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SPUTNIK 1-Who are Sputnik? Sputnik is the key name of the cosmonaut Antonio J. Iglesias, appointed for a secret Jamaican space mission. There is an imaginary satellite that captures signals and filters & transmits them whilst continuing to orbit in space: A Jamaican dream. It is a solitary experiment but at the same time it is accompanied by a number of helping hands.

2-What are your influences? In my space laboratory you will find that there are a number of styles with Jamaican roots: reggae, roots, Jamaican ska, rocksteady, dub, Latin, dirty Reggae, basically. To this experiment I have added pop and ‘cosmic’ as influences. Names? The list is long. Mad Professor, Skatalites, Abyssinians, Linton Kwesi Johnson, Desmond Decker, Lee Perry, Gladiators, The Aggrolites, Ken Boothe, The Specials, Alton Ellis...and many more.

3-Can you explain the concept of your new album by Sputnik, ‘Jamaican Mistake’? Jamaican music and the majority of Black music has a freshness that wouldn’t work with a different production but fits just right with this project. There is an apparent precariousness to it but it is authentic and faithful to its vision. The border between getting things right and wrong is hazy just like time and space, which I find to be captivating as a place to explore. Here ideas coexist from years back and some are more recent. When I joined them together, I was justified as it gave coherence to apparently disparate parts. I took good advantage of the unified elements and sent them into space, in the same capsule. The risk of sending this satellite out into the universe is a Jamaican mistake…I am a Jamaican mistake.

4- Could you take us through each track? Of course, welcome aboard! Sputnik from Jamaica

It is the introduction to the album. It is an experiment in Digital Reggae with some recorded signals from orbiting in the universe during the space race.

Downtown Heat

This is choral singing with Jamaican ska as the base plus the magic of the dancefloor, which is a temple that humanity owes a lot to.


This a classic by Ken Boothe that ‘Offbeaters’ (Great Valencian band now dissolved) made into dirty reggae and sang in Italian. The name and persona of Artibella has some element of Italian too.

The Model

With ‘Golden Singles’ i did this tribute to Kraftwerk with a roots base and guided by dub. I am passionate about decontextualizing things and I enjoyed carrying out these changes. Kraftwerk are wonderful and much nearer to Lee “Scratch” Perry than people realize.

Jump to the Moon

This is a ‘Lovers rock’ reggae number. A romantic cosmonaut’s invitation to jump! The cosmic choir floats over a ‘riddim’ by the great Don Ignatius.

Janie Jones

This is the Clash with a rocksteady rhythm. There is a piece included from the only Jamaican tribute to The Clash called “The Clash goes Jamaican”(Golden Singles records, 2013). The Jamaican influence on The Clash always merits a homage. Giving it another tempo and putting character into the chorus and that it all worked together was the real challenge.

Kingston Blues

A song about the different sides of the city, the rules of the barrios and the attitude. It is a tribute to the shanty towns, Trenchtown and Kingston itself. The cosmic choir is singing the blues about the city but with an uplifting vibe.

Lawrence de Arabia

I always saw the connection between the desert winds and the beaches of Jamaica in the soundtrack of this film. I recorded it a long time ago and it closes the album as an intriguing instrumental with roots, dub and a trip on an imaginary Arabian camel…

5- How do you find Valencia as a place to live, work and play regarding music? Being comfortable is a double-edged sword. Musically, Valencia is a difficult place to escape from the ghetto because of the virtual lack of a music industry and the attitude of certain people in a city with nearly a million inhabitants. However, there are people doing interesting things. Living from music is complicated here but the journey continues. Many thanks to you all for keeping your receptors alert! -You can hear and download the album on bandcamp; Sputnik. Jamaican Mistake audio. -If you would like to buy the album (Vinyl Single with 4 tracks and/or CD with 8 tracks) contact Facebook Miquel Rude (Daddy Rude Records) or Antonio José Iglesias (Sputnik) -If you would like to know more about Sputnik (records, biography, projects...)

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Editorial SEPTEMBER 2017

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If you wish, be sure to keep this issue of the magazine that you currently have in your hands. This is an historic moment in publishing in this fair city as it marks the 200th edition of ‘24/7 Valencia.’

pheric ‘El Arenal del Carmen’ in the historic centre. Helen Westwater of ‘La Ola Fresca’ has a ‘Pudding of Mellow Fruitfulness’ recipe just for you! She is based in the hip barrio of Benimaclet.

We have risen many a storm, we’ve rolled with the punches and we’ve shown a grit and resilience and a bulldog spirit that everyone is capable of when push comes to shove…

We have an exclusive article on ‘The Holy Grail in Valencia’ as well as the equally iconic ‘City of Arts and Sciences.’ One of the great advantages of living here is the weather. Local legend Stuart Atkinson takes us out ‘Country Trekking’ around the Valencia region.

Of course, this magazine would not mean anything without its readers, advertisers and contributors. A deep thank you to all of the kind souls who have helped make this magazine what it is over the years… In this special September edition of 24/7 Valencia you will find a written guide to our website as well as exclusive photos of ‘Valencia in September.’ You can observe clubbers doing their thing in ‘24/7 Valencia Party People’ and read an expert’s guide to the new football season regarding Valencia CF and Levante UD. In restaurant of the month, we visit the atmos-

Enjoy our packed September listings that cover arts, theatre, original version cinema, chill out, trad pubs, restaurants, shopping and more. Check the agenda at the back for live music and club nights. Many, many thanks to all of you for your help and support over the years. Your good karma will bear fruit. See you next month!

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King Arthur, Percival, Lancelot and the other knights of the round table, Siegfried the crusader, Adolf Hitler, the freemasons, Monty Python and Indiana Jones all spent huge amounts of time and energy in search of the Holy Grail and its magic powers. Only Percival and Indy actually got to see it and, even then, only briefly. If only they’d bothered to consult the website of the Holy Grail chapel inside Valencia Cathedral as published in this very magazine they could have saved themselves a lot of trouble. And now the local authorities want to make it even easier. With a view to attracting tourists to the city, there are proposals in making Valencia “the City of the Holy Grail” giving the “sacred vessel” a central role much the same as, say, the famous shroud in the Italian city of Turin. One rumour is that the Grail could be displayed in a floodlit glass case as a centre piece of the Cathedral with queues of pilgrims and tourists waiting to get that photo to post up on Facebook, which will certainly take away some of the mystique which has surrounded the Grail for more than 20 centuries. The cup on show in the pretty little chapel hidden away in the corner, on the right as you enter the Cathedral in Valencia is claimed by many believers to be the true holy vessel used at the Last Supper. But is there any evidence as regards its “authenticity”? Unlike many other so-called relics (most of them artfully created in the middle Ages) the cup does indeed date back to the first century (or more exactly any time between the second century

BC to the first Century AD) and tests have shown that it was probably made in Palestine. So, the time and place of origin are about right but what is it doing here housed just 20 yards away from where tourists are tucking into their overpriced paellas and Big Macs in the Plaza de la Reina? Legend tells us that Saint Peter took the Grail to Rome where it was used by the first twenty-three Popes (presumably for performing religious mass and not for a late night tipple or for keeping their toothbrushes in). When Pope Sixto II was martyred by the Romans, Saint Lawrence sent the holy chalice to his parents in Huesca (northern Spain) for safekeeping. Saint Lawrence was unable to bring the cup to Spain in person as he was otherwise engaged being martyred himself on a huge barbecue built by his Roman tormentors, which I suppose some might call the “Holy Grill” but that’s another story. The Grail stayed hidden in Huesca for the next 450 years, kept safe by a small group of believers, surviving religious persecutions, the fall of the Roman Empire, invasions from Goths and Visigoths and the pillage of Northern Spain by the gloriously named Childebert the Bastard, King of Paris. A lot can happen in 450 years and those weren’t easy times but things were about to get worse. In 711 the Moors invaded Spain occupying most of the territory in just eight years. Bishop Acisclo and his trusted

vicar Anderberto fled to the Pyrenees in search of a hiding place for the Grail but were caught by the Moor captain Muza and his men at the cave of Yebra. Bishop Acisclo was brutally murdered by the Moorish soldiers while his loyal servant Anderberto bravely ran away and hid in the cave managing to save the Grail, valiantly turning a deaf ear to his master’s desperate cries for help. Anderberto took the Grail to the San Pedro de Siresa monastery in Huesca where it was kept hidden for three centuries. An asymmetrical star still marks the spot where it was stored in a wall cavity behind the main altar. After passing some time at Jaca cathedral, documented evidence shows that it arrived at the monastery of San Juan de la Peña in 1071. You couldn’t imagine a more fitting place for the Grail to be hidden away. Perched on the steep rocky slopes of the Pyrenees, up in the clouds towering above the thick forest that surrounds it and inhabited by an order of warrior monks (the Cluny) with no contact with the outside world, it’s straight out of Arthurian legend. Forgotten for 250 years during the dark ages, in which time the mounting and handles (made by Muslim artists from Córdoba) were added, the Grail was finally recovered by King Martin I (the humane) and was kept under the protection by various other nickname loving Aragon monarchs until it was finally taken to Valencia when King Alfonso V (the magnanimous) moved his court to the city in 1427.


