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CONTENTS CONTENTS 2 - LA VITTI 44 MAP - MAP
5 - EDITORIAL 6 - CABANYAL ANY ZERO 9 - JEWISH VALENCIA 12 - VALENCIA WINES 14 - FOOD 16 - THE VURGER 17 - 32 OCTOBER LISTINGS 33 - DAVID DE LIMON 34 - VALENCIA FOOTBALL 37 - PHOTO ART IN VALENCIA 38 - 24/7 PARTY PEOPLE 40 - LA BATISFERA 42 - ART IN VALENCIA 44 - PHOTOS ADRI CASTELLANOS 46 - VALENCIA MUSIC
Valencia in Autumn is a special time. The memories of summer have faded but the grimness of winter has yet to show its face… In this October edition, we have an exclusive interview with director Frédérique Pressmann regarding her impressive documentary ‘CABANYAL ANY ZERO.’ Founded by Romans and developed by the Moors, Valencia has a rich history. For the first time, we take a look at JEWISH VALENCIA. Veganism is becoming an increasingly popular choice and we have an interview with the owner of ‘RESTAURANTE THE VURGER’ especially for our readers. DAVID de LIMÓN is a legendary
Street Artist in Valencia and Spain. We interview him about his work. We report on the library and café-bar multi-space that is ‘LA BATISFERA’ in the dynamic barrio of Cabanyal. In ‘Art in Valencia’ we have an exclusive interview with the legendary photographer and filmmaker LARRY CLARK regarding his work and exhibition at ‘Espaivisor’ in Valencia. JOHN MAYALL is a music legend and is regarded as the ‘Godfather of the British Blues.’ We have an exclusive interview with Mayall as he prepares for his concert in Valencia this October. We give thanks and blessings to all our readers. 24/7 Valencia team
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CABANYAL ANY ZERO AN EXCLUSIVE INTERVIEW WITH DOCUMENTARY DIRECTOR FRÉDÉRIQUE PRESSMANN
24/7 Valencia: What does the title “Cabanyal Year Zero” refer to? Frederique Pressmann: The title is in reference to the restoration of ‘El Cabanyal’, which refers to the time after the “war” between the local government and the residents, so to speak. People started using that phrase in 2015, after the monumental elections, referring to it as the beginning of a new era. I chose that as the title because it felt like the most relevant way of defining this moment of change in 2015. This year marked a new start to Cabanyal, one with more hope. What is your fondest memory of El Cabanyal? I lived there for a few years. I arrived in 2012 before the changes, when things were pretty politically stuck. People in the community were losing hope but at the same time there was a unique kind of freedom there, it moved me. Rent was very cheap and there were lots of community places like ‘L’Escola’, it felt like a dream neighbourhood. You can live there for very little money and be surrounded by lots of beauty and interesting people. There was a time when living there was really fun and exciting, it really felt like you were at the beginning of something. Did you feel as though you were a member of the community when you stayed in El Cabanyal? Yes, it took me almost a year before I actually started shooting. I spent that time trying to understand the people, learning the history and all of the intricacies of the place because I wanted to make it for them. So it took me a while but after a few months of shooting I felt like I had really become part of the community, it was really powerful. People saw me all the time and they even called me “the woman with the camera.” Now, when I come back to visit, everyone knows me. What does “home” mean to the residents of El Cabanyal? I think that for many people, it has a different meaning because some people grew up there and their
family is from there so they have this long-term connection with all of the history there. But there are also lots of people who moved there later on to show support for the place because of the struggle. There were people who were attracted to the kind of activism and cultural life that chose to make El Cabanyal their home; they have a very strong connection to it as well. It’s really striking to me that there are people who have been there for years who now have to move out due to rising rent. What would you say defines the identity of El Cabanyal? In a way, it has many identities. The connection to the sea is very important since it was a fisherman’s village for a long time. However, the fisherman have disappeared for at least 50 years. The notion of El Cabanyal being a rebellious place is also very grounded in their identity. It was independent for a long time, called Poblano Del Mar, it was separate from Valencia and it was really opposed to Franco during the civil war. The people here
have also held on to the Valenciano language. All of that was before the actual attacks on the place. The attacks were met with a lot of resistance for 20 years. I would say an independent spirit is deeply tied to their identity. What do you think drives the residents of El Cabanyal to fight for the preservation of their identity and cul ture? They feel very attached to their identity. During the struggle against the destruction, they were fighting for the survival of their homes and neighbourhoods. Today, a lot of the residents are confused because the attacks on their identity are not so much physical destruction as much as the gentrification process. I think that many people are at a loss at how to resist that process; these are forces that are hard to fight against. Many houses are getting renovated now and the area is getting nicer so it’s getting more expensive and people have to move out. We no longer live with the feeling that it will be destroyed but at the same time many things
are rapidly disappearing. People are confused on how to protect the neighbourhood from this process. Most of the people who have been fighting are gone and many places have closed down so there is less ground for them to fight on. That’s something that makes me pretty sad. What effect did the elections of 2015 and 2019 have on El Cabanyal? 2015 was when the former mayor Rita Barberá was evicted. That was a major change as that was the end of the destructive process. Barberá wanted to destroy half the neighbourhood and the new elected mayor said that he will not let that happen and he suppressed the urbanistic plan and put an end to all of that. There was a lot of hurt around the idea that the neighbourhood will be reconstructed and will be gone. In a way, the movement drew from the struggle and created positive change regarding the neighbourhood. There was a major change. 2015 was also the beginning of the gentrification process because before then it
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was hard to buy houses there because you never knew if they would be destroyed or not. In 2019, the same government more or less has been elected and it’s gonna be a continuation, many people are critical of their choices because they are focusing their funds on the wrong things. For example, there has been very little government action for rebuilding in ground zero even though they actually own a lot of the land. Earlier this year, there was a new urban plan and it is heavily criticized in the neighbourhood because it allows High-rises and new constructions. We don’t know yet if there will be any changes or actions, it’s hard to say, we’ll see. What policies do you think should be put in place to protect the residents of El Cabanyal? The local government owns a lot of land because the previous one was buying houses to tear them down to build the avenue. What they could’ve done with this land is to rent it to groups of people who would in turn build houses as a way to renovate. Renting the land for people to rebuild houses and giving them some very long term relief on
the land. But it wasn’t done. Another policy would be to put a limit on rent increases or limit the amount of apartments being rented to tourists. Right now, many apartments are being turned into touristic apartments for a few months out of the year and that prevents yearlong residents having a place to live. There is a strong network of activist and cultural groups based in the neighbourhood and the local government should work with them. For example, the community gardens there are flourishing and it attracts many neighbours. However, this area in the new plan will be ruined for new buildings, which shows a total lack of interest for this kind of community work. This should be the opposite; the government needs to work with the community members to keep this network active. I don’t have much faith in their political vision. What do you think El Cabanyal will look like in ten years? I hope I’m wrong but I think it’s gonna be very renovated and pretty with upscale bars and restaurants in the small streets. Unfortunately, I think a lot of the people who have been living there will be gone because it’s
gonna be impossible for the poor and working-class people to afford to live there. Within 10 years, many original residents will be gone and the culture will go with them. The area has been changing fast and drastically. To compare, I grew up in the centre of Paris, a place that went through intense gentrification. Now the area has almost nothing to do with the neighbourhood I grew up in. There is still something about it that i’m connected to but it’s still very painful for me to watch this gentrification process. I think something similar will happen in El Cabanyal. The partial destruction that took place since 1998 also kept the place in a frozen bubble away from gentrification. So when the threat disappeared with the new government it was like opening the bubble and suddenly the area was exposed to this “virus” of gentrification, which came at a very high speed. I see it happening at such a high rate because in 4 years it has already changed dramatically. I arrived in 2012 and then I moved in 2013 and then i moved out in 2017. But i come back very frequently. Interview by Nathalie Feingold Copyright 24/7 Valencia
JEWISH VALENCIA JEWISH VALENCIA
There is a long and tragic history associated with the presence of Judaism in Valencia. At its height, during the Medieval period, Valencia had one of the largest and most prominent Jewish communities in the Iberian Peninsula. Under Moorish reign, the Jews that resided here were held under restrictions and laws that forbade them from holding positions of power/ authority over any Muslim. Despite the restrictions, there was still a rather flourishing and established Jewish community in Valencia. At the time of the Christian Reconquest regarding the Moors in 1238 A.D., an estimated 2,000 Jews were living here. Jewish families made up about 9% of the population in Valencia at this
time. These families typically worked in agriculture or as craftsmen. However, many were also employed as tax collectors, civic administrators or, in one case, as the chief advisor to the King. Shortly after, in 1244, Jews were granted the whole eastern-quarter where the Santa Catalina Church stands today. This was known as the “Jew Gate”, which led to the Jewish Cemetery. Today, the former Jewish cemetery is now the location of an ‘El Corte Ingles’ shopping mall. However, the destruction of the physical evidence of Sephardic Valencia has not killed its strong influence and spirit. The influence is recognized on Calle Luis Vives, a street named after the famous Jewish scholar and humanist, Juan Luis Vives. The spirit is possibly felt the strongest
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around Calle Del Mar, the site of the former Jewish Quarter. For a period within time in this once expansive quarter, the Jews had many freedoms. The community was permitted to judge lawsuits according to Jewish law and Jewish prisoners were granted to return home on Shabbat (Sabbath). However, even during these seemingly promising times, the Jewish community was still subject to restrictive policies by the Christian royalty. Such policies included: high taxes, regulations on oaths, and the order for Jews to wear a signifying “cloak.” In 1283, their freedom was further restricted as King Pedro (Peter III of Aragon) dictated that no Jew should hold any public office over Christians. In the 1370s, with rising tensions, King Peter IV of Aragon imposed that Jews were only permitted to live inside the Juderia. Violence exploded on July 9th, 1391 when a group of young Christians infiltrated the Jewish Quarter. This attack is known as the Massacre of 1391: an anti-Semitic act where Jewish homes were ransacked and robbed, Jewish women were abused in their homes, and at least 250 people were killed in the bloodshed. Many Jews accepted a forced baptism to Christianity to escape certain death while others fled the area. This historically marked the end of the once-prominent Jewish presence in Valencia. Justice
Justice was never served since some of the guilty parties came from wealthy and powerful Christian families. The Jewish community and much of the culture was essentially wiped out. Nothing from the quarter had survived from the Massacres of 1391. The three known synagogues were either destroyed or turned into churches before the 15th century, including the once esteemed synagogue which was converted into a monastery known as the Church of San Cristóbal. This tragic and senseless event was the main factor of what wiped out much of the presence of Jewish Valencia. Furthermore, Jews were no longer permitted to enter the city for longer than eight days. The times of terror were far from over as less than a century later the Spanish Inquisition began. With the inquisition came the Article © 2019 24/7 Valencia
brutal banishment of Jewish life and culture, which in effect wiped out hundreds of years of unique Sephardic culture. These were increasingly dangerous times for Jewish people. Then came the Alhambra Decree of 1492. This, also known as the Edict of Expulsion, was issued on March 31st by representatives for the Catholics of Spain. This edict prohibited the practice of Judaism. With this, over 200,000 Jews converted to Catholicism while many other thousands were expelled from Spain, forcing Jews out of the country. As feature writers David Rhead & José Marín wrote in a previous ‘24/7 Valencia’ article about history: “Despite the prejudices of the time, two Valencians of Jewish origin ended up playing a key role in renaissance Europe. One of them, Luis Vives, a true Renaissance man helped to develop the ideas that formed modern Europe. The other, Luis de Santangel, was instrumental in the discovery of America. Both triumphed as “Christians” having to pragmatically keep their true faith secret and both ended up being buried in Christian churches.”
