As soon as time allows, any excuse is good to go out for a drink on a terrace. But given the hustle and bustle of those located at street level, many opt for terraces at the top of a building. And since in choosing the place one of the important points is that the gastronomic proposal is up to par, more and more Barcelona hotels are incorporating a culinary space on their rooftops that pairs the food well with the views, which end up being one of their great features. incentives.

The Almanac hotel has joined the bandwagon this season, replacing the limited proposal they had until now in their Azimuth with a cuisine that includes recipes from the five continents with a more casual tone, inspired by street food. To follow a similar line, in terms of concept, to that of the premises on the ground floor of the same building, the Virens restaurant, it has been Rodrigo de la Calle himself who has created a menu that has around twenty dishes that can be It can be consumed both in its traditional version and adapted to a vegan or vegetarian diet. The chef’s restaurant in Madrid, El Invernadero, was ranked as the best vegetable establishment in the We’re Smart Awards last year.

Here, simple dishes, designed to share, such as chicken arepas, guacamole and pickles, marinated pork tacos with pineapple – slightly spicy – ​​or a soft sea bass ceviche with celery and mango tiger milk. Although there are also snack classics such as croquettes, gyozas, hummus, bravas or nachos with guacamole.

The terrace, which can be accessed from noon to midnight, will maintain its cocktail offering – ten signature references and classic liqueurs – and will have DJ sessions on Wednesdays and Thursdays. A proposal that, together with the new menu, seeks to attract locals and visitors to enjoy the views and snacks in good company.