Valencia’s isn’t the only Holy Grail around the world. One, said to have been brought by Joseph of Arimethea, is kept at Glastonbury. Another is the Santo Catino, brought to Genoa Cathedral from Jerusalem by the Crusaders; it’s more of a dish than a cup really, (the holy ice cream boat, perhaps?). All of them date back to the correct period and place and are made from the same semi-precious stone, red agate. Valencian believers say that their cup is the true Grail but bizarrely accept the others as being part of the same dinner service used at the last supper. Which makes you wonder how the man who lent the disciples his house for their dinner felt when he came home to find all his crockery had been pilfered, not to mention his table which is in Saint John of the Cross church in Rome. We suppose he wasn’t too surprised when all his guests were arrested the next day. Since 1427, the cup has only left Valencia Cathedral on three occasions. In 1810, during the French invasion and the War of Independence. In 1936, when it was protected from the marauding Marxists for the duration of the civil war by the elderly spinster

Miss Maria Sabina Suey in the living room of her country house in Carlet wrapped up in a newspaper. In November 1982, for the open air mass given by Pope John Paul II in the Alameda and the last time in July 2006, when Pope Benedict XVI came to Valencia. In all this time it has only suffered one slight accident but with terrible consequences. At the Good Friday service of April 3 1774 Cannon Vicente Frigola slipped and dropped the Holy chalice, which broke into pieces on the floor. Ooops! As quick as a flash the Arch Bishop rushed through the horrified congregation and took the broken pieces in a gold box (Which he happened to have on him) to the chapel of relics only stopping to give an extremely stern glance in the direction of his subordinate. The Grail was repaired that same afternoon by the cathedral jewellers but the unfortunate butter-fingered priest; Father Frigola died that very night victim of a sudden, mysterious illness. One small piece of The Grail went missing its whereabouts are still a mystery, which might be good material for the next Dan Brown novel or perhaps a Hollywood blockbuster.

This has opened up a whole can of worms concerning the Grail’s ownership, claimed variously by the City council, the Catholic Church and the Spanish Crown. There has even been talks about gaining Unesco World Heritage status for the relic. Something which is somewhat unlikely, considering the strictly non-denominational nature of the organisation and the impossibility of demonstrating the Grail’s “authenticity”. The restored Grail is now there for all to see still (until Ms Barbera gets her way) largely ignored in its unassuming little chapel in the Cathedral, if you feel like paying it a visit, but make sure you get the opening times right or you’ll end up as disappointed as King Arthur, Sir Galahad and Indiana Jones. For visiting hours:

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Do you fancy doing something other than watching football hungover or eating another paella this weekend? Hopefully, this article will coax you into heading out to the Valencian countryside, to fill your lungs with fresh air, get some exercise, and learn a little bit of history all at the same time!

La Peña Cortada (Calles/Chelva)

Ruta de los Puentes Colgantes (Chulilla) The first hike is around an hour away by car near the picturesque village of Chulilla; a town built on a steep hill overlooked by a Moorish castle. The lakes, valleys, and surrounding trails make this little gem of a pueblo a Mecca for climbers, walkers, and those just looking to relax surrounded by a little bit of nature. The recommended route, La Ruta de Los Puentes Colgantes (or The Route of the Hanging Bridges), is a circular route of 15-16 km that starts near the parking on the outskirts of the village. This easy-to-follow route carries you down to the valley floor via two wooden bridges (very safe, don’t worry!), onwards to the Loriguilla reservoir, before turning and passing through a forest trail back to Chulilla. Don’t forget to check out some prehistoric cave-paintings (pinturas rupestres) just before you reach the end! This walk shouldn’t present any difficulties to the fit and healthy, and there are plenty of beautiful spots to stop for a rest on the way! And what’s more, there is always the busy central square of Chulilla on the route home for a well-deserved cerveza! One for all the family. Wikiloc Code = 4549060

La Peña Cortada (Calles/Chelva)

Montgó Massif (Denia/Javea)

The next recommendation is not to be missed; a circular route named La Peña Cortada of around 12 – 13 km starting and ending in the village of Calles and passing through the town of Chelva. A brisk uphill start out of Calles, representing the hardest part of the walk, leads to a magnificent hilltop cave. From here, the route carries onwards and downwards through a relaxing wooded trail that ends at an ancient Roman waterway chiseled of the rock face! This fun section leads to a chink in the rock wall, like something out of Middle Earth (!), and through to the breathtaking Roman aqueduct. This is nothing to be sniffed at: with 26 km of remains found, the importance of this aqueduct is on par with that of better-known aqueducts throughout Spain. This is an excellent chance for a rest and a bocadillo (or, as we did, some wild Boar sausage, Sierra de Albarracín cheese, and a cheeky bottle of red) before pressing on towards Chelva and another opportunity for a brief stop in the Plaza Mayor dominated by the imposing Parroquia Nuestra Señora De Los Ángeles. All that’s left is to exit Chelva and make your way over the river, not forgetting to look back for a majestic view, and head back to Calles, passing by the Vegamar bodega on the way!

Massif by name and massive by nature! For a slightly tougher walk, head down towards Denia and try this superb circular route of around 15-16 km. Starting from just outside Denia (best grab some breakfast here first!), you soon begin a breathtaking ascent on well-maintained walking trails through fields of multi-colored flowers to eventually reach the peak of Montgó (753m), one of the highest points of the Comunidad Valenciana. Not only can you see Ibiza on a clear day at the peak, but you will also encounter the ruins of an eighth century Iberian settlement! Following a brief stop to take all that in, you descend the other side of Montgó towards Javea before circumnavigating the base back to the starting point. However, even if your energy is sapped, don’t forget to visit the Cueva del Agua (another small uphill section unfortunately!) for a little welcome refreshment (try to ignore the graffiti) and the well-preserved Roman inscriptions near the very end!

Again, this is an easy walk, other than the brisk start, and can be attempted by most fit and healthy people (or even maybe the not so fit!). For those who prefer to cut to the chase, you can also drive straight to the aqueduct. Again, a family affair, but maybe not for the very young or very old. Wikiloc Code = 6818074

This walk is more difficult than the previously mentioned trails, but you can encounter entire families on their Sunday morning stroll in the vicinity, so fear not! Just remember some provisions, plenty of water, and a stout pair of walking boots. Keep this one until you’ve tested yourself in Chulilla and Calles! Wikiloc Code = 11467654


Montgó Massif (Denia/Javea)

Ruta de los Puentes Colgantes (Chulilla)

La Peña Cortada (Calles/Chelva)

El Barranco del Infierno y La Catedral del Senderismo (Fleix) Have we saved the best for last? With names like La Catedral del Senderismo (The Cathedral of Hiking) and El Barranco del Infierno (The Ravine of Hell), you know you are in for a treat! But be warned, the route is also known as La Senda de los 6500 Escalones (The Path of the 6500 Steps), with each step cut out the rock by the Moriscos (nominally Christianized Muslims after Ferdinand and Isabella before their expulsion in 1609), the ancient inhabitants of this area! However, don’t be scared; this walk is highly rewarding and a sight to behold! The circular route of 13-14 km starts in the picturesque village of Fleix which sits atop the plateau looking down over the Alicante coastline; however, make sure your knees are in great shape as the uphill and downhill sections that you will encounter will definitely take your breath away! This walk may not be best suited for the very young or old, or those with knee problems!

El Barranco del Infierno (Flexix)

However, carrying plenty of water and a few snacks should see most people round this fantastic hike. One for the more experienced walker! Wikiloc Code = 10410174

Get out there and Hike! But I’ll get lost I hear you say! You won’t, I say! These walks are generally very well marked out with signs and hiking markers (usually green/yellow and white flashes on stones and walls and arrows pointing the way); but, for the well prepared or the unsure, there is also a mobile phone application you can download and use: Wikiloc. Using their online database ( and the codes provided above), it is simple to download a walk of your choice and follow it with ease on your mobile phone! Finally, a few reminders: take plenty of water (at least 2-3 liters each), sun tan lotion, your bocadillo of choice, and a good hat for some shade! Furthermore, please don’t try these walks in flip-flops or high heels; invest in a decent set of boots, or at the very least, wear some sturdy trainers with good support! Stay safe and have fun!

Ruta de los Puentes Colgantes (Chulilla)

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THE CITY OF ARTS AND SCIENCES IN 2017 So you think you know Valencia? Paella, Fallas, Sun, Sand, Football, Passion, Light and Love! All of these fiery elements make up a place that has become known as the Mediterranean city par excellence. Part of the charm lies in the contrast between the old centro historico and the newish City of Art and Sciences… Bringing together internationally renowned architects, research scientists and pioneers of the arts world, the ‘Ciudad de las Artes y las Ciencias’ has put Valencia on the international map. It has brought praise from ‘The Times’ in London and acclaim in Milan, Paris and New York. It is based on the Rio Turia Gardens and covers an area of 350.000 m 2. It has an estimated four million visitors each year. Broken up into five parts, each building has a distinctive identity and design:

L’HEMISFÈRIC This includes a Planetarium, IMAX cinema and Omniscan Laser. Designed by Santiago Calatrava (Valencia’s most famous architect) it evokes the image of a gigantic human eye. In stereophonic sound, on a huge screen of 900m2, there are continual audiovisual displays with stunning sound and images. Simultaneously presented in four languages, you just sit back and take it all in. With the latest astronomy and laser technology, it is great fun for younger enthusiasts as well the older visitor. The cinema dome has the shape, sound and images to give the impression that you are in the films being shown. It is quite an experience for the uninitiated. The aim is to entertain and display images that are not just the preserve of experts. It is also an educative centre for teachers and students with an interest in astronomy.

MUSEU DE LES CIÈNCIES “PRINCIPE FELIPE” This Science museum is a clear symbol of twenty first century values. It is open-minded to the latest technological advances, without forgetting the traditional aim of informing and bringing together the public from all walks of life. Biology, physics, sport, communications are all looked at in an original and entertaining way. There are three levels and a continual run of expositions, workshops and demonstrations. It combines the work of Nobel Prize winners as well as experimental and entertaining displays from the present. It invites the public to take part in the museum’s aims and therefore not just be bystanders. With internet facilities and scientific supervisors on hand, everyone can have a hand in a place that makes science fun as well as fascinating.