The only option for those who wanted to preserve their religion and culture was to flee. This led to Valencia becoming a “port of embarkation” for those being pushed out and forced to relocate their homes. This edict was revoked in 1968. Around the 19th ©emlawrdesign Century, some Jews started to slowly return to Spain as synagogues were opening in Madrid. Synagogues closed again during the Spanish Civil War in the years of 1936 to 1939. Jewish life returned public in 1947. Around this time, more Jewish people returned from Europe and North Africa. Spain was neutral during World War II, which led to over 25,000 Jews coming to Spain with the promise of protection and citizenship to Eastern European Jews. Many Jews fled to Spain during this time. Spain was a place for refuge during this war and, after 1945; Barcelona became the main refugee centre. The Jewish community was officially re-established in Valencia in the 1970s and the city is now home to a thriving Jewish society centred around education, worship and community. Juan Luis Vives would be proud to see it. The Jewish
Masorti community known as ‘Aviv’ began in 2004. This modern community encourages all of the Jewish faith to integrate tradition and history into their lifestyles for a fulfilling and close-knit connection to each other. This Community focuses on education, activities, and festivals. Some classes and activities are offered that inform people on history, culture, and religion. For example, there are holiday celebrations, classes to prepare children for their Bar or Bat Mitzvahs and Hebrew courses. Those interested in connecting with their roots or simply learning more about the rich Jewish culture in Valencia should visit the website: https://masortiolami.org In 1996 the “Network of Jewish Spanish Quarters” was created. These are a collection of 18 cities that help promote the knowledge and tourism of Jewish areas in Spain. These municipalities have architecture, cultural, and historical Jewish heritage in them. This organization focuses on defending and celebrating Jewish culture internationally by spreading knowledge of the Jewish people and their traditions. Today, there are an estimated 50,000 Spanish Jews, with most in Madrid and Barcelona. Much of this population are Jews who have returned to Spain seeking refuge from exile in Morocco. A recent study shows that about 20% of Spanish people have Jewish descent. Just recently, in 2014,
Sephardic Jews were granted were leaders that married within Spanish Citizenship without having the elite of the already established to live in Spain after being expelled Goths to increase their power. in 1492. There have been various genetic The award-winning Valencian studies amongst the population musician Mara Aranda is keeping of the Peninsula and it has been the Sephardic Jewish tradition determined that a good percentage very much alive (on record and of the population on the peninsula in concert) with her trilogy of today has Muslim and Jewish blood. extensively researched albums Time and again, it has been written dealing with Jewish Spain and that the Jews and Muslims were the diaspora that settled in Turkey all expelled and that there was an & Morocco that was created by extreme ethnic cleansing. However, the expulsion of Jews from their more recent studies show that homeland of Spain. genetically this was not the case. People changed their surname and 24/7 Valencia: Where does your imitated the customs of the rest of interest come from regarding the the population until their past was Sephardic history of Spain? finally diluted. Some people make Mara Aranda: “It most probably the effort to really discover their comes from my extensive interest ancestral lineage, like in my case, in History. I am interested in the but that is another story and will coexistence of many different probably be a book one day…” cultures including Iberians, Celts, Romans, Greeks, Carthaginians, The city name Valencia has led to Muslims and Visigoths during so Jewish surnames including Valensi many centuries in major towns and Valenci in Spain, Valensin in along the Iberian coast. This France, and Valensy in Tunis. Due makes our genetic population a to the ability to interchange “b” and true melting pot of cultures. It is “v” sounds in Spanish, there have a proven fact that they mixed. For also been records of Balensy and example, regarding the Muslim Balansi from Italy. elites when they conquered parts of Spanish Peninsula in the 8th Article by Natalie Goldman & century, it is recorded that there Quincy Walter
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VALENCIA WINES SIX WINES AND FIVE CHAMPAGNES RIKI WIGLEY & MARIAN DARÁS OF VÍ VID This month we look at seven wines from DO Valencia and 6 Champagnes from Taittinger. DO Valencia covers the parts of the province not covered by DO Utiel-Requena and DO Cava. Alicante and Castellon have their own controlling bodies. It is split into a number of sub-zones which cover the area from Xativa to Font de la Figuera (Clariano), Calles to Alpuente (Alto Turia), Cheste to Lliria (Valentino) and around Montserrat, Turis and Chiva (Moscatel de Valencia). In this part of the article we look at wines from some of the cooperatives. 1. Cantalares Merseguera 2018, Bodegas El Vilar, DO Valencia, (Valentino) 12%ABV. The town of Vilar Del Arzobispo is home to Bodegas El Vilar whose vineyards are in the Valentino. This wine comes from sandy and chalky soils between 500-900m above sea level. Fermented in stainless steel following maceration with the whole berry and of free run juice only. Pale yellow in colour with gold flashes. On the nose this has sweet/sour white fruit, white flowers and citrus pulp. In the mouth it is full of flavour, fragrant herbs, is fresh, balanced, distinct and invites a second taste. 2. Henri Marc Malvasia 2018, La Baronía de Turis,DO Valencia (Moscatel de Valencia) 12%ABV. Although the bodega is in the Moscatel zone, it produces a whole range of wines from other varieties and this Malvasia is an example. Handpicked grapes, whole berry maceration, fermentation in stainless steel. After this, it is aged in the bodega in bottle for a period. Bright straw colour with light steely tones. Clean. An interesting range of aromas which is typical of the variety, summer fruits, peach, spicy aromas, toasty notes, dried fruits (figs), nuts, vanilla and citrus notes. In the mouth, elegant, smooth, medium-bodied and well-balanced. 3. Juan de Juanes Vendimia Oro Chardonnay 2016, Bodega La Viña DO Valencia (Clariano) 12.5%ABV. From La Viña in Font de la Figuera. This 100% Chardonnay is fermented in Allier oak. Pale yellow colour, clean and bright. On the nose, nuts and well-integrated oaky notes. In the mouth, complex and well-structured. Well-balanced between the aromas, wood and minerals. 4. ‘Sí’ Garnacha Tintorera 2018, Bodegas Vinados Cent Piques, DO Valencia (Valentino) 14.5%ABV. This wine is from pie franco vines, en vaso, and has undergone fermentation in stainless steel. We had tasted the must after pressing then the wine from deposit before bottling and have been looking forward to the final wine being released, which it will be just as soon as the back labels are released. Deep purple in colour, medium-bodied with long, slow, fat legs.
Concentrated mature black fruits with a cover of fresh red fruits. Wild herbs, ‘garriga’, dark chocolate on an intense nose. Fresh, intense with good acidity on entry, full-bodied with black fruits, minerals from the chalky soils, a long fruity finish. This is young; it will round out with more time in bottle and will develop well. 5. Juan de Juanes Petit Verdot, 2017, Bodegas La Viña DO Valencia (Clariano) 13.5%ABV. Petit Verdot is the variety, which is part of the ‘seasoning’ mix of Bordeaux. It has settled well in the Valencian Community where it produces full-bodied dry red wines of some character. Brilliant black cherry colour with violet tones. Long legs. Red and black fruits on the nose and a little banana, with graphite, toasty notes from the crianza in American oak. Fresh on entry with body and well-integrated tannins. Long finish in which the tannins become almost sweet. 6. Mistelanova Montserrat Vino de Licor de Moscatel, Coop Montserrat, DO Valencia (Moscatel de Valencia) 15.0%ABV. This is a standard Mistela, grape juice stopped before fermentation and with natural residual sugars. This is lighter than some Mistelas and all the more pleasant for it. Old gold, slightly orange at the edge, clean and bright. Fresh and clean on the nose. Honeyed white stone fruit, yellow peach, orange flower, orange peel. In the mouth it is clean, fresh, dense, unctuous, with something herby, citric and has good acidity. Long finish.
V VALENCIA WIN Noir, 40% Chardonnay and 15% Pinot Meunier from Les Riceys and Montagne de Reims and 12% ABV. Rose to Strawberry in colour with fine persistent bubbles it has fresh aromas of raspberry, strawberry and cherry fruit. It is elegant in the mouth, finishing with chalky and mineral notes. Taittinger ‘Folies de la Marquetteria’, predominantly Chardonnay (55%) with 45%Pinot Noir 12%ABV. Intense yellow in colour with fine persistent bubbles. Peach and apricot jam, patisserie, brioche and vanilla on the nose. In the mouth body, fruit, with yellow peach, long powerful finish with notes from the oa k in which the free run juice is fermented.
Taittinger, Comtes de Champagne, Grands Crus Blanc de Blanc 2007. This is an exceptional Chardonnay made only in the very best years. The bubbles are light and abundant; it is pale yellow in colour. The nose is intense, abundant notes of cream, patisserie and richly aromatic. In the mouth the well-integrated bubbles lead to a tight, well-defined attack, the wine is full with a good balance, fruit, blood grapefruit. The finish is rich, long and complex with a delightful fresh aspect. Taittinger Prelude is 50% each of Chardonnay and Pinot Noir. This is made exclusively from Grands Cru vineyards and, following fermentation of the juice from the first pressing and 5 years en rima, provides a Champagne which is at once delicate and well-structured and for keeping. The balance between the minerality of the Chardonnay and expressivity of the Pinot Noir is exceptional. A ChamChampagne Taittinger was the subject of a special tast- pagne full of complex and rich flavours. ing in Valencia recently and you can read more about it in our blog (vvidblog.com) The wines are available from El Corte Inglés or on-line. Taittinger is one of the best houses in Champagne with extensive vineyards across Riki Wigley & Marian Daras the region, including Grands Crus. Taittinger Champagne, Brut Reserve. Chardonnay and Pinot Noir are blended in this 12% ABV champagne. Pale yellow, it is noted for its floral nose. Crisp citric notes and white flowers are evident in this elegant wine, perfect for an aperitif. Taittinger Prestige Rosé Brut, 35% Pinot Noir, 40% Chardonnay and 15% Pinot Meunier. Champagne from Les Riceys and Montagne de Reims and 12% ABV. Rose to Strawberry in colour with fine persistent bubbles it has fresh aromas of raspberry, strawberry and cherry fruit. It is elegant in the mouth,
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FOOD BY HELEN WESTWATER OF LA OLA FRESCA TRICKLE TREAT GINGERBREAD CAKE FOR HALLOWEEN Once upon a time... Two little children, cast out of their home deep into the dark woods. A plan with pebbles to mark their way foiled and the plan B of breadcrumbs eaten by the birds. Lost, forlorn and hungry. Things are indeed looking ‘Grimm’ for our two waifs, but suddenly, their noses invaded by an intoxicating strange and deliciously sweet aroma; they are led to a house built of gingerbread and candy! And the sinister carnivore tale unfolds... At ‘La Ola Fresca’ we have been long using ginger to catch people in our web! Mainly, I hope, for its good witch all pervasive anti-inflammatory powers, anti-nausea and anti-oxidant qualities. The cultivation of this warming and invocative spice goes back 5000 years and is top ingredient on my list of potions. In this recipe for our ‘Treacle Treat Gingerbread Cake’ butter melts in your pot with dark brown sugar and treacle, mixed with ginger, flour, milk and egg. Scents and colours are brought together, as mesmerizing as any spell and that’s before you even eaten it!
TREACLE TREAT GINGERBREAD CAKE 225g / 1/2 lb Selfraising flour or plain flour with 1 dessert spoon baking powder mixed in 1 tablespoon dried oatmeal 2 heaped teaspoons dried ginger Pinch of salt 60g/2oz dark brown demerara sugar 85g/3oz butter
60g/2oz dark brown demerara sugar 85g/3oz butter 1/2lb 226g Dark Treacle * or mix with golden syrup Cup of milk approx 1 free range egg * If you can’t find treacle use molasses (melaza in Spanish) in equal quantity
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Method Heat the oven to 350F 180C. Prepare a medium size loaf tin with baking paper. Sieve all the dry ingredients together. Warm sugar, butter and treacle, without over-heating. Warm milk and beat egg being careful not to overheat. This is the intoxicating moment; combine all ingredients and mix thoroughly. Pour into a greased and lined baking tin and bake for about 1 ½ hours being
careful not to burn the outer layers. Drop oven temperature if necessary. Remove from oven when a skewer comes out clean and centre is firm. To create your Hansel and Gretel witch’s house, decorate the roof with candy and use piped icing sugar to draw windows and doors. If you think your captives need feeding up, slap extra butter or cheddar cheese on your slices of gingerbread. Please beware of the chicken bone trick! As for our dear Hansel and Gretel, they pushed the witch in the oven, nicked her jewels and probably the gingerbread house, mysteriously forgave their father, were never hungry again and lived happily ever after!
