It’s a summer evening in 1988, you are sitting on the terrace of a bar, and you pass the time chatting with friends about the latest headlines dedicated to Julio Iglesias. No commitments, with a cool beer and the classic tapas and dishes that you know will never let you down. This is Bolero.
This little gem stands on a corner of Plaça de la Concòrdia, lined with a winding wooden skeleton, a marble bar that wants to be the star of the show, and large windows that open out onto the square.
It boasts a menu especially based on traditional dishes and tapas; informal cuisine but with a sense of what it’s all about. Watch out for the Spanish omelettes and the Bikini sandwiches, the hallmark of Bolero and a tribute to the dinners that grandma used to prepare during the town’s summer festivals while you and your cousins rode around happily on their bikes.
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Located on a corner of Pl. Concordia, the Bolero is a small jewel lined with a sinuous wooden skeleton, a marble bar that wants to be the protagonist, and large windows that open the bar to the square.