L’OCEANOGRÀFIC This oceanographic centre is the largest of its kind on the continent. Covering an area of 80.000 m2, it combines the biggest aquarium in Europe, an underwater restaurant (eat fish while larger ones swim past you), sea displays that range from the Arctic to the Tropical. It is home to 45, 000 animals of 500 different species. There is a 70m underwater glass tunnel that is available for visitors to be in close contact with sea creatures from all over the world. The educative and entertaining aspects of such a project enable the public and experts to take it all in a city that has always combined fire with water.


PALAU DE LES ARTS It has often been said that port cities have

a special relationship with music. Sydney and Liverpool are two famous examples. Valencia has become another. Covering an area of 40.000 m2, it is has become an international centre for classical music and opera in the twenty first century. Indeed, Placido Domingo is a key part of the team. With the latest acoustic technology, a huge auditorium and flexible stage facilities, it is attracting established names from the dance, theatre, opera and wider music world. Indeed, it also hosts popular

music concerts with Lisa Stansfield, Level 42 and flamenco singer Diego el Cigala being famous examples…

L’UMBRACLE This is an avant-garde contribution to Valencia. With a panoramic view of the city, it has a promenade and garden. Valencia’s very own Xanadu! It is a popular Disco and Chill Out zone at weekends and hosts all sorts of private events throughout the year. These are exciting times for the community. The City of Art and Sciences represents a place that is becoming a symbol

of 21st century Europe. Whether you are spending a weekend or a year in the area, it has become as much a part of the city as the traditional plate of paella and colour of Fallas. To quote Charlton Heston in his film role of ‘El Cid’ as he reached the gates of the city: “THIS IS VALENCIA!” For more info:

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Set in an attractive and very spacious 19th century listed building, the newish ‘El Arenal del Carmen’ restaurant is now starting to slowly but surely take off as the holiday season seeps into view. Set on a mellow street in the historic centre, it’s just a stone’s throw from the La Lonja and near Plaza Negrito so not difficult to find… The interior is an attractive and original mix of ancient and modern, with very Mediterranean ceramic tiled floors giving a warm and rustic feel to the place. Combine this with the British Red Telephone box displaying classic Gins to go with your Tonics and you know you are in a restaurant that is welcome for English and Spanish speakers alike… For somewhere that can seat about 100 customers, there are still some interesting nooks and crannies and a sultry terrace out the back too. There is a fisherman cove vibe near the kitchen, with distressed brickwork and plenty

of paintings of fishing boats and nets, including one reminiscent of Valencia’s most famous painter, Sorolla. So, to the food. Our charming maître‘d was David, a young & genial host who really knows his cuisine and very much someone who knows how to put the customers at ease. We decided to let him choose some representative dishes for us to taste. We opted for a ‘Las Campanas de Navarro’ rosé wine on the terraza of this very warm Friday night. It was a superb recommendation, lots of body and character for a a Rosado and it lasted us the whole evening. For starters, we savoured some very fresh, chopped tomatoes known as ‘Tomate Valenciano’ to go with our artisanal ‘integral’ bread. This was a gentle introduction for the first proper dish of the night, which was a ‘Pulpo Gallega’. This was a very well-cooked Galician Octopus that was filling , crunchy and distinctive. It was prepared ‘Al Sarten’ (By Saucepan), which gives it a fluffy texture. We may add that one of the ‘24/7 Valencia’ team present has a Galician grandmother, so she was qualified to give this one a full thumbs up! Fresh from the Mercado Central, we savoured some very evenly-cooked anchovies, which are known in Spain as ‘Boquerones’. This was pleasant interlude to the following dish to share, which were fresh mussels famously

known as ‘Cloxinas Valencianas’. With a white wine, garlic and lemon sauce this was a surprisingly understated and subtle experience, a very well prepared dish and very agreeable. The grande finale was a ‘Dorado Al Horno’, which was a Gilthead Bream and David rightly labelled “La Envidia” of the house . Indeed, so attractive was the dish on view that the table opposite immediately inquired with the waiter and ordered the same! It was beautifully tender and tastily combined with the potatoes & tomatoes that accompanied this gentle and wonderfully presented dish. Our overall impression of the restaurant was of cuisine that is tasty but never over-powering. This is a restaurant run by people who care about their food and drink, in fine presentation, in quality ingredients and also the joy of savouring authentic Mediterranean cuisine in historic surroundings. To finish off the evening, we shared a sexy and filling ‘Tiramisu’ as well as a delightful cheesecake with queso ricotta, almonds and ice cream. It was a refreshing way to end a memorable night. We promised ourselves to invite any visiting relatives to ‘El Arenal del Carmen’ as somewhere authentic and enjoyable to dine out in Valencia. You can’t get a better recommendation than that… 24/7 Valencia team


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Although Britain is not well famed for its culinary heritage, it is generally accepted that we do have some fine desserts. So, this month, we indulge in puddings and ‘the proof of the pudding is in the eating’! A refrain which coincidentally originates from the translation of ‘Al freír de los huevos lo verá’ by Cervantes from Don Quijote de la Mancha. It means that you can only tell whether something is good by actually experiencing it! Puddings have long been a stalwart of British cuisine, although the term pudding could be derived from both French and German and referred to either meaty sausage or similar blooded-pud. These days, ‘pudding’ can refer equally to sweet and savoury. It is also a term for desserts in general and, probably for its form or shape, can describe someone who is a little on the porky side. However, fear not! The classic Summer Pudding from which our recipe is inspired was invented in health spas around the 1920s and saw itself as a step away from the more unhealthy buttered fatty pudding. Instead, this is a refreshing mix of raspberries, blackberries, blackcurrants and redcurrants, lightly cooked with sugar, pressed and chilled with fluffy, juice-soaked bread. As we move into Autumn, try our poetic ode to Autumn and John Keats, with our ‘pudding of mellow fruitfulness’, made with raspberries, red or purple plums and blackberries. You will need one large pudding dish (1.5ml)

METHOD First place the plums and the sugar in a heavy bottomed saucepan. Simmer gently until the juices start to run and the sugar dissolves. When the plums are tender…add the rest of the berries. Cook for about 5 minutes, until the berries start to burst but do not overcook into a stew. Remove from the heat and add the lemon juice. Taste for tartness. As with

most good desserts this should be a zingy-zangy taste bud roller coaster from sweet to tart. While the fruits are cooling, press the bread slices into the pudding basin. They need to fit tight so there are no gaps for our fruits to escape to. However, please don’t steam roll flatten or it will end up dense and soggy. Next, place the plum halves in the bottom of the bowl and pour the rest of the fruits and juices over them. Cover with 1 to 2 more slices of cut bread, pressing down lightly. Cover the basin with cling film. Put a small plate or sauce that just comes short of covering the bowl and weight down with something like a tin or diving weight. Place on a dish in the fridge overnight. When you are ready to serve, remove the outside wrappings (cling film, plate and weight). Loosen with a pallet knife and turn upside down onto a plate. Hey presto! Your perfect pudding… with any luck. But remember the proof of the pudding will be in the eating! Serve chilled with cream or Greek yogurt.

Please note our new opening times in September Tuesdays to Wednesdays 10:00h - 19.00h Thursdays, Fridays 10.00h -23.30h Saturdays, Sundays 10.30-18.00h Open for Breakfasts, lunches, teas and early dinners Thursdays 20:30h ‘Speak English’ informal English language practice 5€ minimum cover charge.

PUDDING OF MELLOW FRUITFULNESS Ingredients For 6 servings • 1 loaf of firm white bread (it will be better if it is not fresh as it will cut and hold its form better) cut into 6 slices plus extra for the topping • 2 1/2-pint basket raspberries (about 2 2/3 cups) • 1 1/2-pint basket blackberries (about 1 1/3 cups) • 12 ounces red or purple plums (about 3 large), halved, pitted, each half cut into • 6 slices • 3/4 cup sugar • 1 teaspoon fresh lemon juice N.B. If you can’t find fresh fruits, most supermarkets will have the frozen berries to make the more traditional Summer pudding Fridays 20:30-23:30h Beer and tapas Saturday 12:30-13:30h Tandem aperitivo hour Sundays 10:30h-16:00h BRUNCH Saturday 30th September 17:30h-19:00h ‘Cook, bake, speak English’ A tale of Two Puddings.’ 20€ booking/ payment in advance More information: Facebook La Ola Fresca


ARTS & THEATRE MUSEUMS / GALLERIES CENTRO CULTURAL BANCAJA Arte Contemporáneo (1984-2010). Colección Fundación Bancaja Hasta 29 septiembre Fundación Bancaja presenta la exposición Francis Bacon. La cuestión del dibujo Hasta 15 Octubre CENTRE DEL CARME Manu Blázquez, Vicente Aguado, Silvia Martí. p3cmcv. Pecados Capitales Hasta 10 septiembre Paisajes Valencianos. Territorio Turistico Hasta 24 septiembre La Deriva de un Gesto Romántico Hugo Martínez-Tormo Hasta 10 septiembre Joc Vinz Feel Free / Xema Rodriguez: Hasta 3 septiembre Notificaciones Hasta 3 septiembre Reinventar Lo Posible – Accionar Lo Imaginable Hasta 3 septiembre ‘Intermedios. La Cultura Escénica en el Primer Tercio del Siglo XX Español’ CIUDAD DE LAS ARTES Y LAS CIENCIAS (L’Hemisferic, Museu de les Ciencies Principe Felipe, L’Oceanografic) ESPAI VISOR Entre Geometrías, Recuerdos, Proyectos, Reflexiones y Ausencias. Ángeles Marco Hasta 15 septiembre FUNDACIÓN CHIRIVELLA SORIANO Retrospectiva Joan Castejón Hasta 3 septiembre GALERÍA BENLLIURE Pintura Moderna y Contemporánea de los Siglos XIX y XX Permanente IVAM INSTITUT VALENCIÀ D’ART MODERN EXPOSICIONES IVAM Afinidades Electivas. Ignacio Pinazo y las Vanguardias Hasta 3 septiembre Fanzination! Los fanzines de cómic en España Hasta 17 noviembre Las Constelaciones de Julio González Hasta 14 enero 2018 Two Suns in a Sunset / Se Souvenir de la Lumière