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THE VURGER (VEGAN FAST FOOD) THE VURGER INTERVIEW
24/7 Valencia: Can you tell us about the background of ‘The Vurger’… The Vurger: I have always enjoyed fast food, but since becoming a vegan 9 years ago i wanted to still enjoy this style of eating so i decided to create my own brand of vegan fast food, which I could see didn’t actually exist on the market in 2015. I researched the field, created my own brand and started ‘The Vurger’, committing myself to find the best products & flavours. I combined this with a fresh image and good music, topped off with good service…which is essential. What is your philosophy? Vegan food, which is fast food and that it is tasty for the customers. It’s a fast food restaurant that the entire world can come and enjoy our products and be surprised at our attractive flavours and with similar textures to meat! What are yout specialities? Actually, the most popular vurgers are the ‘Original con bacon vegan’ and ‘La Hawaiana’ that is with quorn and is a bit spicy. The ‘Yuba brochetas’ skewers are fantastic
and the public love them. We now have delicious ‘Beyond’ burgers imported from the U.S.A. It is the “world’s first plant-based burger that looks, cooks, and satisfies like beef without GMOs, soy, or gluten.” Tell us about your fries and drinks… We have different types of fries, the normal thinly-sliced fries with a delicious McCain flavour, rustic fries and larger fries. We also have boniato sweet potato fries, imported from the UK and USA. We were the first in Spain to have introduced these types of fries to the public. We have drinks on tap, including beer from the barrel and ecological drinks. What types of salads do you have? We have a vegan chicken flavour ‘Cesar ‘salad, a dried fruits ‘Frutos Secos’ salad and a pineapple & pink sauce ‘Piña y Salsa Rosa’ salad. Are there any desserts that you would recommend? Yes, we always have ‘Tarta Red Velvet’ cake, Carrot Cake and Black Forest ‘Selva Negra’ cake. You can also enjoy our Brownies, Waffles
(Gofres) and ‘Helado Soft’ Ice Cream. What is your public? We attract young people and families, it’s a really great place to dine, the food is fun and really tasty and everyone is pleasantly surprised by this combination. What are your plans with ‘The Vurger’? I am making this brand a reference point for vegan fast food. I am currently introducing new products and promotions as well as new merchandising to that will make the Vurger brand grow, including a line of clothing and accessories too. Interview by 24/7 Valencia team
C/Muro Santa Ana, 3 46003 Zona del Plaza de la Virgen Movil: 672 32 62 33 http://thevurger.com @TheVurgerCompany Article © 2019 24/7 Valencia
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ARTS & THEATRE please visit www.247valencia.com for addresses of museums and theatres
MUSEUMS / GALLERIES ATENEO MERCANTIL Van Gogh Alive Hasta 20 octubre
Nicolás Ortigosa. Obres 2002-2018 Hasta 13 octubre 2019 La mirada de las cosas Hasta 2 febrero 2020 HERENCIAS. ALQUERÍAS DE LA HUERTA Hasta 13 octubre sheela gowda. ‘remains (restos)’ Desde 25 octubre hasta 1 marzo 2020
CENTRO CULTURAL BANCAJA
Entre Equipo Realidad y el silencio Jorge Ballester Hasta 13 octubre Julio Romero de Torres Hasta 12 enero 2020 sebastián nicolau. ‘land’ Hasta 6 enero 2020
CENTRE DEL CARME
‘la misma sombra’ isidro lópez aparicio Hasta 13 octubre ‘pasado y presente, la memoria y su construcción’ ana teresa ortega Hasta diciembre ‘preguntes i respostes’ art contemporani DE LA generalitat valenciana Desde 4 octubre
CIUDAD DE LAS ARTES Y LAS CIENCIAS
(L’Hemisferic, Museu de les Ciencies Principe Felipe, L’Oceanografic) www.cac.es
LARRY CLARK Hasta 22 noviembre
Manuel Rey Fueyo. Pintura Siglo XXI Desde 14 junio 2019
Pintura Moderna y Contemporánea de los Siglos XIX y XX Exposición permanente
GALERIA LUIS ADELANTADO ‘Mulholland Drive’ Álex Marco Hasta 21 noviembre ‘Boiler Room’ ‘SLURP, GLUG’ Esther Gatón Hasta 21 noviembre
IVAM - INSTITUT VALENCIÀ D’ART MODERN
EXPOSICIONES IVAM ‘El espíritu de una época’ Ignacio Pinazo en colección IVAM Hasta 29 diciembre ‘º123’ - Sala de la biblioteca Hasta 6 Octubre ‘TIEMPOS CONVULSOS. Historias y microhistorias en colección IVAM’ Hasta 19 abril 2020 ‘Materia, espacio y tiempo’ Julio González y las vanguardias Hasta 2021 ‘Sexopolíticas del cine marginal: años 70 y 80’ Sala de la biblioteca Hasta 6 Octubre ‘Hilando ideas. Tejiendo arte’ Hasta 27 Octubre Lara Almarcegui. ‘Volcán de Agras. Derechos mineros’ Hasta 27 Octubre ‘Acta’ SUSANA SOLANO Hasta 13 Octubre ’un bárbaro en europa’ Jean Dubuffet Hasta 16 febrero 2020 ’Reinventando la representación: Arte holandés de entreguerras’ De 25 septiembre a 19 enero 2020 ’zineb sedira’ De 30 octubre a 26 enero 2020
SEPTEMBER october 19 Mundo Romano, dinero Exposición permanente Historia de Valencia en 8 Periodos Exposición permanente
MUSEO VALENCIÀ D’ETNOLOGIA Jarque. ‘la càmara y la vida’ Hasta 5 enero 2020
‘l’AVENTURA DEL PENSAMIENTO’ Exposición permanente ‘TORRE ISLÁMICA’ Exposición permanente ‘VALENCIA SEGÚN EL PARE TOSCA’ Exposición permanente Mario Gomez ‘Involución’ Hasta octubre ‘DAVANTALS VIVENCIALS’ Hasta 15 noviembre
Jan Kalab ‘Bent Horizons’ Hasta 8 noviembre
UNIVERSITAT DE VALENCIA LA NAU
‘gente y lugares’. gabriel cualladó en la colección del ivam Hasta diciembre ‘art públic / universitat pública’ xxII mostra d’art públic Hasta 31 octubre ISABEL OLIVER, CUARENTA AÑOS DE ARTE COMPROMETIDO (1970-2009) Hasta 3 noviembre Premio de adquisición 2019 Colección Cañada Blanch 6ª edición Desde 27 septiembre ‘ABUELAS, INVENTORAS Y VAMPIRAS’ ANA PENYAS, ÁNGEL MUÑOZ, JUANJO CUERDA, JULIO A. SERRAN Hasta 27 octubre
L’ IBER DE LOS SOLDADITOS DE PLOMO
PALAU DE LES ARTS OPERA
INSTITUTO FRANCÉS DE VALENCIA
CENTRE CULTURAL LA BENEFICÈNCIA
Exposición permanente: ‘Guardias Españolas, Colecciones Valencianas, Almansa, Vida Cotidiana, Tirant y Serie Histórica’ ‘AVENTURAS EN EL DESIERTO’ Exposición temporal
MUSEO DE BELLAS ARTES SAN PIO V
Renacimiento Barroco Pintura Gótica La Pintura Académica La Pintura de los Siglos XIX y XX Colección Permanente El inicio de la pintura moderna en España: Sorolla y su tiempo Hasta 30 agosto 2020 GYPSUM formando artistas Hasta 13 octubre Picasso - Cela: dibujos, escritos y cerámicas. Colección Gabarrón Hasta 20 octubre
MUSEO DE PREHISTORIA
Prehistoria, Cultura Ibérica, © 2019 24/7 Valencia
‘Le nozze di Figaro’ Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart 2 y 4 octubre - 20.00h / 6 octubre - 18h sarsuela ‘la tabernera del puerto’ pablo sorozábal 27 octubre y 3 noviembre - 18.00h 29 y 31 octubre - 20.00h 2 noviembre - 19.00h lied - piotr beczala (tenor) con sarah tysman al piano en sala principal 20 octubre - 18.00h
THEATRE / TEATRO CIRCUITO CAFE TEATRO
www.salarussafa.es ‘HISTORIA DE UNA CUNETA’ 20 octubre - 18.00h
SEPTEMBER october 19 19 ‘macbeth. no voy a morir’ De 18 a 27 octubre
‘#PEPITAIMARIUA’ ANA MARIA, JUAN Y PEPA CASES De 3 a 6 octubre ‘El testament de maria’ la dependent De 10 a 13 octubre ‘el moviment’ companyia teatre micalet De 23 octubre a 23 de noviembre
‘la traviata’ ópera en 3 actos de giuseppe verdi 14 octubre ‘flash dance, el musical’ De 17 octubre a 3 noviembre
24/7 VALENCIA LISTINGS
live music 16 TONELADAS
(Zona Campanar) Calle Ricardo Micó, 3 Facebook 16 Tonelades New rock club and indie disco in the Campanar area, near the Rio Turia.
(Zona Aragón) C/ Polo y Peyrolón, 15 Tel. 96 393 36 63 Top choice for music lovers who love it live. jazz, blues, R’n’B, soul, funk, FLamenco, rock, world music, jam sessions and more... See listings.
CAFÉ DEL DUENDE
‘Con poquito me conformo’ Óscar Tramoyeres De 14 septiembre a 11 enero 2020 ‘EL TORO Y LA LUNA’ PANORAMA FLAMENCO 15 octubre
(Zona Carmen) C/ Túria, 62 Tel. 630 455 289 www.cafedelduende.com Great club specialising in authentic FLamenco music and culture. See listings.
C/ Túria, 47 96 384 11 85 / 680 635 105 WWW.OFFVALENCIA.COM
(Zona Ruzafa) C/ Sueca, 27 Tel. 96 341 83 78 www.cafemercedes.es
CINEMA / CINE FILMOTECA IVAC OCTUBRE 2019
CRÍMENES Y SOMBRAS: EL CINE NEGRO CLÁSICO Hasta 31 enero 2020 la alimentación sostenible en el cine Hasta 29 diciembre les arts en la filmoteca Hasta 10 mayo 2020 prime the animation 7! De 3 a 6 octubre menuda filmo: prime the animation junior De 5 a 6 octubre premio docma 2019 De 3 a 8 octubre roberto gavaldón, maestro del melodrama mexicano De 8 octubre a 21 noviembre r.w. fassbinder ‘amor y rabia’ De 11 octubre a 28 junio de 2020 estrenos filmoteca De 15 a 20 octubre cine por venir De 17 a 19 octubre vestidas de azul: la ‘mujer trans’ en el cine español de los años 80 23 octubre
arte & estudio -photography-
693 704 520 www.victorarandagarcia.es
CAFÉ MERCEDES JAZZ
CAFÉ PUB MURNAU
(Zona Blasco Ibañez) C/Impresor Palmert Lambert, 5 Tel: 96 0 093 67 84
DELUXE POP CLUB
(Zona Plaza Cedro) C/ Poeta Mas y Ros 42, Zona Cedro www.deluxepopclub.com
(Zona plaza cedro) Plaza Cedro,1 Valencia 46022 Tel:963 55 15 58 wix.com/pub-el-asesino Established in 1984 and open again with live rock music and more…
ESPAI MUSICAL SKALA
C/ San Vicente Ferrer n17 LLIRIA, Spain Movil: 651 17 03 73 www.facebook.com/EspaiSkala/ Jazz. Soul, Fusion, World Music and more…
www.facebook.com/FunkSociedad/ ‘FunkSociedad’ is a playful, cultural collective made up of friends and professionals that brings together different artists, DJs, producers and people from the world of entertainment, whose purpose is to support the music scene
(Zona Carmen) Carrer del Poeta Liern, 33 Tel:963 52 88 99 Jam sessions every week including jazz, blues, flamenco…
HARDROCK CAFÉ VALENCIA Zona Pl Ayuntamiento) Av, Marques de Sotelo, 6 Tel:962 56 56 53 Live shows every month
JARITÉ ESPAI OBERT
C/Buenos Aires n˚8. (ZONA RUZAFA) Valencia Tel: 658 38 48 59 www.jarite.orgacoustic Acoustic music including tango. Boleros, flamenco, Brazilian, jazz and more…
C/ Jerusalem, 55 (Zona Centro) www.jerusalemclub.es Live pop & rock music near the train station…
(Zona Ruzafa) C/ Pinto Salvador Abril, 20 See Facebook for more details Acoustic gigs at 19.30h with indie often being the avour.
(Zona Cabanyal) C/ de la Iglesia del Rosario, 8 Movil:606 88 20 00 www.elvientobar.com Live flamenco every Wednesday. Live blues every Thursday.
ENVIVO LIVE SHOWS & FOOD
(Zona Ruzafa) Calle Sevilla, 27 Movil: 665 42 34 20 Newish, fairly spacious live music venue with friendly owners and tapas choices to enjoy too. © 2019 24/7 Valencia
JIMMY GLASS JAZZ BAR
(Zona Carmen) C/ Baja, 28 www.jimmyglassjazz.net Legendary and prestigious jazz club in the classic New York style with an authentic jazz atmosphere, integrated on the international live jazz circuit, where every week you can see famous international live bands
24/7 VALENCIA LISTINGS from the modern jazz world. Mítico y prestigioso club de jazz de estilo neoyorquino, con una átmosfera auténticamente jazzística, donde pueden verse todas las semanas guras internacionales del jazz contemporáneo.
JIMMY GLASS OCTOBER CONCERTS OCT 10th 22:30 SANTI NAVALÓN TRIO OCT 12TH 22:30 ALEX CONDE VALENCIA JUNCTION OCT 17TH 22:30 THE SMILEN TRIO OCT 18TH 22:30 AGUSTÍN LEAL TRIO OCT 19TH 22:30 THE SOCIETY OCT 24TH 20:45 GREG WARD’S ROGUE PARADE Consulta la web: www.jimmyglassjazz.net
(Zona Benimaclet) C/Arquitecto Arnau, 16 961131706 - 663 702 960 lk kafcafe.blogspot.com Atmospheric, literary café-bar with regular live gigs and jams.
LIVE MUSIC & COLD BEERS +Dj’s A live music venue run by music lovers for music lovers. Un local de música en vivo dirigido por amantes de la música para los amantes de la música.
(Zona Carmen) C/ Museo, 10 Jazz jam every Wednesday evening.
PALAU DE LA MUSICA
(Zona Túria) Paseo de la Alameda, 30 Tel. (+34) 96 337 50 20 E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org www. palaudevalencia.com Excellent classical music concerts in the Rio Túria gardens with musicians fromaroundtheworld.Seewebsitefor current programme.
PETER ROCK RESTAURANTE
(Zona Carmen) C/ Plaza Vicente Iborra 4 Tel: 96 0914304 / Mobile: 601320634 www.peterrock.es
Bulevar Sur, esq Pío IX (Next to Parque La Rambleta) (Zona Jesús) Tel: 96 0011511 www.larambleta.com Fantastic new live venue with great programme of live music and original and alternative theatre.
(Zona Blasco Ibañez) Plaza Xuquer, 3 Tel:963 38 91 51 Jazz jam sessions on Monday and live soul sessions on Thursdays.
(Zona Juan Llorens) C/ Erudito Orellena, 12 Tel. 96 326 05 26 www.lococlub.org
(Zona Blasco Ibáñez) C/ Campoamor, 52 Tel. 96 356 39 42 / 645 792 674 www.wahwahclub.com National and international indie-rock & pop in a student zone...
CLUBS Zona Alameda
AZZA VALENCIA @PALAUALAMEDA C/Arquitecto Mora, 2 palaualameda.com/espacios/azza/ The new “place to be!” From house to 80s to hip-hop to indietronica, depending on the night. Cocktails galore and dancefloor!
C/ Bélgica, 5 House and pop, good mix of DJs and popular with students of all nationalities!
Zona Blasco Ibáñez LA3
LA CHIMENEA DE ZAIDIA
(Zona Puerto) C / Joan Verdeguer, 22-24 www.lamutant.com Live music, theatre, performance art and more…
(City of Arts and Sciences) C/Obispo Jaime Perez, 24 Tel: 96 315 30 58 Live FLamenco show & dinner. www.labuleria.com
C/ Villanueva y Gascons, 2 Tel: 96 327 06 72 www.unacosarara.com Some quality local bands to accompany your Mediterranean meal at this ‘Bistro Musical’ including Jazz, Flamenco, Blues, Fusion, World Music and more...
Calle Ruaya, 3, (BARRIO ZAIDIA) Movil: 688 92 70 59 lachimeneadezaidia.wordpress.com Live music with flamenco and fusion bands and more…
SEPTEMBER october 19
PETER ROCK CLUB
C/ Quart, 26 (Zona Carmen) www.peterrockclub.com Facebook: PeterRockClub Concerts, Live music in the Barrio del Carmen with the emphasis on ROCK!
ROCK ISLAND MUSIC BAR (Zona Benimaclet) Calle Enrique Navarro, 8
(Zona Plaza Cedro) C/ Ramon de Campoamor, 60 www.matisseclub.com Live music with very eclectic programme.
