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Cornelia & Co – Barcelona

Cornelia and Co is a stylish deli style coffee shop/wine bar/ bakery designed by GCA architects. A lovely interior made up of decoupage chairs and rustic elements provide a nice backdrop for the best coffee we had during our Barcelona trip.

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Bar Cañete – Barcelona

Bar Cañete is a wonderful Catalunian tapas bar.  It came highly recommended by a local bohemian foodie.  It is quite the institution
We’ll let the photos do the talking .. but please be sure that Bar Cañete is worth seeking out!

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Bar Mut – Barcelona

We found and fell in love with Barmut over our kitchen table in New York City. Chef Albert Mendiola’s anti-promo video on the website is more like a Jim Jarmousch’s Vampire film “Only Lovers left Alive”, then an enticing view of his moody and delectable establishment.

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Dibek Traditional Cook – Nevşehir, Turkey

We kept our dinner at Dibek Traditional Cook for our last evening in Cappadocia, and regret it a little. Dibek Traditional Cook is hands down THE BEST restaurant we went to during our entire excursion – and we shoud’ve had dinner there every evening!!

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Pullman – Montreal, Canada

At Montreal’s Pullman wine bar, the tapas menu is a simple check-box card to be filled in with the provided pencils; very practical and fun. The wine menu, however, is a bit overwhelming with more then 340 choices!

Pullman delights in all respects. I would say that the photos of the food do them justice. The dishes are as tasty as they are attractive!