Joana Hadjithomas & Khalil Joreige Hasta 27 agosto Imágenes de(l) Poder – Cartografía de lo Invisible Carmela García Hasta 17 septiembre Caso de Estudio Robert Frank Hasta 15 octubre Aislamiento Anzo Hasta 5 noviembre La Eclosion de la Abstraccion Hasta 16 septiembre El IVAM Produce Transition (crasas garden installation) Hasta 29 octubre En Rebeldia. Narraciones femininas en el mundo árabe

INSTITUTO FRANCÉS DE VALENCIA Architextures/Arquitexturas Hasta 31 octubre Algunos retratos de escritores” de Bernard Plossu Septiembre


Recorrido por la Prehistoria Valenciana, desde el Paleolítico hasta la Época Visigoda Exposición Permanente La saviesa de les nostres plantes Exposición sobre la figura y obra de Joan Pellicer. Hasta 17 septiembre Exposición temporal El país que va fascinar Jean Dieuzaide La mirada francesa Hasta 10 Septiembre L’ IBER DE LOS SOLDADITOS DE PLOMO Exposición Permanente: Guardias Españolas, Coleciones Valencianas, Almansa, Vida Cotidiana, Tirant y Serie Histórica JARDIN BOTANICO Por Las Ramas Manuel Sáez Hasta 24 septiembre Inspirats (pel) Botànic Hasta 17 septiembre MUSEU DE BELLES ARTES SAN PIO V Renacimiento Barroco Pintura Gótica La Pintura Académica La Pintura de los Siglos XIX y XX Colección Permanente Naturalia Piranesi en la Colección Permanente Colección Delgado Hasta 29 octubre MUSEO DE PREHISTORIA DE VALENCIA Restes de Vida, Restes de Mort

SEPT 17 Exposición Permanente Arquitectura talayótica en la prehistoria de Menorca Hasta 24 septiembre MUSEU D’HISTÒRIA DE VALÈNCIA Historia de Valencia en Ocho Periodos Exposición Permanente MUSEO VALENCIÀ D’ETNOLOGIA Huerta i Marjal El Secano y la Montaña La Ciudad Vivida. Ciudades Valencianas en Tránsito, 1800 – 1940 Exposiciones Permanentes La Saviesa de Nostres Plantes Joan Pellicer Hasta 17 septiembre El País que va Fascinar Jean Dieuzaide(la mirada francesa) Hasta 10 septiembre Faixa roja, faixa blava La pilota valenciana Hasta 10 septiembre MuVIM L’Aventura del Pensamiento Exposición Permanente Torre Islámica Exposición Permanente Valencia Según el Pare Tosca Exposición Permanente Valencia en el cómic Hasta 17 septiembre València en Vinyetes Hasta 17 septiembre Las Imágenes del Poder Hasta 15 octubre Carteles Cubanos 1959-1989 Hasta 15 octubre Poder y Propaganda Hasta 15 octubre Estructuras del tiempo Joan Martí Hasta 10 septiembre UNIVERSITAT DE VALENCIA, LA NAU La Valencia de El Flaco José García Poveda Hasta Octubre No Return Xisco Mensua Hasta 17 septiembre El Saler para el Pueblo, Ahora El Poder de la Ciudadanía en la Transformación Responsable del Paisaje y del Territorio Hasta 15 octubre Un Palco en el Teatro del Mundo José Luis Cueto Hasta 3 septiembre La Exposición Nacional de Obras Públicas Valencia 1937 Hasta 22 octubre


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CIRCUITO CAFE TEATRO ESPACIO INESTABLE Les Solidaries (teatro) Hasta 2 julio SALA RUSSAFA Ser o no Ser Hasta 24 septiembre Mujeres Bolero 1 octubre TEATRO OLYMPIA Viejovenes Hasta 3 septiembre Micheal’s legacy 6-10 septiembre Xavi Castillo news! 13 -17 septiembre Luis Piedrahita 15 -16 septiembre El Cíclope y otra rarezas de amor 21 -24 septiembre Faemino y cansado 27 septiembre -1 octubre TEATRO TALIA Que importan 10 años Hasta 10 septiembre Pares y Nines 27 septiembre hasta 1 octubre


FILMOTECA IVAC 2017 150 Aniversario Blasco Ibañez Hasta noviembre Crimenes y Sombras: El Cine Negro Clásico Hasta 24 diciembre Las Mejores Películas de 2016 Hasta 30 septiembre SEMANA DE LA MOVILIDAD SOSTENIBLE del 15 al 21 de septiembre de 2017 CARRETERA Y MANTA del 15 al 28 de septiembre de 2017 SESIÓN ESPECIAL: SANTIAGO LOZA 20 de septiembre de 2017 DOCUMENTALES MUSICALES - MUV! del 21 de septiembre al 05 de octubre de 2017 3ª MUESTRA DE CINE EUROPEO: COOPERACIÓN Y VECINDAD del 22 al 23 de septiembre de 2017


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. BLACK NOTE (Zona Aragón) C/ Polo y Peyrolón, 15

24/7 VALENCIA LISTINGS Tel. 96 393 36 63 Top choice for music lovers who love it live - jazz, blues, R’n’B, soul, funk, amenco and rock. See listings. Jazz, blues, amenco, world music, jam sessions and more... CAFÉ DEL DUENDE (Zona Carmen) C/ Túria, 62 Tel. 630 455 289 Great club specialising in authentic amenco music and culture. See listings. CAFÉ MERCEDES JAZZ (Zona Ruzafa) C/ Sueca, 27 Tel. 96 341 83 78 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 EL ASESINO (Zona plaza cedro) Plaza Cedro,1 Popular and legendary Rock bar that has been running for over 30 years! Live concerts, beers & spirits, good vibes. See the agenda at the back for the full live programme. ELECTROPURA (Zona Ruzafa) C/ Pinto Salvador Abril, 20 See Facebook for more details Acoustic gigs at 19.30h with indie often being the avour. EL LOCO (Zona Juan Llorens) C/ Erudito Orellena, 12 Tel. 96 326 05 26, El Loco is a dynamic live venue with an eclectic choice of indie, funk, rock, fusion, blues and more. Check some music and dance later.

Jimmy Glass Septiembre 2017 6 Septiembre 20:45h Thaïs Morell Quintet 7 Septiembre 22:15h Federico Nathan & Baptiste Bailly 8 Septiembre 22:15h Senso Project (quartet, vocal jazz) 9 Septiembre 22:30h Vicent Macián &

Baptiste Baillly Duo 14 Septiembre 22:15h Borja Baixauli & Christian Molina Duo 15 Septiembre 22:30h Bernard Van Rossum Quartet 16 Septiembre 22:15h Aurora Arteaga & David Minguillón Duo

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JIMMY GLASS JAZZ BAR (Zona Carmen) C/ Baja, 28 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 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. Consulta la web: KAF CAFE (Zona Benimaclet) C/Arquitecto Arnau, 16 961131706 - 663 702 960 lk Atmospheric, literary café-bar with regular live gigs and jams. La3 (Zona Puerto) C/ Padre Porta, 2 Top-notch national and International bands every month with disco afterwards until past the dawn... LA BULERIA (City of Arts and Sciences) C/Obispo Jaime Perez, 24 Tel: 96 315 30 58 Live amenco show & dinner. LA EDAD DE ORO (Zona Juan Llorens) C/ San Jacinto, 3 Tel. 649 255 048 Live music every Thursday & Friday. LA RAMBLETA Bulevar Sur, esq Pío IX (Next to Parque La Rambleta) (Zona Jesús) Tel: 96 0011511 Fantastic new live venue with great programme of live music and original and alternative theatre. MONTEREY PUB (Zona Carmen) C/ Museo, 10 Jazz jam every Wednesday evening. PALAU DE LA MUSICA (Zona Río Túria) Paseo de la Alameda, 30 Tel. (+34) 96 337 50 20 E-mail: www. Excellent classical music concerts in the Rio Turia gardens with musicians from around the world. See website for current programme. PETER ROCK (Zona Plaza Cedro)

24/7 VALENCIA LISTINGS C/ Expolrador Andres, 19 Tel: 96 091 43 04 Hard rock and blues bar/pub with live music every Sunday from 21.30h.

Sessions from Wednesday to Saturday. Open 01.30h to 07.30h Funk, disco, hip-hop, house. R’n’B, freestyle and more...

Zona Aragón

CARIBBEAN’S ARAGÓN C/ Bélgica, 5 House and pop, good mix of DJs and popular with students of all nationalities!

Zona Ruzafa

GORDO C/ Carlos Cervera,23 Tel: 96 336 31 67 Underground electro and more in one of Valencia’s hippest barrios.


PETER ROCK CLUB (Zona Carmen) C/ Quart, 26 Facebook: PeterRockClub Concerts, Live music in the Barrio del Carmen with the emphasis on ROCK! SALA MATISSE (Zona Plaza Cedro) C/ Ramon de Campoamor, 60 Live music in a student friendly zone. SALA ZIRCO (Zona Canovas) Joaquin Navarro, 11 Valencia Tel: 963 77 18 62 Newish venue with quality jazz bands TRANQUILO MUSICA Bringing you the best local, national and international indie bands to Valencia. Keep up the good work! UNA COSA RARA (Zona Juan Llorens) C/ Villanueva y Gascons, 2 Tel: 96 327 06 72 Some quality local bands to accompany your Mediterranean meal at this ‘Bistro Musical’ including Jazz, Flamenco, Blues, Fusion, World Music and more... WAH-WAH (Zona Blasco Ibáñez) C/ Campoamor, 52 Tel. 96 356 39 42 / 645 792 674 National and international indie-rock & pop in a student zone...