(Zona Patraix) C/ Beato Nicolás Factor, 32 Movil:671 305332 Live rock, indie, jazz and world music.
www.tranquilomusica.com Bringing you the best local, national and international indie bands to Valencia. Keep up the good work!
UNA COSA RARA
(Zona Juan Llorens) © 2019 24/7 Valencia
Avenida Blaso Ibañez, 111 Indietronica, hits, rock & pop, urban sounds… New location for this legendary club!
Zona City of Arts & Sciences L’UMBRACLE
Av. Del Saler, 5 www.umbracleterraza.com Fantastic terrace! Quality cocktails. Commercial music. Popular with the get dressed up crowd. Open from 18h until 7am Thursdays to Sundays MYA (el Club de l’Umbracle) is downstairs and open Thursdays to Saturdays with commercial house music a fixture.
Zona Ruzafa LATEX
C/Carlos Cervera, 23 Movil: 678 64 49 41 Electronica, Funk, House and more in the hip barrio of Ruzafa.
PICCADILLY DISCOTECA CLUB
C/ dels Tomassos, 12. Valencia. One of the wildest and most fun clubs in Valencia
Gran Vía Germanías 31 Valencia 46006 Movil: 687 24 55 49
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XTRA LRGE PLAYGROUND
of the Carmen scene. Open since 1996, with an ample selection of cocktails, gins and beers.
Zona Juan Llorens
Plaza Sant Jaume, 1
LA CAVA DE MARTE
Electronic club in the hip barrio of Ruzafa. Gran Via Germanias, 21(esq Cadiz
Pza / Perez Escrich, 18 Magazine has become an essential part of the rock’n’roll scene in Valencia.
Zona El Carmen GONG
C/ Concordia, 3 (near C/ Caballeros) www.facebook.com/gongvlc Subterranean spot in El Carmen to satisfy the underground explorer.
GO BAR VLC
( Up! Hostel@Main train station) C/Xativa, 24
C/ San Dionisio, 3 Feel ‘heavy metal’ and like hard rock? Plenty of like-minded souls in a loud bar. Rock on!
MR MONKEY VLC
C/ Alta, 11 Excellent cocktails and electronica DJ sessions…
C/ Museo,10 Jazz Jam sessions, rock & roll and more...
PAN DE QUESO
C/ Serranos, 19 Tel:96 3 924 841 Variety of Brazilian cheeses breads, natural juices, croquettes and lovely little terrace.
VIBORA SAVAGE ROCK’N’ ROLL CLUB C/ Quart, 47
Zona calle Jesús C/Marques de Zenete, 5 Movil:625 358 401 Music bar with Soul, Funk, Jazz, Reggae, Blues and Afro music. Co- lourful interior and friendly Spanish and English owners. LIVE MUSIC OF ALL GENRES WITH DJS BETWEEN SETS. Tapas available. The specialist DJs on Fridays and Saturdays from 23.30-- 3.30h. Private parties, cocktails and montaditos available. Fiestas privadas, cocteles y montaditos.
Zona Canovas UPPER CLUB
Gran Via ques del Turia, 40 www.upperclub.es
C/Marti, 4 Naughty and nice with classic disco for people who love to dress up and stay out late!
Zona Plaza Honduras LA PELIGRO
Plaza Rojas Clemente, 5 Tel: 96 00394 Alternative taberna with vegan food and good value too…
Zona Cabanyal BAR LAPACA
C/ del Rosario, 30 Móvil: 637 86 05 28 Very popular hangout for the alternative crowd with tapas and beer at good prices.
BAR WORK IN PROGRESS C/ Marti Grajales, 13 Tel:96 071 57 89
BODEGA LA PESETA
C/ Cristo del Grao, 16 Móvil: 637 86 05 28 Attractive, bohemian interior with crowd to match. Tortilla is a speciality.
C/ Carlos Ros, 32 Tel:96 2045846 www.labatisfera.com New and already popular! Books, magazines, bar, drinks and music! Multi-space in the hip barrio of Cabanyal from the good people of Ubik Café..
Zona Puerto / Playa
LA PILONA - CAFÉ Y CULTURA
AMSTEL ART. VELES E VENTS Edificio Veles e Vents, Planta 0, 46024 Valencia veleseventsvalencia.es/
LO DE PONXE EN EL KINTO PINO
LA FÁBRICA DEL HIELO
Eugenia Viñes, 152. Playa Malvarrosa
C/ Santa Teresa, 19 Tel: 96 391 41 51 A legendary club in Valencia’s old town. Free, eclectic disco. MONDAY: HIP-HOP JAM. TUESDAY: LIVE FLAMENCO. WEDNESDAY: REGGAE JAM. THURSDAY:FUNK TIME. Funky and friendly club.
C/ Guillem de Castro, 133 Movil:629 90 13 96
Plaza Honduras, 37 Tel:693 69 88 19 Open Thurs/Fri/Sat 02.00h -07.00h Ska, Groove, Reggae, Garage, Rock’n’roll and more…
(ZONA PATACONA) Calle de la Patacona Alboraya facebook.com/pg/chiringuitoelocho
La Marina de Valencia Tel: 963 37 47 20 www.highcube.es Dance music by the port.
Plaza San Jaime, 8. Slavia is a long-established classic 20 © 2019 24/7 Valencia
C/ Pavia, 37 Set in the increasingly hip barrio of Cabanyal. Art space with café-bar, art exhibitions, live music and more. (Teatre El Musical) Plaza del Rosario 3, Cabanyal Movil: 611 41 76 84 New creative space at the ‘Teatre el Musical’. La Pilona is diversity, love, art, culture, live music, theatre, improvisation and cold beer!
Zona calle Jesús CRACOVIA BAR
C/ Alcira, 25 Tel: 963 287 456 www.cracoviabar.com Groovy café-bar with healthy cuisine, art exhibitions, live gigs, DJ and more!
Zona El Carmen BEAT BREW BAR
C/Murillo, 22 Friendly welcome. Excellent Coffees, teas, infusions…
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C/ Murillo, 9 Tel:96 0881730 Spanish & Italian tapas, craft beers, cosy setting near Torres de Quart…
SEPTEMBER october 19
605 13 77 81 CAFÉ, COCINA ESPAÑOLA, OPCIONES VEGETARIANAS.
LOLITA COCKTAIL BAR EL CAFETÍN CAFÉ LISBOA Pl. Dr. Collado, 9 Tel. 96 391 94 84 An excellent café bar in one of Valencia’s most atmospheric plazas. Good mixed crowd of students, locals, visitors and a very popular terraza. Open 10:30h and all day until late. Lots of bocadillos, coffees and beers. Barça and Levante football on TV at the weekend. A legendary cafe-bar that is 36 years old. Set in the historic centre. Breakfast, lunch and dinner available everday. Salads, sandwiches, Snacks, Montaditos, Desserts. Fine choice of cocktails including Mojito, Daiquiri, Bloody Mary. Agua de Valencia, Sangria & Paella too. Warm interior and beautiful terrace. Un clásico del centro histórico, terraza amplio, interior relajado, tapas y cócteles. Bohemio, literario, y abierto a todos.
C/ Museu, 7 Tel: 960 72 50 47 Facebook: Café-Museu Bohemia at its best. Tortilla, cheese, ham, esgarraet, alhambra, Turia Marzen, Voll Damn, auctions, liberal crowd, lovely terraza.
CAFÉ DEL NEGRITO Plaza del Negrito, 1. 46001 Tel. 96 391 42 33 Mov. 665 13 05 28 Classic Carmen hangout. Liberal 30-somethings, arty crowd, lots of people wearing glasses!
(Café.Cocktail. Bar) Plaza San Jaume, 2 Movil: 652 38 32 28 email@example.com Situated in the heart of the barrio del carmen in Valencia with more than 30 years of history. This is a relaxing, agreeable and welcoming place where you can enjoy the best of teas and coffees. Specializing in AGUA DE VALENCIA. Un lugar tranquilo,agradable y acogedor donde disfrutar cada dia de los mejores tes y cafés.Especializados en el AGUA DE VALENCIA (LA MEJOR) hecha de formatradicional, con una amplia variedad de COCKTAILS
C/ Pinzón, 17 Movil: 664 422 202 Cocktail specialists since 1971. Hidden away and with a distinctive vintage interior, just a stone’s throw from the Torres de Quart.
Calle Santo Cáliz, 7 46001 606145563 We are in the heart of the city, next to the cathedral and a few meters from the Miguelete. Finally Valencia has a cozy place with spectacular cocktail service. A new concept in elegance and comfort in the purest Art Déco Lounge style.
MONTEREY BAR & DISCOS
C/ Baja, 46B (Barrio del Carmen) Tel: 96 3917 929 www.montereydiscos.es firstname.lastname@example.org facebook: montereybardiscos montereydiscos.bandcamp.com/ Monday –Friday 17h-01h Saturday 12h-15 / 18h-01.30h Sunday and holidays: 18h-01h
C/ Gobernador Viejo, 10 Latin flavor and long-established.. Hidden away in a quiet corner of the old town, this has a fantastic selection of cocktails. Strictly no telephone number, no wi-fi, no website and barely has mobile phone coverage. Great! One for those in the know…
C/ Hospital, 7 Tel:96 1 063 165 Lovely setting! Newish Gastrobar with Lounge & impressive Café Terrace.
LA CAVA DEL NEGRET
C/ Calatrava, 15 Tel: 96 392 33 01 Tel: 963 923 301 lacavadelnegret.com/ A classic in Valencia. Cosy cafe-bar located in the emblematic Plaza del Negrito.
C/ Obispo Don Jerónimo, 4 Movil: 615 692 580 Cultural café bar with live music events. Near C/ Caballeros.
CAFÉ TERTULIA 1900 C/ Alta, 4
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C/ Caballeros, 51 Tel. 96 391 24 01 Valencia Café society par excellence. 21
SEPTEMBER october 19 19 Set in what may be the best corner of the centro histórico, this long established café bar has a cosmopolitan crowd, lots of room upstairs and one of the best terrazas in the city. Watch the characters stroll down C/Caballeros. Sant Jaume es un clásico del centro histórico con unas de las mejores terrazas en Valencia.
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C/ Santo Espíritu, 14 Reservations: 601 169 069 / 601 244 546 Great tapas bar with big terrace and deservedly popular with local bohemian crowd...
RIVENDEL RESTO BAR
GAY / LESBIAN Codigo G
Gay Discoteca & Club (Zona Ruzafa) Carrer dels Tomassos, 14. A Gay disco, next to Russafa market. 3 floors with House, Disco, Guateque, Pop, Petardeo. WEB: codigog-club.blogspot.com.es facebook: codigog
C/ Hospital, 18 Tel: 96 392 32 08 www.rivendelrestobar.com
C/Moret, 4 (just off C/Roteros) Music includes: Ultra-mod, ye-ye, Garage, Britpop 60s. Freak-Beat
THE LOUNGE CAFÉ-BAR
Estameñeria Vieja 2 (behind La Lonja) Tel: 96 391 80 94, www.theloungecafebar.com
C/ Moret, 10 (near Plaza del Carmen)
Zona Ruzafa LA ESCUELA
C/ Denia, 32 Tel:96 3 289 145 www.laescueladeruzafa.org Urban hip! Distinctive & attractive multi-use space. Bar plus different rooms with a nice open-air terraza at the back…
C/ Dénia, 18 Tel: 605 838 299 Bohemian cafe-bar, vegetarian dishes, live music Wednesdays.
C/ Pintor Salvador Abril, 34 Tel: 96 3 25 05 82 / 693 593 037 Arty and welcoming café-bar.
Calle Literato Azorín 13 Valencia www.facebook.com/ubikcafe Mon-Tues: 17h - 01:30h Wed-Sun: 12h - 01:30h Thurs: 12h - 02:00h Fri-Sat: 12h - 03:00h Emblematic of the buzzing barrio of Ruzafa.
Zona Plaza Xúquer
LA OLA FRESCA
Calle Músico Magenti 11, Benimaclet Reservations: 610026305 A ‘cafecito’ with a big heart and a fabulous terrace • Speciality in brownies and homemade cakes • world food cooking Juice therapy • local artesanal beers • fairtrade tea and coffee workshops and special events • Sunday BRUNCH Facebook: La Ola Fresca Valenbisi: 116 Comidas del mundo, servicio excelente, sabroso y actividades cada semana.
Zona City of Arts & Sciences LA PEQUEÑA PASTELERIA DE MAMÁ
C/Poeta Josep Cervera y Grifol, 14. Delightful bakery of the highest quality with cakes and teas to savour. Lovely staff with lots of experience and acoustic live music sessions too!
Edi cio Veles e Vents Movil: 682 613 446 / 677 72 53 21
LA BELLA DE CADIZ
C/ Cadiz, 54 Facebook labelladecadiz54
C/ Cadiz, 86 Tel: 639 517 703 Popular with lesbians in evenings. Open to all. Pl. Vicente Iborra, 9 Tel. 96 392 41 39 The seven deadly sins are served after you enter the gates of hell of this restaurant.
Pl. Xuquer, 14 www.rocafull.tk A key meeting point of the ‘indie’ community. Plaza Xúquer, 6 Long-established and run by the amiable Hector. Off the beaten track, a bar known for its authentic ‘Agua de Valencia.’ He knows how to make it properly! Lovely terrace too.
C/ Juan de Mena, 7 (Zona Botanico) Facebook Cross Valencia www.crossvalencia.com Just 2 minutes walk from Torres de Quart in the tranquil Botanico barrio. Cross is one of Valencia’s most popular Gay Clubs. Open each night from 22h to 03.30am with Wednesdays and Tuesdays featuring ‘get naked’ parties. Every Friday parties with Dj. Saturday show with DragQueen. Closed Monday. Uno de los pubs gays más populares de Valencia. Lunes cerrado, jueves noche karaoke, viernes fi estas preparadas por Dj, sábado noche show de Drag Queen.
