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THE NEW IBIZA PLACE

The new Ibiza place where you will see EVERYTHING! The island has a new meeting place, the Tatel restaurant. It imitates a clandestine bar from the 1920s, has a large terrace and has a privileged location on the beachfront.

When you visit Ibiza the options of catering and entertainment may seem endless, but there are some that stand out more than others. Tatel Ibiza, which has just opened its doors, seems to be one of the latter. The restaurant, with 1,400 square meters of space and a terrace on the beach, offers traditional Spanish food, luxury cocktails and an interior design of envy.

As if from a past time, as if a girl with a cigarette case and a flapper dress was coming out of a corner, you might actually feel like an Owen Wilson in Woody Allen’s Midnight in Paris: you go through a door and suddenly you’re in the 20 years. Colors that highlight, much copper and antique furniture give a unique touch to the space that, despite being retro, breathe the most valid. The place is divided into several separate spaces: the bar area, the restaurant area, the terrace – with space for 100 diners – and even a large area perfect for private events. The design of the site comes from the imagination of IlmioDesign, a studio made up of Italians Michele Corbani and Andrea Spada who highlight the presence of noble materials such as stone or wood, along with marine colors and painted glass.

Tatel Ibiza has an enviable location and will open between 19:00 and 3:00. It is on the Platja d’en Bossa, between Ushuaïa Ibiza Beach Hotel and Hard Rock Hotel Ibiza, and will offer live music with many things in common with the one that is famously heard in Ushuaïa (both places belong to Mabel Management) and a gastronomic offer Focused on traditional Spanish food.

Source: revistaad.es

TROPICAL OASIS IN BILBAO

Three bars and three proposals mark the character of the Happy River restaurant, in Bilbao la Vieja. Its terrace, overlooking the estuary, and its hundreds of plants make it a relaxing space.

The Happy River restaurant opened just two months ago. Located in the old flour factory La Ceres – the first building of reinforced concrete of Spain -, the project of reform required to respect the space and to adapt it to the new functionalities of the place. “We entered this work with great respect because the building was unique,” says the director of the study of interior design Rosita, Juan Marchante, in charge of the project.

Between a tropical and cosmopolitan air, the restaurant surprises with details that combine wood, marble, colors and natural plants. In total, more than 250 varieties of plants coexist in the restaurant, which helps to create a relaxed atmosphere. This is also responsible for the heated terrace, 100 square meters of surface. The terrace, elevated through some steps, allows to contemplate the estuary lying on some of the hammocks of the firm Flamant.

Color plays a prominent role both inside and outside the restaurant. If the white predominates in the interior, Marchante has opted for the blue tones for the outside. “The white color is very difficult when there is not much light, the terrace instead painted it in dark grayish blue to allow a transition from the outside to the interior,” he says. On the terrace there are tables of colors of Moroso, metallic chairs in white Emu color and the hammocks with Belgian seal.

For the furniture, the studio has relied on the firm Emeco for the main stools and Magis for the Japanese bar. The tables are of Flamant and combine the steel of its legs with the tropical touch of the chairs and the raw fabrics of Gastón and Daniela of the banks. The funny touch of lighting is made by the famous light monkeys of Seletti. Welcome to the most tropical Bilbao!

Source: revistaad.es

LE MARIE CELESTE

LE MARIE CELESTE GASTRO-PUB

03The Bar: “Le Marie Celeste gastro-pub in the Marais has top-notch cocktails and great food, all done with a slight Nordic twist.”

The Drink: “Ask for a glass of crisp Domaine Labet Savagnin, a great white from their strong list of small, biodynamic French wines.”

The Bottle to Bring Back: “Chartreuse M.O.F. It was co-created by a sommelier and is not available in the States. Mix it with a cold-brew coffee and you’ve got a crazy good caffeine cocktail!

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Source: lemaryceleste.com