Zona Blasco Ibañez AGENDA Avenida Blaso Ibañez, 111 Movil: 639 048 067

C/Carlos Cervera, 23 Movil: 678 64 49 41 Electronica, Funk, House and more in the hip barrio of Ruzafa. NYLON C/ Germanias, 31 664 46 98 40 Valencia’s latest club. Electronica all night long in the hip barrio of Ruzafa. PICCADILLY DISCOTECA CLUB C/ dels Tomassos, 12. Barrio de Russafa. Valencia. (antigua Sala Sider / Excuse me!) One of the wildest and most fun clubs in Valencia now situated in the hip barrio of Ruzafa. PLAY

C/ Cuba, 8

Tel: 96 3920570 Newish club in the hip barrio of Ruzafa. Indie, pop and dance all night long. XTRA LRGE PLAYGROUND Gran Via Germanias, 21(esq Cadiz) New club with 600 metre multi-use oor. Electronica and indie, art exhibitions too. Theatre every week at 23.00h. See facebook.

Zona Juan Lloréns

LA EDAD DE ORO C/ San Jacinto, 3 Tel. 649 255 048 Live music and its classic mix of pumping sounds...from rock & roll to house! Open 22.00h until 4.00h, Thursday to Saturday. MAGAZINE CLUB Pza / Perez Escrich, 18 Zona Juna Llorens Magazine has become an essential part of the rock’n’roll scene in Valencia.

Zona El Carmen

BOLSERIA CAFÉ C/Bolseria, 41 Tel: 96 391 89 03 Hot tropical vibe with swinging crowd at weekends. House, Latin, funk and pop.


GONG C/ Concordia, 3.(near C/Caballeros) Movil:663111717 Excellent music and great hosts. KRAKEN C/ San Dionisio, 3 Feel ‘heavy metal’ and like hard rock? Plenty of like-minded souls in a loud bar. Rock on! MONTEREY PUB C/ Museo,10 Jazz Jam sessions, rock & roll and more... RADIO CITY C/ Santa Teresa, 19 Tel: 96 391 41 51 A legendary club in Valencia’s old town. Free, eclectic disco Monday - Sunday nights, live amenco every Tuesday @23h. English language nights Thursday @20h with Britpop music till late. Funky and friendly club. Club legendario en el centro histórico. Flamenco en directo los martes. Intercambio de inglés los jueves. Discoteca gratis los nes de semana. SLAVIA Plaza San Jaime, 8. Slavia is a long-established classic of the Carmen scene. Open since 1996, with an ample selection of cocktails, gins and beers. ÚNIC Plaza Sant Jaume, 1 New! Set in the very heart of the centro historico. Cocktails, music, art & design, fashion, young urban crowd. Vintage sofas too. Watch the people of the barrio stroll by. Lovely terrace too. VIBORA SAVAGE ROCK’N’ ROLL CLUB C/ Quart, 47

Zona Plaza Cedro

TORNILLO C/ Campoamor, 42 Tel. 96 392 55 27 INDIE scene. Electronica beats collide with guitar, loads of students partying, dancing. Look out for the distinctive huge nail outside!

Zona Puerto / Playa LA3

c/ Padre Porta, 2 Indie & electrónica sounds on 3 foors.

Zona Campanar

FRYDA Avenida de Las Cortes Valencianas, 58 Movil: 692 85 25 55 New! Disco & Restaurant with stylish terraza, 3 ambiences, house music and more... 19

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Zona Plaza Ayuntamiento FEDERAL C/ Embajador Vich, 15 Upmarket, elegant and spacious café-bar with plenty of magazines and healthy food and drinks. Tel: 96 0617 596 SOFARTCAFÉ C/ Musico Peydro, 7 Movil: 684047434

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. BODEGA LA PESETA C/ Cristo del Grao, 16 Móvil: 637 86 05 28 Attractive, bohemian interior with crowd to match. Tortilla is a speciality. LA FÁBRICA DEL HIELO C/ Pavia, 37 Set in the increasingly hip barrio of Cabanyal. Art space with café-bar, art exhibitions, live music and more.

Zona Calle Jesús

CRACOVIA BAR C/ Alcira, 25 Tel: 963 287 456 Groovy café-bar with healthy cuisine, art exhibitions, live gigs, DJ sessions and more

Zona El Carmen

ANITA GIRO Pintor Domingo 7 (near the small garage next to the Quart Towers). Reservations: 961 133 418. Facebook anita.giro

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 20

24/7 VALENCIA LISTINGS crowd of students, locals, visitors and a very popular terraza. Open 09.00h 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. CAFÉ MUSEU C/ Museu, 7 Tel: 960 72 50 47 Facebook Café-Museu Bohemia at its nest, with a mellow terraza in a tranquil part of the Barrio del Carmen. Breakfast, brunch, teas, coffees, beers, newspapers, magazines, acoustic concerts, exhibitions and more. “Esta original cafetería, con techos abovedados, ventanal ovalado y terraza, sirve desayunos, bocatas y tapas.” CAFÉ DEL NEGRITO Pl. Negrito Tel. 96 391 42 33 Classic Carmen hangout. Liberal 30-somethings, arty crowd, lots of people wearing glasses! CAFÉ TERTULIA 1900 C/ Alta 4

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 forma tradicional, con una amplia variedad de COCKTAILS LA CAVA DEL NEGRET C/ Calatrava, 15 Tel: 96 392 33 01 MAGAROTA C/ Zurradores, 9 Movil: 665 04 15 08 Friendly Spanish tapas & café Bodeguita bar with terraza and popular owners. MONTEREY BAR & DISCOS C/ Baja, 46B (Barrio del Carmen) Tel: 96 3917 929 Monday –Friday 17h-01h Saturday 12h-15 / 18h-01.30h Sunday and holidays: 18h-01h MUEZ (CAFÉ-LIBRERIA GASTRONÓMICA) Plaza del Mercado, 26 Tel: 96 0067822 7 Movil:627406094 Hip and increasingly popular café bar with attractive terrace near Mercado Central and a bohemian clientele. RIVENDEL RESTO BAR C/ Hospital, 18 Tel: 96 392 32 08

CAFETÍN (Café.Cocktail. Bar) Plaza San Jaume, 2 Movil: 652 38 32 28 Situated in the heart of the barrio del carmen in Valencia with more than 30 years of history. This is a relaxing,

SANT JAUME C/ Caballeros, 51 Tel. 96 391 24 01 Valencia Café society par excellence. Set in what may be the best corner of the centro histórico, this long established café bar has a cosmopolitan crowd, lots

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24/7 VALENCIA LISTINGS 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. SOL I LLUNA C/ del Mar, 29 Tel. 96 392 22 16, www. TETERIA TISANA 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, TROMBON C/ Moret, 10 (near Plaza del Carmen) Open since 1974, Trombon is one of the oldest bars in the Carmen. Table football, good music and local crowd. Friendly service. Open from 20h – 03.30h from Tuesday to Saturday and open to all.

Tel: 617 27 20 42 Superb! International multilingual staff with a friendly atmosphere and packed agenda including theme nights, language exchange, live music, quiz. Wednesday Ruta de la Tapa del Cedro’. Good food too. TORNILLO C/ Campoamor, 42 Tel. 96 392 55 27 A meeting point for faces from the indie and electronica scenes. De nitely worth checking.

Zona Plaza Xuquer

ROCAFULL CAFE Pl. Xuquer, 14 A key meeting point of the ‘indie’ community.

Zona Plaza Cedro

CAFE INFINITO C/ Poeta Mas y Ros, no 35


Zona Benimaclet

Zona Ruzafa

EL PATIO DE RUZAFA C/ Literato Azorin, 13 Spacious cultural centre with bar and tapas, rich variety of activities including talks, workshops, and more. Centro cultural amplio con bar y tapas, gran variedad de actividades como charlas, talleres y más. LA TAVERNAIRE C/ Dénia, 18 Tel: 605 838 299 Bohemian cafe-bar, vegetarian dishes, live music Wednesdays. LA PINÇA C/ Pintor Salvador Abril, 34 Tel: 96 3 25 05 82 / 693 593 037 Arty and welcoming café-bar. UBIK CAFÉ Calle Literato Azorín 13 Valencia www. 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. Wonderful, spacious and welcoming cafe-bar/ second-hand bookshop. Spanish & Italian tapas, beer, wine, bohemian crowd, friendly atmosphere. Closed Monday.


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 Puerto

LAZOTEA SKYBAR LOUNGE Plaza del Tribunal de Las Aguas, 5 Av. Del Puerto junto al Puerto de Valencia – Hotel Alazanas TERRAZA MALABAR Edi cio Veles e Vents Movil: 682 613 446 / 677 72 53 21 Sunsets, Beers & Music. Chill out to different sounds including Soul, Funky, House, Downtempo, Ambient, Flamenco, Funky, Hip-Hop, World, Indie and live music too...

CROSS C/ Juan de Mena, 7 (Zona Botanico) Facebook Cross Valencia 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 Drag Queen. Closed Monday. Uno de los pubs gays más populares de Valencia. Lunes cerrado, jueves noche karaoke, viernes estas preparadas por Dj, sábado noche show de Drag Queen. LA BELLA DE CADIZ C/ Cadiz, 54 Facebook labelladecadiz54 Set in the hip barrio of Ruzafa, this friendly café-bar has a terraza and an international vibe and an incredible collection of camp antiques in the very spacious interior. LA PECERA C/ Cadiz, 86 Tel: 639 517 703 Popular with lesbians in evenings. Open to all.