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C/ Guillem de Castro, 80
Pl. Sant Miquel, 13 Tel. 96 392 31 29
24/7 VALENCIA LISTINGS Set right in the centre of town.
BEERS & TRAVELS BAR
NUNCADIGONO GAY CRUISING SEXBAR
C/Doctor Monseratt,28 (near Torres de Quart) Open every day from 1:00 p.m. to 4:00 p.m. Happy hours every day from 6pm to 9pm. (2 X 1) Bar, Videos, Dark rooms, Labyrinths, Glory holes, Slings, Cabins. Monday, Wednesday, Thursday: Naturist Sex Party / slip (from 10pm) Friday: Live Porn Show Saturday: Lottery Draw Sunday: Sandwich party Abierto todos los días de 13h a 04H Happy hours todos los días de 18h a 21h. (2 X 1) Bar, Videos, Cuartos oscuros, Laberintos, Glory holes, Slings, Cabinas. Lunes, Miércoles, Jueves : Fiesta Sex naturista /slip (a partir de 22h) Viernes : Live Show Porno Sábado : Sorteo Domingo : Sandwich party Web : www.nuncadigono.es
C/ Flassanders, 8 Gay sex shop
Plaza Manises, 3 Tel: 96 392 60 50 Zona Carmen Facebook Beers and Travels Bar www.beersandtravels.com ‘Beers & Travels Bar’ is a traditional pub set in the heart of the old town and just a stone’s throw from the legendary Torres de Serranos. At the pub, you will nd 13 different drinks on tap, which includes beers from Ireland and ‘Maleoc’ cider from Galicia. Check out their ‘O’Hara’ Red, Pale Ale and Black beers.
BIRRA & BLUES BREW PUB VALENCIA
Av. Maria Cristina, 12 Tel: 96 392 56 41 Zona Centro Valencia 46001 www. birraeblues.com
Pl. de la Reina Tel: 96 392 28 62 www.finnegansofdublin.es
LLÚPOL CELLER CERVESES C/ Moro Zeit, 2 Valencia Movil: 639 03 60 06
SAINT MARTIN’S URBAN IRISH
Calle Abadía de San Martin, 2 (near San Vicente) Tel: +34963942171 46002 Valencia email@example.com
C/ Danzas / Cajeros (Near La Lonja) Tel: 961 054 050 Facebook: the market cerveza artesana
TYRIS ON TAP
Taula De Canvis, 6 (near La Lonja) Tel: 96 1 13 28 73
Tel: 96 351 36 42 www.stpatricksvalencia.com “A true Irish pub” that knows the craic! Friendly helpful international staff who speak Spanish and English! FREE WIFI to all customers. Open every day from 4pm ‘till late! Lots of events: Live Music every Friday at 23h. Parties with prizes. Open Saturday and Sunday at 13:00h pm. Reservations at firstname.lastname@example.org See Facebook for more details!
PORTLAND ALE HOUSE
C/ Salamanca 10 Yes! Valencia’s rst true American pub, run by a friendly American team with draft beers available, sports and an increasingly mixed crowd of locals, visitors and English and Spanish speakers.
CRUZ DEL SUR SHAMBALA
C/ de Campoamor Teléfono: 963 55 27 32 Traditional pub with plenty of beers plus tapas and cocktails.Warm interior. Bar de tapas, especialmente salazones, y cócteles con decoración cálida de paneles de madera y terraza.
ZONA Avenida Aragón
MANOLO EL DEL BOMBO
Pl. Valencia Club de Fútbol, 5 Tel: 96 930 460
ZONA PLAZA XUQUER MAX MAX
C/ Vinalopó, 11 (Pl. Xúquer) Tel: 96 362 68 67 http://maxmaxvalencia.blogspot.com
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LA BIRRA DE BRIAN
C/ Manyans 17 (next to Pl. RedonDA) Tel: 96 315 50 40
Gran Via Germanias, 29 Tel:96 0 650 756 www.labirradebrian.com
Paseo de las Facultades, 3 Authentic Moroccan cuisine in a beautiful and spacious interior www.balansiya.com
C/ Alzira, 12 Great name, good beers, indie music. The fifth Beatle would surely have approved. Where did it all go right?
Dr Sanchis Bergon, 27 Excellent Moroccan cuisine with a beautiful interior and experienced owners. Set in the mellow barrio of Botanico by the Rio Turia gardens.
ZONA EL CARMEN BEAR CLUB C/ Maria Cristina, 5
Tel:96 3 529 619 New Irish tavern with welcoming atmosphere & staff.
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SAHARA (ZONA CARMEN) C/ del Mar, 52 Tel: 96 394 32 76
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FUSION RESTAURANT KAIKAYA
Plaza Ayuntamiento, 10 Tel:96 0446480 www.kaikayarestaurante.com Japanese- Brazilian fusion in the heart of town!
C/ Lepanto, 26 (Zona Botánico) Tel:96 3113 578 Movil:651974299 Attractive & tasty ‘Japanese-Peruvian’ fusionofcuisineintheincreasinglyhip & understated barrio of Botáncio.
GREEK EL RINCON GRIEGO
C/ Conde Montornes, 23 (just off C/ Mar and corner of Poeta Liern) Tel: 96 394 4443 Mobile: 639608867 www.stratosm.es Zona Carmen
HAWAIIAN CITY POKE
Clariano, 4 Tel:96 1029 000 www.citypoke.es
INDIAN / PAKISTANI BHARAT
C/ Moratín n14 corner w/ Calle Las Barcas (Just off Plaza Ayuntamiento) Mobile: 632 17 82 06 www.restaurantbharat.com Open Tuesday to Sunday 13.30h -16h / 19.30h -24h Authentic Indian restaurant that is both Indian run & owned and set right in the centre of Valencia. Beautifully designed interior, helpful staff, really tasty cuisine and wide choice of curries and dishes to choose from with all tastes catered for. This is the real deal! The proof is in the pudding, ‘Bharat’ has become so popular in Benidorm over the last 15 years that they have opened this newish branch in the city of Valencia! Auténtico restaurante indio que es de gestión y propiedad india y está ubicado justo en el centro de Valencia. Un interior hermosamente diseñado, un personal atento, una cocina realmente sabrosa y una amplia variedad de curries y platos para elegir con todos los gustos atendidos. ‘Bharat’ se ha vuelto tan popular en Benidorm en los últimos 15 años que han abierto esta nueva sucursal en la ciudad de Valencia!
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ITALIAN ZONA BOTANICO LA FORCOLA
C/ Borrull, 29 Tel: 963 155 909 www.laforcola.com
ZONA EL CARMEN ANÓMALO RESTAURANTE
C/ de la Crau, 4 (Zona Carmen) Movil:699587148 /679580624 Charming, family run restaurant with intimate setting.
C/ del Mar, 22 Tel: 96 391 48 00, www.viciositalianos.com Very popular, good value, great pizza.
C/ Derechos 29, bajo (1 min from La Lonja) Tel: 96 391 19 65 This is the real deal. Bacco D.O.C. is a distinctive and authentic Italian restaurantinthecentreofthehistoric Barrio del Carmen. It is original, good fun and it is baroque! It has a stunning cave-like interior of “bejewelled and mirrored”stalagmitesandstalactites, tasteful lighting, lots of nooks and cranniesandthree floors.Restaurante muy distinto, con el interior como una cueva. Muy romántico para parejas. Carta extensa de pizzas y pastas.
C/ Bordadores, 5 (next to Cathedral) Tel: 96 391 89 15 www.viciositalianos.com Popular Italian restaurant without pizza and emphasis on Piadinas and pastas.
C/ Quart 17 Tel: 96 392 41 77 Excellent! Hip pizzeria and pasta restaurant just a brief stroll from Torres de Quart. 8€ daytime menus, around 15€ at night. Salads, antipasti, piadine, italian tapas, pizza, pasta, meat and FIsh dishes. Wines from many regions of Italy.
ZONA CANOVAS DON SALVATORE
C/ Conde de Altea, 41 Tel: 96 334 13 04
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Cirilo Amorós, 18 / San Vicente 36 / San Vicente 100 Movil: 616 611 289 www.kentoshop.com Healthy Japanese take away and eat in with reasonable prices.
KOKURA AUTOMATIC SUSHI
Plaza Pere Borrego I Galino, 10 (C/ Alta con Na Jordana) Tel: 96 3 911 102 www.kokura.es
Mercado de Colon. Tel: 960 709 175 www.momji.es Quality Japanese cuisine in upmarket surroundings.
Pintor Salvador Abril, 6 Tel: 963 11 94 29 Homemade & authentic Japanese cuisine in the hip barrio of Ruzafa.
TORA (TABERNA JAPONESA)
C/ Pedro III El Grande , 13 Tel: 96 311 94 29 Great! Finally, an authentic Japanase taberna in Valencia run by a Japanese & Valencian couple!
Conde de Salvatierra, 39 Tel: 96 3205 837 / 96 3 236 153 www.ameyal.es
PALARDI CAFFE RESTOBAR
C/ Cuenca, 31. Come and chill on our terrace, in this new friendly cafe bar. Copas, cócteles, coffee and great food. Every Thursday is the day of “ Burger and Beer”. Closed Mondays. Fridays is Fish Friday. Fish and chips. English and Spanish spoken. Every Wednesday, Menu de TACOS (Chicken or Vegetarian) 9.95€ Relajate en nuestra terraza y bar aco-
24/7 VALENCIA LISTINGS gedor. Copas, cócteles y buena comida. Cada jueves es el día de “haburguesa y cerveza”. Cerrado los lunes. Hablamos castellano e inglés. facebook.com/PalardiRestobar
MEDITERRANEAN BON GUST
C/ Corretgeria, 40 Tel: 96 3 155 063 www.restaurantebongust.com “We are a small Mediterranean cuisine restaurant where we enjoy fusing the different flavours of the world.
PERUVIAN & MEDITERRANEAN SIMALÚ C/ Caballeros, 10 Tel: 96 1 93 03 57 www.simalurestaurante.com
Classy Peruvian restaurant of the highest quality in terms of product and presentation. This is authentic Peruvian cuisine with real avours of the land.
C/ Antonio Suarez, 29 Tel:96 2 140 048
Peruvian cuisine in the upmarket Aragón zone. Fresh market produce and diverse carta.
PORTUGUESE CAFÉ PESSOA
C/ Literato Azorin, 2 Tel: 96 341 75 14 Great! An authentic Portuguese café bar with lovely cocktails and trendy interior.
Literato Azorin, 18 Movil: 697 95 52 94
SPANISH / VALENCIAN ZONA ALAMEDA ÀTIC RESTÓ @PALAUALAMEDA
Calle Arquitecto Mora, 2 Tel: +34 963 545 176 palaualameda.com/espacios/atic “Showcooking in the sky.” Combining the traditional with the vanguard.
Alameda, 38 Tel:96 3 370 211 Upmarket restaurant that specializes in fish dishes.
ZONA CABANYAL CASA CARMELA
Isabel de Villena, 155 Playa de Malvarrosa Tel:96 3 710 073 / 616 954 842 Specializing in authentic paella cooked over wood. Established in 1922.
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Playa de Malvarrosa Tel:96 3 550 507 / Movil:665 87 03 39 Typical Valencian cuisine. Emblematic, family-runrestaurantforover40years.
Tel:96 2565653 www.hardrock.com Enjoy food, music and more…
(Menjar i Buere) C/ Marino Sirera, 14 Tel: 963 54 77 57 www.odonnellcabanyal.com Seafood specialists by the sea. Rice & meat dishes and good selection of wines.
C/ Barcas, 13 Tel: 96 206 78 52 Movil: (+34) 656 265 229 www.lotelitovalencia.com You can enjoy breakfast early in the morning, almuerzo around midday, lunch or dinner a la carta or menu as well as enjoy a wide range of spirits & cocktails.
ZONA CENTRO EL POBLET
C/ Correos, 8 Valencia Tel: 961 11 11 06 www.elpobletrestaurante.com/ Beautiful presentation with excellent product. Very popular with locals, inspired & run by chef Quique Dacosta’s Michelin star restaurant in Denia…
C/ Pascual y Genís, 10 www.llisanegra.com Creative cuisine with excellent product. World-famous chef Quique Dacosta’s latest restaurant is now open in 2019.
MERCAT DE LA REINA
Plaza de la Reina, 19 Tel:96 3 925 789 Tasty pinchos & tapas all day in the historic centre. Award-winning chef won a prestigious “best bocadillo in Spain” prize, which made the national news!
RESTAURANTE LA CUINA DEL CHEF
Embajador Vich 6, 46009 Specializing in Mediterranean fusion, tasty paellas and grilled meats.
ZONA CITY OF ARTS & SCIENCES RESTAURANTE SUBMARINO (L’OCEANOGRAFIC)
Carrer d’Eduardo Primo Yúfera, 1B 46013 València TEL: (+34) 662 860 595 / email: email@example.com web: restaurante-submarino A different experience. Inside L’Oceanografic of the City of Arts and Sciences. Dine underwater with fish swimming by… while you dine!
LOTELITO VALENCIA ROOMS & BAR
www.vuelvecarolina.com C/ Correos, 8
ZONA EL CARMEN 64 Restaurant
C/ Guillem de Castro, 64 TEL: 963 27 01 01 64restaurante.es New! Top quality Mediterranean & world cuisine that marries vanguard presentation with traditional ingredients.
C/ Almudin,14. Near Plaza del Virgen. Tapas bar since 1932. Rice dishes, tapas, wines and spirits. Attractive and well-established. An old-fashioned interior with real character. No telephone number. You have to visit in person to make a reservation!
