reason to visit the district: Idò do Balear ofcourse!

 

Check out: www.idodobalear.com

 

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