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NUNCADIGONO C/Doctor Monseratt,28 The latest gay sex-club with rooms, showers, labyrinths, videos, slings, contacts, S&M, bears, fucking, sex, glory-holes, motor bikes. Fiestas Sex’ every Monday (Slip or Naked) and Friday from 22.00h. Each month: ‘Fiesta Slip’ 1st and 3rd Thursday from 22h (jockstrap/ swimwear) ‘Fiesta Naturista’ 2nd & 4th Thursday from 22h. (naked) Free cloakroom service and free condoms and lubrication, ask at the bar. Every Friday Porno/ Live Show. Happy hours todos los dias. Open every day from 13.00 pm to 04.00 am. Gay sexbar. Cuartos, duchas, laberintos, videos, slings, valencia, contactos, gay, nuncadigono, bar, sm, bears, sexo, motos. PEKADO 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. QART CAFÉ C/ Guillem de Castro, 80 SANT MIQUEL Pl. Sant Miquel, 13 Tel. 96 392 31 29 SEXBAR OHLALA C/Doctor Monseratt,28 Valencia SPARTACUS C/ Flassanders, 8 Gay sex shop TRAPEZZIO CAFÉ Pl. Músico Lopez Chavarri, 2

CERVECERIAS BEER C/ Salamanca, 4 Tel. 96 374 14 31 Facebook Cerveceria Beer

LOS PIKAPIEDRA (Zona Carmen) C/ Caballeros, 25 Tel: 96 3 919 876/ 681 215 545

24/7 VALENCIA LISTINGS Great! De nitive of the alternative Carmen scene. Highly popular with students, punks, hippies and adventurous tourists. It is a friendly, alternative hangout that is run by a multilingual, well-travelled owner and is open to all. Set on 3 floors with room for groups and couples. After 18 years of deserved popularity with locals and visitors, Los Pikapiedra is without doubt an essential part of the Barrio del Carmen scene. Easy to nd too! Reasonable prices.They now have a wonderful selection of Spanish tapas. Ask at the bar for their carta. Special offers every WEDNESDAY! 1 litre Porrones 4,50€ (Cider, Beer, Calimocho, Tinto de Verano). Jarras 1 litro 8€ (Agua de Valencia, Sangria, Mojito). Cubatas 3,50€. Menu 6€ (Salad, Drink, Tabla Iberico of hams, meats & cheeses). Porrones 4.50€ on Thursdays too! Bar Los pikapiedra es un bar alternativo legendario, con gente bohemia, porrones, música ecléctica y tapas españolas.


DANIEL HORCHATERIA Av. De la Horchata, 41 Alboraya, Valencia Tel: 96 185 88 66 Legendary Horchateria on the outskirts of Valencia, in the traditional Alboraya district.



GEORGE BEST C/ Alzira, 12 Great name, good beers, indie music. The fth Beatle would surely have approved.


BEERS & TRAVELS BAR Plaza Manises, 3 Tel: 96 392 60 50 Zona Carmen Facebook Beers and Travels Bar www. ‘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. At ‘Birra & Blues Valencia’ the prize is our homemade craft beer, and the

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great food that goes perfectly with your drink. In our restaurant bar, centrally located on Av. María Cristina, 12, in the very heart of Valencia, you can taste the ten ales that have won international awards and that we produce in our Patacona brewery. We combine this with quality cuisine, pizzas and tapas. Next to the Central Market, we have three different spaces with ‘bluesy’ decoration and an attractive terrace so that you can enjoy our understanding of good beer and good food. We have menus with beer included from 12.50€, homemade pizzas and the best tapas. FINNEGAN’S Pl. de la Reina Tel: 96 392 28 62 SAINT MARTIN’S URBAN IRISH Calle Abadía de San Martin, 2 (near San Vicente) Tel: +34963942171 46002 Valencia Saint Martin’s Urban Irish is our new pub right in the center of Valencia! Enjoy international beers & spirits and great snacks to ll you up not only with beer. Enjoy all major sports events through our 6 extra large FULL HD screens. You will enjoy like never before. Sky Sports on with all major events broadcasted! Our international atmosphere and our location manage to unite the tradition of an Irish pub with a young and relaxed atmosphere. (Find us between Plaza de la Reina and Plaza del Ayuntamiento, just off San Vicente street). Nuevo Pub irlandés moderno y céntrico donde disfrutar de todos los eventos de deporte, con cervezas de importación, snacks, copas... THE MARKET C/ Danzas / Cajeros (Near La Lonja) Tel: 961 054 050 Facebook: the market cerveza artesana The Market serves homemade beer in a warm setting with tostas & tablas to savour with your brown beer. Great music and experience owners. Open every day from 19h. Cervecería artesana, tostas y buena música. Cerca de la Lonja y Mercado Central. TYRIS ON TAP Taula De Canvis, 6 (near La Lonja) Tel: 96 1 13 28 73 Great! Just a stone’s throw from La Lonja and Mercado Central, you will nd ‘Tyris on Tap’, which is the taproom of local Valencian brewers Tyris. All their cervezas are craft beers so you won’t nd any commercial brands here, just lovingly brewed beer. Enjoy an ample terrazza and a hip yet relaxed interior

24/7 VALENCIA LISTINGS of wooden tables & chairs and colourful posters lining the walls. On the wall, there is an attractively designed graphic explanation of the steps taken to brew beer. Tasty tapas, gourmet burgers and salads too. Cerveza artesanal, hambuerguesas gourmet en una terraza excelente.


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.

drum. Just across from Mestalla stadium, a Mecca for football fans from all over the world. Friendly atmosphere.


MAX MAX C/ Vinalopó, 11 (Pl. Xúquer) Tel: 96 362 68 67


SPAGHETTI & BLUES Restaurante Pizzeria Av. Mare Nostrum, 34 Tel: 96 355 04 74 Zona Playa de la Patacona 46120


BABALÚ C/ Manyans 17 (next to Plaza Redondo) Tel: 96 315 50 40 ¡Fiesta! An excellent restaurant-bar-club for those who love authentic Cuban food.


ST. PATRICK’S IRISH PUB Gran Vía Marqués del Turia, 69 Tel: 96 351 36 42 “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 See Facebook for more details!Zona Avenida Aragón MANOLO EL DEL BOMBO Pl. Valencia Club de Fútbol, 5 Tel: 96 930 460 A traditional Spanish bar with a different interior - a football museum with photos of the legendary Manolo del Bombo,


BALANSIYA Paseo de las Facultades, 3 Authentic Moroccan cuisine in a beautiful and spacious interior DUKALA 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. SAHARA (ZONA CARMEN) C/ del Mar, 52 Tel: 96 394 32 76 Movil: 698 579 148


MA KHIN CAFÉ (COLONIAL ASIAN FOOD) Mercado Colon / Jorge Juan, 19 Tel:96 352 8132 TAO TAO TABERNA ASIATICA C/ Cadiz, 37 Tel: 96 091 2915 / móvil: 615 725 320 Set in the hip barrio of Ruzafa... Authentic & Asian run fusion restaurant with Chinese, Thai, Japanese, Vietnamese cuisine.


SÉSAME C/ En Bou (Zona Carmen) Tel: 96 391 30 62 Highly popular. The well-travelled French owner proposes a wide variety of creative tapas and dishes with an original Greek & Mediterranean/ Asian/ French and Vegetarian fusion using only fresh local produce. the chap with the massive beret and



EL RINCON GRIEGO C/ Conde Montornes, 23 (just off C/ Mar and corner of Poeta Liern) Tel: 96 394 4443 Mobile: 639608867 Zona Carmen Intimate and Greek owned and run, well- established restaurant in a quiet corner of the old town. Enjoy Greek tapas, sh and meat dishes, cheeses, yoghurts, pastries and Greek wine too!


TAJ-MAHAL (ZONA AV. PUERTO) C/ Dr. Manuel Candela, 20, Tel: 96 330 62 64. One of the best Indian restaurants along the coast. Authentic Indian cuisine, chefs with 12 years Brit experience. Classic menu with all the favourites: Chicken Tandoori, Chicken Tikka, King Prawn Tandoori, Lamb. Variety of rices, attentive bilingual staff on hand to serve ‘English’ or ‘Spanish’ version of spicy. About 18€ per head. Taj Mahal now has home delivery until midnight for minimum price of 20€. Check out the British and Indian products at their shop next door! Curry powders, corn akes, ketchup, tinned beans, and loads more. An expat’s dream! Uno de los mejores restaurantes indios en Valencia con comidas y cenas típicas del país. Muchos productos indios en su tienda a lado también.


LA FORCOLA C/ Borrull, 29 Tel: 963 155 909 Highly popular Italian owned & run pizzería & restaurant with quality food at reasonable prices and friendly staff. Set in the tranquil Botanico barrio.


AL POMODORO C/ del Mar, 22 Tel: 96 391 48 00, Very popular, good value, great pizza. BACCO D.O.C. 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 restaurant in the centre of the historic Barrio del Carmen. It is original, good fun and it is baroque! It has a stunning cave-like interior of “bejewelled and mirrored” stalagmites and stalactites, tasteful lighting, lots of nooks and crannies and three oors. So it’s no surprise that this restaurant is highly popular with romantic couples looking for something 23

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SEPT 17 original yet tasty and genuine. Their carta is extensive with a wide selection of pastas & pizzas including chicken, bacon, cheese and tropical fruit specialities. Lovers of Italian vino can enjoy their Lambrusco as well as Spanish & Italian wines. The ‘24/7 Valencia’ team has always found the atmosphere welcoming and often international, especially at the weekends. Restaurante muy distinto, con el interior como una cueva. Muy romántico para parejas. Carta extensa de pizzas y pastas. CIAO BELLA C/Corona, 8 Tel: 96 105 65 81 Spacious & classy restarant, with historic interior with authentic Italian cuisine with experienced hosts from Rome. LA PAPPARDELLA C/ Bordadores, 5 (next to Cathedral) Tel: 96 391 89 15 Popular Italian restaurant without pizza and emphasis on Piadinas and pastas. LA STRADA 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 sh dishes. Wines from many regions of Italy.