C/ Marqués de Dos Aguas, 6 Tel: 96 251 64 26 Good value Spanish menu del días, great view.
EL ARENAL DEL CARMEN
C/ Calatrava, 6 Tel: 96 009 16 57 Beautiful old building, located in a mellow corner of the historic centre, with lots of space for groups and couples and plenty of attractive nooks and crannies. Fresh Mediterranean cuisine including seafood, Spanish tapas and rice dishes including genuine paella! An ample selction of wines and great Gin’n’Tonics. Cocina mediterránea fresca incluyendo mariscos, tapas españolas y platos de arroz, incluyendo paella genuina! Una amplia selección de vinos y grandes Gin’n’Tonics.
ZONA PLAZA AYUNTAMIENTO ALKAZAR
C/. Mosén Femades, 9 y 11 (Zona peatonal/ Pedestrian street) Just off Plaza Ayuntamiento 46002 Valencia · T. 96 352 95 75 · 96 351 55 51 www.restaurantealkazar.com
HARD ROCK CAFÉ
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ESCALONES DE LA LONJA C/ Pere Compte, 3
30 years old emblematic restaurant of the Barrio del Carmen with Mediterranean dishes and cosy yet spacious interior.
LA CARAGOLA C/ Mosen Sorell, 9 Movil: 615 99 28 03
9:00 - 01:30 todos los días
C/ San Miguel s/n www.tascaelbotijo.com Spanish tasca in the Barrio Carmen! Great terraza & excellent service, great variety of delicious tapas, a top ensaladilla rusa and nice cheeses too. Good selection of beers & wines. Kitchen and bar is open everyday from 9h -01.30h. Clasica tasca situada en el Barrio del Carmen, cocina siempre abierta, servicio excelente, gran variedad de tapas, vinos y cervezas.
ESCUELA DE ARROCES Y PAELLA VALENCIANA
C/ Obispo Don Jerónimo 8 Tel: 961 043 540 www.escueladearrocesypaellas.com info@escueladearrocesypaellas. com Highly popular with discerning customers and for all the right reasons. This is an authentic Valencian restaurant where you not only savour Valencia paella you can also take a certi ed course in order to become pro cient in cooking your own paella! This includes a trip to Mercado Central to pick the ingredients as well as cooking with an expert chef in one of their 2 restaurants. Check it out! Paella auténtica valenciana con cursos de paella ofrecidos por expertos cocineros.
C/ Moro Zeit Tel: 96 391 04 97 Every major Spanish city has a tapas bar regarded as ‘quintessential’. Established in 1917, this one is high up on the list in many guides. Veteran waiters serve excellent tapas: habas, ensaladilla rusa and the famous mussels. Open daily midday to midnight just off Plaza Tossal, not hard to nd. Now that’s what we call atmosphere... El bar de tapas más histórico en el centro de Valencia, especialidad en clóchinas, buenas habas y ensaladilla rusa.
Pl. Tundidores, 2 Tel: 96 392 20 90 Legendary paella restaurant, prime location by La Lonja and Plaza Negrito. Restaurante legendario de paellas y más arroces. Bien situado entre La Lonja y Plaza Negrito. Terraza encantadora.
EL RACO DE CARABASSES
C/Mallorquins, 1 Tel:96 394 51 15 Authentic Valencian and Spanish cuisine next to the Mercado Central. Dig the arroz al horno!
C/ Roteros, 9 Tel:96 3 912 627 Warm interior. Fresh, quality product in the historic centre.
C/ Caballeros, 12 Tel:96 3 916 271 Valencian fusion cuisine, rock’n’roll music and draught beers. What more do you need?
KA’RAK (RAQUEL CERNICHARO)
C/ Músico Peydró, 9 Tel. 96 315 45 88 Set in a quiet corner of the atmospheric old town. Run by a friendly and experienced owner, enjoy wonderful homemade Mediterranean cooking.
C/ Mossen Sorell, 9 Movil:615992803
Calle Pinzón, 12 Movil: 34 616 75 86 24 http://botifarra.es/ Hidden away in a quiet side street, this is a classic and authentic Valencian & Mediterranean tapas bar of the Barrio del Carmen…
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C / Roteros, 9 (near Torres de Serranos) Movil: 696 119986 Bar - restaurant to go for tapas. Open Tuesday to Sunday from 12 noon to closing. Closed Monday. Spontaneous atmosphere, friendly and fun. Home cooking. Drinks and hot tapas with a hint of fun. Easy to nd as it is just a stoneʼs throw from the Torres de Serranos. Nice and spacious interior too! L’ Aplec has a great terrace. Enjoy their home-
24/7 VALENCIA LISTINGS made, fresh and authetic paella to order in advance for groups. Enjoy classic and original Spanish tapas. Gay & Lesbian friendly. Tapas caseras, divertidas, servicio amable y buenas paellas para encargar. Muy cerca de Torres de Serranos. Auténticamente español y abierto a todos.
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C/ Roteros, 12 Tel: 96 0 643 540 Very near Torres de Serranos. Quality mediterranean cuisine.
C/ Subida de Toledano, 8 Tel: 96 391 80 45, www.lalolarestaurante.com firstname.lastname@example.org. This is ‘nueva cocina española’! Authentic live flamenco every week.
Plaza del Tetuan, 18 Tel:96 352 1081 www.elrestaurantellienzo.com Upmarket and reliable. Excellent tapas with seafood a speciality. Tapas 5€-15€. Menus 27€-55€.
C/ Arolas,11-bajo. 46001-Valencia Telefono de reservas: 961141112 MARIA MANDILES Plaza Manises, 2 Tel: 96 04 60 57 email@example.com
C/ del Padre Huérfanos, 2 Tel: 96 315 48 84
C/ Roteros, 21 Tel: 96 392 31 68 Very near Torres de Serranos so easy to nd. Creative cuisine with highly experienced owner and staff. Mattilda combines succulent tapas and quality cuisine with artistic presentation with a loyal and cosmopolitan clientele. Clean & attractive vintage style interior.
MERCAT DE LA REINA
Plaza de la Reina, 19 Tel:96 3 925 789 / Movil:629381846
OCHO Y MEDIO
Plaza Lope de Vega, 5 Tel: 96 392 20 22 www.elochoymedio.com
C/ Bonaire, 23 Tel:963 76 70 54 Deservedly popular. There are 6 types of oysters available with prices to suit their varied clientele. Friendly atmosphere with cava & champagne...
REFUGIO RESTAURANTE DEL CARMEN C/ Alta, 42 Tel: 96 391 7754 The ‘Cooking Revolution’!
SIDRERIA EL MOLINÓN
C/Bolseria, 40 Tel: 963 91 15 38
TASCA EMBRUJO DEL CARMEN C/Juristas, 5 Tel: 96 0 014 584/ 695 478 914
SAN NICOLÁS RESTAURANTE
Plaça del Forn in Sant Nicolau, 8 | Valencia Tel: 963915984 / Movil: 683105376 Whasapp facebook.com/restaurantesannicolasvalencia Opening hours: From Monday to Sunday from 12 a.m. to 5 p.m. (closed Tuesday). Paella Valenciana is a speciality. They offer a daily homemade menu and a tasting menu with 5 first and 5 seconds in addition to their specialties in rice and paellas of the house. The warm decor of the restaurant makes San Nicolás a perfect place for group celebrations. The experience, quality and good service guarantee a very pleasant stay. 3 menus to choose from (10€ w/ Grandmother’s homemade cooking / 15€ w/ Rice dishes / 18€ w/ Meat & Fish dishes) . La Paella Valenciana es una especialidad. Con una ubicación tranquila detrás de la misma iglesia de San Nicolás, este restaurante bien establecido que se ha convertido en una referencia en Valencia y no solo por su ubicación, sino también por la amabilidad de su personal y la calidad de sus tapas y productos, que es el cocina de mercado
C/ Corretgeria, 38 Tel: 963 154 599 / 636 429 329 Tinto Fino Ultramarino is a restaurant located in the historic center of Valencia, in the neighborhood of Carmen, a few meters from the cathedral where you can taste tapas and dishes, salted meats, selected sausages and Italian and Spanish cheeses.The warmth of its bohemian atmosphere, seasoned with the freshness of that retro touch, is combined with the flavors of regional, Spanish and Italian dishes. The best tapas and regional dishes from Spain and Italy are mixed with quality sausages that you can also take home.
C / de la Cruz, 4 izquierda and Plaza del Carmen, 6. Tel: 96 315 39 67 The real deal. Valencian chefs and Valencian staff. Superb paella, arròs en fesols i naps, arroz a banda, patatas bravas, salads and more. Near Torres de Serranos. There are now two Yusos, near to each other. La autentica paella valenciana. Cocineros valencianos, una paella estupenda. Ahora hay dos Yusos, cerca de Torres de Serrano.
ZONA BOTÁNICO BODEGA LA HUERTA
C/ Lepanto, 4 (near Torres de Quart) Movil:657 167 924 The real Spain. Tasty and fresh Mediterranean gastronomy with delightful and welcoming SERVICE.
C/ Bon Fill, 7 Tel: 96 3 32 24 47 Enjoy tapas and wines in warm surroundings. English and Spanish spoken…
C/ Turia, 52 Tel: 963 26 25 47 Lovingly made Mediterranean cuisine with warm and spacious interior. Near Torres de Quart.
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Carrer del Mestre Josep Serrano, 5, 46005 València Tel: 96 3 74 05 09 This elegant and eclectic restaurant offers everything from pastrami sandwiches, smoked eel, and slow-roasted pork that are sure to transport you to different places around the globe.
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Conde de Altea, 51 Movil: 717 12 22 35
simple, sensitive cuisine, based on a Mediterranean cuisine where the local and seasonal products are the protagonists of their elaborations. Our cuisine is enriched by bringing influences from other cultures such as Moroccan, Mexican, Peruvian or Japanese that fuses with a small dose of creativity.
Conde Altea, 12 Tel: 96 3 951 178 www.de-calle.com
ZONA PUERTO CASA CARMELA
Tel:96 3 746 525 Legendary & historic restaurant with tasty Basque & Valencian cuisine and the original, old-fashioned green partitions that divides the diners’ tables just like back in the day! Founded in 1933.
COCO PAZZO DE CALLE
C/ Grabador Esteve, 34 Tel:96 001 70 61.
MAMA RACHA TABERNA C/Ciscar, 15 Tel: 960 065 558
C/ Burriana, 38 Tel:96 3 944 909 www.meatmarketrestaurante.com
Joaquín Costa, 27 Valencia Tel: 963 74 85 58 www.mercatbar.es Fab restaurant with quality product and fusion cuisine. Run by legendary chef Quique Dacosta, set in the trendy Canovas zone.
C/ Conde Altea, 21 Tel: 96 320 11 78 Galician bodega...
ZONA BENIMACLET EL CARABASSER
C/ Reverendo Rafael Tramoyeres, 35 Tel:963 89 14 46
C/ Barón de San Petrillo,3 Tel:96 389 09 54 Vintage-style interior, quality Mediterranean tapas and dishes, jazzy soundtrack...
Isabel de Villena, 155 (Playa Malvarrosa) Tel: 96 3 710 073 / 616 954 842 www.casa-carmela.com Established in 1922 and next to the Blasco Ibañez museum. They specialize in paella cooked in the traditional and authentic way. Closed on Mondays.
NEPTUNO HOTEL ON THE BEACH
Pintor Domingo 7 (near the small garage next to the Quart Towers). Reservations: 961 133 418. Facebook anita.giro
BAR LOS PICAPIEDRA
Calle Caballeros, 25 Valencia 46001 Mobile: 622 73 39 17
Plaza del Mercado, 34 Tel:96 3 154 071 Traditional Spanish & Mediterranean tapas with a view of Mercado Central.
Veles e Vents Muelle de la Aduana s/n Tel: 96 3746 665 www.restaurantelasucursal.com Legendary restaurant that was once part of the IVAM and is now set in the port area.
ZONA RIO TURIA GARDENS RICARD CAMARENA RESTAURANT *****
Bombas Gens Centre d’Art Avda. Burjassot, 54 (P1-3ª) Tel:96 3 355 418 www.ricardcamarenarestaurant.com
ZONA RUZAFA EL RODAMON DE RUSSAFA C/ Sueca, 47 www.elrodamon.com
HUERTA Y HUERTA
LA FLACA DE RUZAFA C/ Puerto Rico, 34 Tel:96 3034 739
C/ Pintor Salvador Abril, 7 Tel:96 1 05 02 69 Beautifully presented and fresh Mediterranean-based fusion cuisine at reasonable prices in a cosy setting.
2 ESTACIONES Calle Eolo, 7, 46021 València Tel: 962 06 34 24 www.ginebre.com Our Restaurant offers a different concept of hospitality, with a
Tel: 96 3567 777 www.hotelneptunovalencia.com Excellent Valencian cuisine with paella, cocktails and menus…
C/ Cádiz 61 960211173 Mediterranean fusion by chef Ramonet
Tel:96 3 034 975 Fresh produce and authentic cuisine from Mallorca.
Calle Pintor Salvador Abril, 28, Tel:96 3 03 46 70
S ’ALAT (Bar i Botiga Mallorquina) C/ Pintor Salvador Abril, 34
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C/ Zurradores, 9 Tel: 662 436 972 Instagram: @clann_bar_valencia Cosy & charismatic bar in the historic centre. They buy the freshest seasonal product in the Central Market and cook it in the moment. Their speciality is a squid on the grill. Every Wednesday they have Argentinian empanadas. Pet friendly.
C/ En Blanch, 13 Tel:96 3156525 Good buzz here. A winning combination of tapas & beers with superb terrace in an atmospheric corner of THE OLD CENTRE...