DON SALVATORE C/ Conde de Altea, 41 Tel: 96 334 13 04 Spot the Valencia footballer! LAMBRUSQUERÍA C/ Conde Altea, 31 -36 Tel: 96 334 07 53 lambrusqueria. Clooney did eat here!


KOKURA AUTOMATIC SUSHI Plaza Pere Borrego I Galino, 10 (C/Alta con Na Jordana) Tel: 96 3 911 102 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!


KAÑA MAKAN C/ Explorador Andres, 24 (Plaza Cedro) Tel: 96 0150 796 C/ Sueca, 61 (Ruzafa)

24/7 VALENCIA LISTINGS Facebook Kaña Makan Smells delicious! Exotic and tasty Mediterranean tapas with Arabic in uences and interior and friendly Syrian owner.


AMEYAL Conde de Salvatierra, 39 Tel: 96 3205 837/ 96 3 236 153 Upmarket Mexican cuisine in a spacious and beautiful interior in a cosmopolitan zone.

enjoy sardines, cod, ‘vinho verde’ and fado music in the hip barrio of Ruzafa. Wouldn’t look out of place in Shoreditch! PORTUSCALE C/ Subida del Toledano, 6 Tel. 96 1 14 40 63 e-mail: Authentic Portuguese restaurant with Portuguese owners. Next to the cathedral.



PALARDI CAFFE RESTOBAR C/ Cuenca, 31. Come and chill on our terrace, in this new friendly cafe bar. Copas, cócteles, coffee and great food. Tex-mex menu available day and night. Every Thursday is the day of “ Burger and Beer”. Closed Mondays. English and Spanish spoken. Relajate en nuestra terraza y bar acogedor. Copas, cócteles y buena comida. Cada jueves es el día de “haburguesa y cerveza”. Cerrado los lunes. Hablamos castellano e inglés.

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 This is the real deal. Quality Valencian cuisine. With over 60 years of experience, Alkazar is perfectly placed right in the centre on a mellow & traf c–free street, very near to Plaza Ayuntamiento so easy to find. Mariscos y arroces auténticos con 60 años de experiencia. CARPE DIEM C/ Martínez Cubells, 4 (off Passeig Ruzafa) Tel: 96 342 77 80, A genuine Spanish restaurant right in the centre of Valencia, on a mellow side street, dead easy to find! EL COLMADO DE LA RIVERA C/ Ribera, 14 LOTELITO VALENCIA ROOMS & BAR C/ Barcas, 13 Tel: 96 206 78 52 Movil: (+34) 656 265 229 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. VUELVE CAROLINA C/ Correos, 8 Run by the legendary chef Quique Dacosta with fine produce, creative cuisine and impressive wine list designed by Manuela Romeralo, an award-winning somellier. Expect to pay between 40€ -50€…


SIMALÚ C/ Caballeros, 10 Tel: 96 1 93 03 57 Classy Peruvian restaurant of the highest quality in terms of product and presentation. This is authentic Peruvian cuisine with real avours of the land.

PORTUGUESE CAFÉ PESSOA C/ Literato Azorin, 2 Tel: 96 341 75 14 Great! An authentic Portuguese café bar with lovely cocktails and trendy interior. LA CONSERVA Literato Azorin, 18 Movil: 697 95 52 94 Dig the trendy & kitsch interior and

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ALMA DEL TEMPLE C/Almirante, 14 Tel: 96 315 52 87 Upmarket restaurant in beautiful setting with historic Arabic wall as part of the interior, re ecting Valencia’s Moorish

24/7 VALENCIA LISTINGS past. Wide range of rice, sh and meat dishes. BAR ALMUDIN 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! DOS AGUAS 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. Dig the vintage British Red telephone box by the window! Cocina mediterránea fresca incluyendo mariscos, tapas españolas y platos de arroz, incluyendo paella genuina! Una amplia selección de vinos y grandes Gin’n’Tonics.

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EL BOTIJO C/ San Miguel s/n 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.


(RAQUEL CERNICHARO) C/ Baja, 42 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. LA CARME C/ Soguers, 2 Tel: 96 392 2532 30 years old emblematic restaurant of the Barrio del Carmen with Mediterranean dishes and cosy yet spacious interior.

EL RALL 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 TAP C/ Roteros, 9 Tel:96 3 912 627 Tasty and intimate cuisine and near Torres de Serranos. ESCALONES DE LA LONJA C/ Pere Compte, 3

EL PONY PISADOR C/ Zurradores, 7 (Near Plaza Santa Catalina) Tel: 638 196 289/ 635 849 390 Homemade Spanish food, rustic interior and run by a friendly Spanish couple. Try their Croquetas de Jamón Ibérico, artichokes, baby squid with paprika, strawberry cheese cake. In a quiet corner of the Centro Histórico. Good selection of wines from 8€ to 16€. Menú del día 10€ including drink. Saturday & Sunday lunch 14€, drink extra. Dishes from 4.50€ to 7€. Authentic Spanish cuisine. Restaurante Español íntimo, rústico y con comida casera muy buena; rabo de toro, croquetas, jamón ibérico, calamares y más. KA’RAK

LA LLAR DEL CHEF C/ Pintor Domingo, 29 Tel:96 044 6829 Facebook Restaurante La Llar del Chef This is special. On a quiet street near to the Torres de Quart. A la carte and daily tasting menu. Quality and authentic Valencian and Mediterranean cuisine including home made paellas, meat and sh dishes created with artistic panache. Very well-travelled and experienced chef owner Teresa Camacho Giménez vision is to fuse traditional Valencian & Mediterranean cuisine with innovative presentation. Vegan and gluten-free choices too. Comida mediterránea, rica en verduras, arroz, aceite, frutas seleccionando los mejores productos de temporada combinados con sus peculiares innovaciones, directa a los paladares más exigentes.



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LA LOLA C/ Subida de Toledano, 8 Tel: 96 391 80 45, This is ‘nueva cocina española’! Authentic live flamenco every week.

LA PILARETA 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.

L’APLEC 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 homemade, 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.

LA VALENCIANA C/ Juristas, 12 Tel: 96 3 153 856 Email: reservas@arrocerilavalenciana. 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. LIENZO Plaza del Tetuan, 18 Tel:96 352 1081 Upmarket and reliable. Excellent tapas with seafood a speciality. Tapas 5€-15€. Menus 27€-55€. LIGAZON C/ Arolas,11-bajo. 46001-Valencia Telefono de reservas: 961141112 MAR D’AVELLANES C/ Avellanas, 9 Tel: 96 392 51 66 Classy cuisine near Plaza Reina. MARIA MANDILES Plaza Manises, 2 Tel: 96 04 60 57 MARIA MANDILES C/ del Padre Huérfanos, 2 Tel: 96 315 48 84

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MATTILDA 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. Muy cerca de Torres de Serranos tan fácil de encontrar. Cocina creativa con propietario y personal altamente experimentado. Mattilda combina suculentas tapas y cocina de calidad con presentación artística con una clientela leal y cosmopolita. Interior limpio y atractivo del estilo vintage. MERCAT DE LA REINA Plaza de la Reina, 19 Tel:96 3 925 789 / Movil:629381846 Quality produce include tapas, pinchos and meals with a modern twist. OCHO Y MEDIO Plaza Lope de Vega, 5 Tel: 96 392 20 22 OSTRAS PEDRIN C/Bonaire, 23 Tel:96 3767054 Enjoy different types of oysters, prepared in the style you choose, with your white wine and more… PICOFINO GASTROBAR Plaza Reina, 18 Tel: 96 3 155 020 Classy & classic Mediterranean cuisine and tapas on a beautiful terraza in the heart of Valencia. RACÓ EL FALLERET Guillem de Castro, 114 Tel: 96 064 28 72 REFUGIO RESTAURANTE DEL CARMEN C/ Alta, 42 Tel: 96 391 7754 The ‘Cooking Revolution’! Refugio is truly a restaurant of the Carmen. Run by a warm, bohemian Valencian couple with years of culinary experience this is now a Mediterranean fusion restaurant with International cuisine. Warm, wooden interior with intimate corners. RINCÓN 33 C/ Corretegeria,33 Tel: 96 4 910 952 Cuisine from the Mediterranean... SAN MIGUEL C/ San Miguel, 7 Tel: 963921447/ movil 685893736 Facebook: Restaurante San Miguel SIDRERIA EL MOLINÓN C/Bolseria, 40 Tel: 963 91 15 38

24/7 VALENCIA LISTINGS 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.


TASCA EMBRUJO DEL CARMEN C/Juristas, 5 Tel: 96 0 014 584/ 695 478 914 Facebook Embrujo dl Carmen Delightful Spanish restaurant with warm and colourful interior, relaxed terraza and friendly service. Spanish and Andalusian cuisine to savour and just a stone’s throw from the Cathedral in a quiet spot of the centro historico. Live music, paella, friendly service. Cocina española y andaluza para saborear y sólo un tiro de piedra de la Catedral en una zona tranquila del centro historico. Música en vivo, la paella, el servicio amable. TINTOFINO ULTRAMARINO C/ Corretgeria, 38 Tel: 963 154 599 / 636 429 329 Like a ne wine? Oh, that’s superb! Tapas, cheese, and meat too! Tinto no is a wonderful, classy tapas bar restaurant with an extensive collections of 50 wines from Spain & Italy as well as delicious tapas from the mediterranean. Live acoustic music every Wednesday. Tintofino es un tapas-bar de mucha calidad, con vinos de Italia y España. TRECE C/ Calatrava, 12 Tel: 667 719 897 Hip new restaurant with mediterranean fusion dishes and original, vintage interior. VOLARE C/ Roteros, 12 Tel: 96 0 643 540 Very near Torres de Serranos. Quality mediterranean cuisine from every corner of the region, Spain, Italy, Greece, Lebanon ...Spanish, English and Italian spoken. Lovely staff. Cocina mediterránea de calidad, España, Italia, Grecia, Líbano... Cerca de Torres de Serranos. Se hablan idiomas. Personal acogedor. YUSO C / de la Cruz, 4 izquierda and Plaza del Carmen, 6.