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EL OLIVO TABERNA
Plaza del Árbol, 4 (end of C/ Baja) Tel: 96 391 70 87 Authentic Spanish tapas in the historic centre. Highly popular with alternative crowd and visitors. Amongst their many specialities you will nd artichokes, homemade croquettes, grilled sardines, fried prawns, octopus, cured ham, a selection of cheeses and much more. All tapas are made in the moment, which means you can take your time over a glass of wine or beer. Auténtico bar de tapas español con dueño de familia andaluza con alcachofas, croquetas, sardinas, opciones vegetarianas y mucho más. Popular con gente alternativa, gente del barrio y visitantes. Excelente terraza.
LA MURTA vines i tapes
C/ Murta, 14 Tel:96 133 69 71 Tasty tapas with liberal & mostly Spanish crowd in the studenty barrio of Benimaclet.
SEPTEMBER october 19 C/ Serranos, 19 “A touch of Brazil near the Torres de Serranos.”
C/ Roteros 21 Tel: 961 100 805 TABERNA ARANDINOS C/ de la Cruz, no 1 (Plaza del Angel) Mobile: 639259581
THAI THAI MONGKUT
C/ Corona, 8 www.thaimogkut.es Tel:96 0 21 67 80
(Zona Cabanyal) C/ Progrés, 159 Tel:96 122 73 24 “Mar d’Amura is both a shelter and an oasis. A place to lunch, dine and converse in peace. Its name is synonymous with the sea, which carries the gentle waves via a distant wind. Also it is the love of the mother, of the mother tongue, unconditional and welcoming. A place for eating, kissing, resting. It is a patio, a restaurant with joyful cuisine and a honeycomb of weekly artists. Sundays has live flamenco and Thursdays has live fusion music. Our house is your house.”
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C/Quart, 41b (near Torres de Quart) Zona Carmen Tel:96 3120 901 www.khambu.com ‘Khambú’ was born in Valencia as a vegan fast food restaurant.
KAÑA MAKAN BISTRO
C/ Sueca 61, Ruzafa C/ Explorador Andrés, 24( Plaza Cedro) Tel: 960 15 07 96 www.kanamakan.com Closed Mondays and Tuesdays. Open From Wednesday to Sundays from 19h - 00.00h Middle Eastern tapas fusion with attractive interior and friendly crowd. Tapas fusion del Medio Este, interior atractivo y compañía agradable.
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Plaza Manuel Granero, 20 Movil:692203795 ‘HAM, CHEESE, WINE, OLIVES’ Set in the scenic park of Ruzafa, one of Valencia’s most dynamic barrios, this is a popular & welcoming tavern with market quality cheese & meat dishes that are cut and prepared on the spot. English & Spanish spoken, experienced staff and friendly service too. Ubicada en el pintoresco parque de Ruzafa, uno de los barrios más dinámicos de Valencia, esta es una taberna popular y acogedora con platos de queso y carne de calidad de mercado que se cortan y preparan en el lugar. Inglés y español hablado, servicio amable también. © 2019 24/7 Valencia
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C/ del Mur de Santa Anna, 3 Movil: 672 32 62 33 facebook.com/TheVurgerCompany/ Vegan Fast food! Popular vurgers include the ‘Original con bacon vegan’ and the spicy ‘La Hawaiana’ with quorn. The ‘Yuba brochetas’ skewers are fantastic. Three types of fries, the normal thinly-sliced fries with a delicious McCain flavour, rustic fries and larger fries. They also have boniato sweet potato fries, imported from the UK and USA. 29
SEPTEMBER october 19 19 Comida rápida vegana! Los vurgers populares incluyen el “Original con tocino vegano” y el picante “La Hawaiana” con quorn. Los pinchos de ‘Yuba brochetas’ son fantásticos. Tres tipos de papas fritas, las papas en rodajas finas normales con un delicioso sabor McCain, papas fritas rústicas y papas fritas más grandes. También tienen batatas fritas boniato, importadas del Reino Unido y Estados Unidos.
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UNO, Mercado Central Main entrance Mercado Central. www.facebook.com/unomercadocentral Tel: 963 82 92 51 UNO is the emblematic stand of the Mercado Central. It’s a place to meet, to sample food at the Central Market of Valencia, which is known as the ‘Mercado Central, where UNO fits right in. Enjoy a snack, and take the chance to re-discover local products. It is the project of the very amiable and experienced owner Rafael Valls.
Plaza Miracle de Mocadores, 5 (off Plaza Reina) Movil:630 37 36 03 True artisans. Established in 1970. The real deal when it comes to ceramics from the Valencia community.
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C/ San Fernando, 17 Sebastian Melmoth is a unique design shop with objects collected from around the world by the globetrotting owners. Art exhibitions and acoustic concerts.
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th, pleasure and imagination there are a wide range of services, cuts, colours, styles available. They are make up experts who have worked with a number of lm directors, designers and photographers too. There is also an erotic corner for customers... “La Niña Los Peines mueve las tijeras y zapatea, a na el tono de los colores cuidadosamente, mima tu melena mientras te la modela al ritmo de tus deseos. Y en el gabinete de belleza te arregla de la cabeza a los piés. Calidad Schwarzkopf, trabajo cuidado y trato personal ¡Óle!”
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Do you suffer low back pain, neck pain, headaches? Why continue suffering? Chiropractic is a natural solution for your pains and aches and also to keep your spine in line! Visit your chiropractor Richard Millo in Valencia or Rocafort. You can find us at www.quiropracticovalencia.com Or call us on 96 131 05 22 (VALENCIA) Carrer Antiga Senda d’en Senent 3, 1º 46023 Valencia Teléfono 96 279 24 49 (ROCAFORT) Plaza Mayor, 8 Bajo 46111 Rocafort, Valencia Teléfono 96 131 05 22
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VALENCIA ACID STREET ART EXCLUSIVE INTERVIEW WITH DAVID DE LIMÓN 24/7 Valencia: What got you interested in Street Art and what are your objectives? David de Limón: Hola Will. The first thing about Graffiti and Street Art that caught my attention was the fact that you could present your drawings or ideas in a big way. Moreover, there are several things that are interesting to me about street art. The city is full of images, decoration in shops, advertising, signs and shop windows. All of that is visual information that we experience just by being out in the street, whether we want to be affected by it or not. I think that as a visual artist, becoming aware of this space we share on the street, it is an opportunity to change it. It is also interesting to consider urban art pieces as a free and openair gallery, the residents of the city not only enjoy these works without paying but some may never go to a museum or gallery. This is perhaps the only point of contact with art that they may have. Finally, a joining together of the points mentioned: “Change the city and make it unique”. The decoration, urban design and colours of a city are usually grey and monotonous. Thanks to urban art, each city is different with its own artists or with those who visit it. And not only is it different but it is alive with changing murals & ephemeral art concepts, which makes it easier to have a city that vibrates… rather than just constructing new buildings. Interview by Will McCarthy More information: facebook: daviddelimonwall
ALL CHANGE AT THE MESTALLA Wednesday the 11th of September 2019 will live long in the memory for Valencia fans. It started off uneventful enough with business as usual, as Marcelino focused on his team selection for the forthcoming game with Barcelona. Then, by the mid-afternoon, respectable journalists had started suggesting the possibility of a major change at the helm of the club. By early evening, the likeable Asturian had been sacked and the inexperienced Albert Celades was already on the AVE from Madrid on his way to take over as manager. Within two hours of the departure of Marcelino, the official news came of the appointment of Celades. Players and supporters alike were stunned, shocked and somewhat angry at the way the outgoing manager had been treated. The Argentinian born Valencia defender Ezequiel Garay took to the social media to express his
discontent. He posted the following comments… “Whoever took this decision didn´t just drag you down; they dragged down an entire team and all the fans. And I say loud and clear: IT´S NOT FAIR.” These sentiments echoed the feelings of many of the players and the fanbase. It was an open secret that Marcelino and Peter Lim were at loggerheads, but no one expected this radical action. True, Lim had wanted Rodrigo gone from Valencia for the cash from Atlético Madrid and had also blocked the arrivals of Rafinho and Denis Suárez, against the wishes of the coach. But, whatever the reasons, the fractious relationship ended abruptly and without fanfare. The sporting director Pablo Longoria soon followed Marcelino out of the door. The stability within the club had just begun to feel solid but now, once again, it is broken and in tatters.
The players continued to express their dismay and show support for Marcelino after his dismissal by refusing to do any press conferences before and after the Barcelona game. This left the new coach to handle a plethora of questions on the current atmosphere at the club… and explain the wretched performance that had just seen Los Che slump to a 5-2 defeat in the Nou Camp. To his credit, Celades handled the situation well with diplomacy and tact. Marcelino also asked the players to support the new coach. With the Chelsea game at Stamford Bridge looming on the horizon a decent result was needed to stop the internal strife. The players maintained their stony silence with the press before the game but did their talking on the field, with a dramatic 1-0 victory in London, that came against all the odds. Ironically, Rodrigo Moreno scored the winner by latching onto a free kick from Dani Parejo, after making
a darting run to the near post that the Chelsea defence failed to cover. With Ajax easily overcoming Lille in Amsterdam in the other group match, it emphasises that the Dutch club could be a much bigger threat than the “Pensioners” when it comes to trying to secure the top spot in the group stages of the most prestigious club competition in World Football. That proved to be the case when the skilful Dutch club came to the Mestalla and gave Valencia a lesson in football and finishing. Undoubtedly, the best team Los Che have faced this season, they left Spain top of Group H after convincingly beating the home side 3-0. As early as the first minute they had a golden opportunity to take the lead. Six minutes later, Ziyech’s swirling left-foot shot to give the visitors first blood was worth the price of the entrance fee alone. Valencia did play their part in the gripping match and could have equalized if Dani Parejo had not ballooned his penalty into Row Z of the Curva Nord. The Valencia captain is developing an unhealthy habit of missing spot kicks in key Champions League matches, having done the same last season against Juventus. The Dutch side then doubled their lead just after the half-hour mark, when former Sevilla striker Quincy Promes tapped in from close range. Valencia came out after the interval and in the first five minutes of the second half had two glorious chances to reduce the deficit. However, the game was wrapped up in the 67thminute when Donny van de Beek finished off a clinical Ajax move to fire home past the advancing Cillessen.
It was a pleasure to watch the Dutch play such attractive interactive football, with neat passing interchanges along the ground that the master Johann Cruyff would have been proud of. They could well go deep in this year’s competition, even surpassing last season’s semi-final effort. On the La Liga front, Celades had his first taste of football at the Mestalla against bottom of the table Leganés, a stark contrast to the high profile away games of Barca and Chelsea. Protests against the owner before the game outside the stadium were well marshalled by the local police. Attempts to put up banners against the owner, inside the stadium, were met with immediate responses to remove them by the stewards. The game itself ended in two points being dropped by Los Che. Parejo opened the scoring with a penalty after Rodrigo had been unceremoniously tripped over by Rubén Pérez, when there seemed little danger on goal. However, the team from the Madrid barrio were soon back on terms when a fortunate ricochet fell into the path of an unmarked Oscar Rodriguez on the left hand side of the penalty area. The Spanish under
19 international made no mistake, planting his speculative shot past Jasper Cillessen from a tight angle. A frustrating second half saw the home side go close on numerous occasions but a mixture of plucky defending and unimpressive refereeing transpired, to leave the home supporters in a foul mood at the full time whistle. Getafe came to the Mestalla next. It is an understatement to say the two teams do not see eye to eye regarding their footballing philosophy. Valencia try and play “sexy football” whilst the “Minnows of Madrid” love nothing more than to turn a game into a scrappy slugfest littered with feigned injuries, referee intimidation and time-wasting rituals. On top of that, they can play a bit too when they want to. The match was a game of two halves. Doménech was a surprise choice in goal and, just like in the Copa Del Rey fixture last year against the same opponents; he was picking the ball out of the net inside a minute. This sparked the hosts into action and a brace from Maxi Gómez and a crackerjack goal from Kang-in Lee (the fifth youngest player to ever score in the league for Valencia) had the Mestalla faithful crowing at half-time.
VALENCIA FOOTBALL Saturday 19 October Atlético - Valencia 16.00h Sunday 20 October Sevilla - Levante 21.00h Wednesday 23 October ‘Champions League’ Lille - Valencia 21.00h Sunday 27 October Levante - Espanyol 16.00h
Osasuna - Valencia 21.00h Tuesday 29 October Valencia - Sevilla 19.00h Wednesday 30 October
Real Sociedad - Levante 21.00h Saturday 2 November Espanyol - Valencia 13.00h
Levante - Barcelona 16.00h Tuesday 5 November ‘Champions League’ Valencia - Lille 21.00h w/e 10 November
Valencia - Granada Athletic - Levante
Getafe are one club that never give up and they embrace the never- say-die spirit that was the hallmark of Wimbledon FC in the 80s. With a similar background to the London club, coming from the South of the Spanish capital, they have been punching above their weight for several years now. Unfortunately for Valencia, Getafe clawed their way back into the game and capitalised on two defensive blunders to go back home with a point, and leave Celades still awaiting his first league win. He did not have to wait long though as the following weekend Valencia eked out a solitary goal victory at the cathedral of football, San Mamés. Denis Cheryshev got the all-important goal. The change in personnel from the Getafe game seems to suggest that Celades, like Marcelino, will be an advocate of the rotation policy. Meanwhile, Levante UD keep treading water nicely and recent results have prevented them from being submerged into a relagation battle in the early stages of the season. Home wins against Villarreal and Vallodolid and further points at the Ciutat de Valencia against Eibar and Osasuna see them languishing in mid-table. However, with all three games away from home soil so far ending in defeat, manager Paco López will need to find a plan for securing more points from their travels. John Howden Anyone wishing to get tickets for games for Valencia or Levante can do so by visiting the box offices at the grounds or through their respective websites www.valenciacf.com www.levanteud.com
VALENCIA CF Mestalla stadium, Aragón/Facultats metro, lots of buses incl. 9, 10, 12, 29, 30, 31, 32, 41, 79, 80. Tickets on sale from the stadium, club shop (Pl. Ayuntamiento), VCF website. LEVANTE UD Ciudad de Valencia stadium, 11,70 bus, Machado metro, Estadi del Llevant tram. Tickets available at ground on matchday and in advance from club shop (C/Colón), LUD website. Valencia CF photos © 2019 / Levante UD photos ©2019
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LA BATISFERA LIBRARY 24/7 Valencia: Can you tell us more about your library? La Batisfera: ‘La Batisfera’ international bookstore is an open and inclusive space, aware of the place it occupies in a barrio as dynamic and multicultural as ‘El Cabanyal’ by the sea. Incidentally, the name in English would be ‘Bathysphere’, which is defined as “a manned spherical chamber for deep-sea observation, lowered by cable from a ship.” The bookstore has a large collection of second-hand books as we believe it is not always necessary to continue reprinting books that already have thousands and thousands of beautiful copies in circulation. We have a careful selection of new books, with particular emphasis on contemporary literature, essays, cultural studies and the arts.
There is also a children’s section with books for all ages, with the emphasis on compilations and illustrated books. The ‘Batisfera’ bookstore has an extensive collection of titles in Spanish, English and French, and a selection of titles in Italian and Valenciano that is constantly growing. Thus by offering second-
hand books from just one euro, we seek to be accessible to the largest number of people possible… regarding those who live and visit Cabanyal. Finally, the cultural offer of ‘La Batisfera’ bookstore can be enjoyed with our agenda, full of events that are always free and open to the public: concerts, book presentations, talks, screenings, performances and more.
LA BATISFERA BAR CAFETERIA 24/7 Valencia: Can you tell us more about the Bar-Cafeteria of ‘La Batisfera’? La Batisfera: ‘La Batisfera’ is an international coffee shop that opened its doors on October 2018 in the Cabanyal neighborhood, just 5 minutes from the beach. In our humble opinion this is a perfect and wonderful place to immerse yourself in reading books in different languages. You can take advantage of events of all types. This is a corner near to the sea where you can isolate yourself from the daily grind to get your 15 minutes or more of…if not necessarily fame… sheer enjoyment by simply enjoying good food, Tyris craft beers, wines, coffees, bios, juices, infusions and much more...
environments that can live together in harmony or separately… proposing different activities; a children’s space, tables of the most varied forms, chairs, stools and a wooden platform make up the stage where music groups of different genres perform every Friday night. Children workshops are held on Sunday mornings, during the week tasting will be organized with the pairing of craft beers and wines. Every Thursday there is the APERITIVO, an Italian experience where we offer a drink and a buffet of fresh and healthy dishes for only €6.
At the cafeteria bar you can enjoy (from Wednesday to Sunday) breakfast, brunches, menus of the day, snacks and dinners. We always try to have a vegetarian dish and, if possible, a vegan choice included. We are also preparing dishes each The place is divided into two day with fresh products.
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ART IN VALENCIA EXCLUSIVE INTERVIEW WITH LEGENDARY FILMMAKER AND PHOTOGRAPHER LARRY CLARK Born in 1943, Larry Clark is a living legend when it comes to urban photography and edgy filmmaking… including the comingof-age, award-winning film ‘Kids’. Directors Gus Van Sant, Francis Ford Coppolla & Martin Scorsese have cited Clark’s photography collection as a major influence in their films, including ‘Taxi Driver.’ As a teenager, Larry Clark suffered from ADD (Attention Defecit Disorder) and started shooting amphetamines at just 16 years old, “which at first calmed me” but led to long-term drug abuse. He hung out with a rowdy crowd but did study photography at Art college, which was “a goofy subject” at the time. Marginalized people, on the edge of society, would become a lifelong subject for his photography and films. Moving to New York in the early 60s as a freelancer, he was enlisted in the army and drafted to Vietnam for a period. Throughout the 60s & 70s, The Big Apple was the backdrop for his “junkie” and artistic way of life. His hard-hitting photos of fearless hustlers & speed freaks and films about skaters & hedonistic teenagers have marked Larry Clark out as a true original. Clark’s view is that photography is LARRY CLARK photography Until 22 November ESPAIVISOR C/ Carrasquer, 2 46001, Valencia, Spain. tel: +34 96 392 23 99 móvil: +34 62 888 12 45 firstname.lastname@example.org Fb/espaivisor.galeriavisor
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about “light, shadow and feeling... that’s all you need to know as a photographer.” Regarding the controversial aspect of his work his reply is that:”I’m just trying to make people feel something and sometimes that makes them feel uncomfortable...because it’s too real.” His legendary collection of early photos is currently on show at ‘Galeria Espaivisor’ in Valencia until November. By chance, we met Larry Clark at an ‘Espaivisor’ party with paella and beer and live music. 24/7 Valencia: Larry, can you tell us something about your early life? Larry Clark: I was born and brought up in Tulsa, Oklahoma. My father was a travelling salesman who was away a lot. He finally came home when I was about twelve to sell furniture. I grew up with my mom and 2 sisters & my grandmother & grandpop. Around that time, my mom got a job as a photographer of babies. From about the age of twelve, I would accompany her as she would go knock on doors in small towns in places in Oklahoma and in Kansas. Back in the 50s, the fathers of the house would be away at work so it would be the housewives that would answer the door. You would talk your way into their houses. From about the age of fifteen, I would be going on my own to the houses as a baby photographer. I would go to the house, go put a blanket over the coffee table, set the kid on the coffee table and be making pictures of babies. What does rock’n’roll mean to you? I was born at the luckiest time in the world because when I was 12 years old rock’n’roll hit (town). I
remember Little Richard, Chuck Berry, Fats Domino, Jackie Wilson, Jimmy Reed and everybody. I got to see them all. Jimmy Reed and everybody. I got to see them all. Did you see Elvis Presley? Yeah, I saw Elvis on his first national tour after the Ed Sullivan show. I saw him at the Tulsa fairgrounds. Oh yeah, you could see he was very special. The screaming! No one had ever heard screaming like that (from the fans). I couldn’t hear for 2 or 3 days. Elvis only played for about half an hour. It was really dirty (the performance)...super dirty... he was great. Is there an interview that you have done that stands out? I did a 2 hour interview to Australia on the telephone. It was a long, long one… the whole history. They called back an hour later to tell me that the recording hadn’t worked! So, I did it again, exactly the same. I was amazed at myself… Can you tell us about your filmwork? Iv’e painted, quite thickly and I’ve done a lot of photography. A lot of kids who I know that know my films
don’t know that I was ever a photographer. My first film came out in 1994. No one was going to give a junkie money to make a movie. I cleaned up; I got married and had kids, the whole deal. I’ve always wanted to be a storyteller. Because of my ‘Tulsa’ book and other books, I was given the money to make the movie ‘Kids’. You directed the true story film ‘Bully. It is about a High School Bully who was killed by a group of misguided school friends. It is one of my favourite films. A Pulitzer prize critic called the film “a masterpiece.” Can you tell us more about it? It’s a great film. We had as many people from real life in the film as possible. The actual judge who made the conviction was in the film as were the actual cops who busted the killers! It was out in the middle of nowhere so they didn’t mind about being judged for being in the film. I guess their attitude was that “it’s only Hollywood in Florida... so who the fuck knows!” (Laughs). Where the killing happened was a brand new place with one storey buildings with nothing going on. Kids would hang out at ‘Hardee’s’ or somewhere like that, you know. We used the original ‘Pizza Hut’ where they plotted the murder too. Hollywood in Florida was a place that I just couldn’t imagine living there... because there was zero history. With the killing, there was peer pressure because some of the kids didn’t even know him (the bully Bobby Kent). It’s a great story. Some of those involved are still in prison, as far as I know. Steve Gainer was the director of photography. He was great. He came from music videos…so he was really, really fast. He knew that you had to make the day. We made every day count...there were no make up Article © 2019 24/7 Valencia
days. Were just running like crazy from location to location. It was old school. You wouldn’t believe how fast we had to shoot the film. Where we filmed the killing of Bobby Kent was the exact same place it happened. It was an isolated place, outside of town, where kids would go to drink beer and stuff like that. I was working my ass off, we were working hard. My girlfriend would come to the set but...was not so helpful because I had no time. I was sleeping 3 or 4 hours a night. It was a fun one to do but really, really hard. It was quite an experience. Can you tell us about your photography collection now showing at ‘Espaivisor’ in Valencia? It’s the early work from 1962- 1971. When I was about eighteen I started photographing my friends for 10 years and that’s what ‘Tulsa’ was plus about 3 other photos from outside that collection. Was the shooting up that is depicted in the pictures real?
Yes, it was real. We were like pioneers. I originally wanted to be a writer, it’s just that I happened to always have a camera with me. So, that was my way of telling a story. Was it an urban, punk way of life? I came to New York in 1961 when I left school. It was earlier than the Warhol Factory days. I was never a hippy but we would grow our hair to be able to get drugs from the hippies when they came along. How do you find Valencia? I’ve been to so many places that I don’t remember half of them. I’ve been to Spain about 5 or 6 times… for films and stuff. I feel connected to it. The light is beautiful here. I haven’t had the time to photograph much yet. We went to that place where the sea is all around you (Oceanogràfic) yesterday…with the ocean all around you and all those buildings (The City of Arts & Sciences)…that’s big! Interview by Will McCarthy ©24/7 Valencia
Larry Clark. Billy Mann. 1963
Larry Clark. Untitled. 1963
Larry Clark. Speedy and Barb. New York City. 1968
All photos © Larry Clark; Courtesy of the artist, Luhring Augustine, New York, and espaivisor
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“The blues speaks about real situations that are common to all people” EXCLUSIVE INTERVIEW WITH THE “GODFATHER OF THE BRITISH BLUES” ON HIS 85th ANNIVERSARY TOUR John Mayall (OBE) is a musical legend on both sides of the Atlantic. Born in Macclesfield in 1933 he was married with children, an art designer and part-time musician in the 1950s. By the early 1960s, the live blues scene was starting to grow in Britain. Catalyst Alexis Korner persuaded Mayall to move down to London, which enabled John to turn his music into a fulltime job from 1963 onwards as a singer, composer, guitarist, keyboardist and harmonica player. He has been touring ever since. A natural mentor & leader, musicians who went on to play in Cream, Fleetwood Mac and The Rolling Stones were all formed in Mayall’s ‘Bluesbreakers’ band. John Mayall has recorded almost 70 studio and live albums over the years. His current band will be touring Spain in October to promote his latest album, ‘Nobody Told Me.’ 24/7 Valencia: Did it have any effect on you living through both the beatnik scene of the 50s and the hippie scene of the late 60s/early 70s? John Mayall: I didn’t bother with it. I kept apart from it. I was doing my own thing and just staying true to myself. What did you learn from doing military service in England & South Korea? For my generation, it was obligatory to do your military service for your country. Looking back, I suppose it did have some sort of meaning. At the time, you just put up with it and looked forward to it all ending and going back to being a civilian.
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What first got you interested in music? It was my father’s hobby. He had a great jazz collection of 78s. I got interested in jazz and blues way before I was posted abroad. Could you describe the British Blues scene in the 1960s? It was really a bit rough’n’tumble. Trad jazz had been the mainstay for the previous 10 years and the youth of the day were ready for something different. What are your memories of Eric Clapton? Eric was way ahead at that time. He had really learned the history of the blues. What do you remember about Peter Green? Peter went full-tilt into the blues. He wasn’t really into jazz. He was a really good songwriter with a unique style of guitar playing. How about Mick Taylor? Mick had more of a jazz influence in his playing. What did Gary Moore bring to the music?
Gary did a great job in taking good advantage of his blues chops. How does living in Los Angeles compare to England? I have lived in America for so long now that it is difficult to remember what it was like to live in Britain. With time, you find where you want to live and it is not necessarily where you are from. I moved to California because of the climate and the way of life…
EXCLUSIVE INTERVIEW WITH JOHN MAYALL What have you learnt most from touring? It’s what I do for a living. I spend about a third of the year on the road. I really enjoy communicating with audiences all over the world. It’s a great adventure being in a group. Why is the blues so universal as a genre of music? It speaks about real situations that are common to all people. Did losing many of your possessions in a house fire change your perspective about things? Not at all. Obviously, it’s sad to lose so many of your possessions. If you lose any collection of things, you just have to build it up again and look to the future. What can the public expect with your show in Valencia? We do a different show every night. I suppose I have a fairly extensive choice of material to choose from. So, it’s a delight to compose a different set-list for each
particular gig. We enjoy sharing that spontaneity as a band with the public at our shows. Can you tell us something about your latest album, ‘Nobody Told Me’ ? Whenever I do an album, I’m looking for a good energy and also if the subject matter & words link the songs. Regarding the tracks on the album...What Have I Done Wrong attracted me to its rhythm. Evil and Here to Stay just has something about it…it’s usually the rhythm I go for. The Moon is Full is memorable for its beat and Distant Lonesome Train reminds me of the Old West. It’s So Tough is a 12-bar blues commentary about just the way that things are.Nobody Told Me is a reflection on life & its surprises. You just never know what is around the corner… and how things are going to turn out! Interview by Will McCarthy
JOHN MAYALL LIVE IN VALENCIA ‘85th anniversary tour’ John Mayall – vocals, keyboards, harmonica, rhythm guitar Greg Rzab – bass Jay Davenport – drums Carolyn Wonderland – lead guitar, backing vocals
Saturday, October 12 (2019) 21:30 PM – 23:30 PM
MOON VALENCIA C/ San Vicente, 200 46001 Valencia 607 65 97 05
www.moonvalencia.es TICKETS: https://www.ticketmaster.es/event/john-mayall-entradas/18131
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