LA HUERTA DE RAMONET C/ Lepanto, 4 (near Torres de Quart) Movil:657 167 924 The real Spain. Tasty and fresh Mediterranean gastronomy with delightful and welcoming & very well-travelled English Speaking Spanish owner Ramonet. Authentic live amenco gatherings on Wednesday evenings...


ALFÀBEGA C/ Conde Altea, 30 Tel: 96 3 738 815 Quality and wide range of rice dishes. COCO PAZZO Conde de Altea, 51 Movil: 717 12 22 35 Set in the cosmopolitan Canovas restaurant where you can enjoy Spanish / Mediterranean tapas and delicious & authentic barbecue ‘parrilladas’ with hamburgers to enjoy too. Good value prices too. DE CALLE Conde Altea, 12 Tel: 96 3 951 178 Popular with the professional boho crowd. Dine in a chilled out and relaxed ambience with creative, well-cooked cuisine… MAMA RACHA TABERNA C/Ciscar, 15 Tel: 960 065 558 Tapas with soul with a welcoming interior. O’PAZO C/ Conde Altea, 21 Tel: 96 320 11 78 Galician bodega...


LA MORA TABERNA ESPAÑOLA Pasaje Ventura Feliu, 20 Tel: 96 3324 106 Quality tapas and memorable lunches & dinners. Popular with locals, which is always a good sign. PICA’P (FOOD & DRINKS) Plaza Pintor Segrelles, 7 Tel: 96 0 642 867 Creative tapas and traditional dishes

SEPT 17 with terrace, original interior, great pints and top Gin’n’tonics!


PATA NEGRA C/ Barón de San Petrillo,3 Tel:96 389 09 54 Vintage-style interior, quality Mediterranean tapas and dishes, jazzy soundtrack...


TABERNA LA PICONERA C/de la Peanya, 15 (near Avenida de Puerto) Off the beaten track, delightful Andalusian style taverna-restaurant that is family run. Valencian paella, squid, Gazpacho, Salmorejo, salads. LA SUCURSAL Veles e Vents Muelle de la Aduana s/n Tel: 96 3746 665 Legendary restaurant that was once part of the IVAM and is now set in the port area.


RICARD CAMARENA RESTAURANT ***** Bombas Gens Centre d’Art Avda. Burjassot, 54 (P1-3ª) Tel:96 3 355 418 Highly creative chef combines Mediterranean dishes with cosmo influences with this new project in an untouristy area of Valencia. Prices range from 50€ -120€.


CANALLA BISTRO Maestro Serrano, 5 Tel:96 3 740 509 From New York to Japan, this is a fusion restaurant with an urban and cosmopolitan vibe. Another creation of award-winning chef Ricardo Camarena. EL RODAMON DE RUSSAFA C/ Sueca, 47 Hip and happening with tapas from all over the globe made Valencian by a well-travelled staff… RICARD CAMARENA Calle Doctor Sumsi, 4 Fresh ingredients and most original cuisine. Run by one of Valencia’s most prestigious & pioneering chefs. Menu degustacion:75€ -105€

CULLERA CASA SALVADOR Legendary rice restaurant in Cullera. Tel. 961 72 02 36



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SEPT 17 C/Palleter, 51 (Zona Juna Llorens) Genuine Valencian Bodega off the beaten track with a bohemian atmosphere and popular with an alternative crowd of all ages and open to all. Run by 2 brothers for over 30 years...

24/7 VALENCIA LISTINGS C/ Santo Tomas, 18 (Zona Carmen) Tel: 960 654 449 Very classy tapas bar and restaurant in spacious listed building on 2 oors in the heart of the Carmen. Cuisine is Spanish and Mediterranean fusion with exquisite quality and with avant-garde presentation. Friendly kitchen.


THAILICIOUS C/ Almirante Cadarso, 6 Tel: 96 3815181


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. KAÑA MAKAN C/ Sueca 61, Ruzafa C/ Explorador Andrés, 24( Plaza Cedro) Tel: 960 15 07 96 Open everyday from 19h - 00.00h Middle Eastern tapas fusion with attractive interior and friendly crowd. SANTA COMPANYA C/ Roteros 21 Tel:961 100 805 La Santa Companya is a wine & tapas bar, with more than 15 years of experience, where you can learn to compartir (share) with friends or as a couple. Savour the atmosphere at the long bar or at tables with wines that they can recommend to accompany your tapas that are homemade in a hip yet warm environment. TABERNA ARANDINOS C/ de la Cruz, no 1 (Plaza del Angel) Mobile: 639259581 VIVA MASCARAQUE

DELICIOUS VEGAN FOOD C/ Quart, 41B · Valencia · 626 355 997

THE VURGER C/Quart, 41-B (Zona Carmen) Movil: 626 355 997 Very popular with all ages and it has only been open for a month! Delightful twist on a Fast food burger bar... in that all the food is only vegan! The Vurger is well-designed and thought out. It’s great fun and the food is very inexpensive and surprisingly good. Delicioso giro en una barra de hamburguesas de comida rápida ... en que toda la comida es sólo vegana! The Vurger está bien diseñado y pensado. Es muy divertido, la comida no es cara y esta sorprendentemente buena. Cerca de Torres de Quart.

An impressive ‘Modernista’ market that is over hundred years old and 3,500 metres squared, covering 2 floors. Since being reformed, it has become an upmarket collection of boutique shops, trendy Spanish and Asian restaurants, cafe-bars, clubs. Great horchata and fartons served here too!


VINYL EYE Music textile design C/Turia, 35 Tel: 96 1478033


AFRIC ART Avenida Maria Cristina, 4 Tel: 96 315 41 76 COLLA MONLLEÓ CERAMISTES Plaza Redonda, no 11 -12 Tel: 96 392 30 43 Facebook Colla Monlleó EL MONSTRUO Calle Calatrava 11 Vintage style and creative. KINNARA Plaza Comte de Bunyol, 1. (C/ Caballeros) Quality clothes shop & very well situated in the heart of the historic centre. Mov: 605 31 63 04 KUPKA C/ Trench,15 & C/ de los Derechos,19 Tel: 96 105 76 99 Mov: 665 06 06 86


LE CABINE (STYLE THAT ROCKS) Cirilio Amoros, 65 Tel: 960 214 031 Mov: 655 840 553 SANJAHARA(Eva Crespo) C/Cirilo Amoros, 70 Tel:96 0221280 TASTE OF AMERICA Avenida Reino de Valencia, 6. Tel: 962 06 64 65


MERCADO COLÓN C/de Cirilo Amorós

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LLEPOLIES C/ Serranos, 36. bajo. derecha. Instagram: @llepolies.artesania Tel: 963 066 080 Mov: 658 562 165 In the shadow of the Towers of Serranos, a place where you can nd the handscraft by locals and other countries. Specialists in ecodesign, you can not miss their bags with vinyl records. ¡Elige ser diferente y comprar artesanía hecha en Valencia para tus recuerdos y regalos!. MADAME BUGALÚ

24/7 VALENCIA LISTINGS C/Danzas, 3 Tel: 96 315 44 76 Chic! MANDALA (Espai Creatiu) C/ Calatrava, 4 Tel: 655 301 390 Facebook Mandala Espai Creatiu Spiritual shop run by a kindly couple... NEEDLES AND PINS C/ En Bou, 3 PANNONICA VINTAGE C/ Baja, 28 Tel: 696 95 10 55 Facebook: Pannonicavintagedeluxe A cosy vintage store where you can nd all kinds of little treasures. From ne clothing and Antique accessories to a great selection of Import Jazz on Vinyl. SEBASTIAN MELMOTH 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. SOHO DEL CARMEN Calle Derechos 33, Valencia Tel: 96 391 2463 TAMALA TIENDA ETNICA Etnic Gallery Shop C/ Caridad, 2. Plaza Santa Cruz. Mov. +34 672 929 300 UNO UNO, Mercado Central Main entrance Mercado Central. www. Tel: 963 82 92 51 UNO is the emblematic new 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 ts right in. Enjoy a snack, and take the chance to re-discover local products. UNO es la emblemática nueva parada del Mercado Central de Valencia. Donde el mercado encaja. Un tentempié, nuestras cajas para comer, aquellos productos locales que (re)descubres... Es el proyecto de Rafael Valls para revalorizar la cultura de ultramarinos, de ‘picar’, de probar novedades locales.


SWEET HOME Plaza Jaime Roig, 1 Tel: 960 629 367 Email: Facebook sweethomeliria New supermarket in Lliria with quality British food including Quorn, Marmite, Golden Syrup, Linda McCartney veggie bugers, Yorkshire tea and so much

more! There are Polish, Romanian, Bulgarian and French choices too. New opening hours. Monday – Saturday 10h-14.30h Friday 16.00h – 20.00h Lunes a Sábado desde 10h hasta 14:30h Viernes desde 16:00h hasta 20:00h.



RE-READ LIBRERIA LOWCOST C/ Gran vía Ramón y Cajal, 45 Movil: 610 20 09 63 Nearly new books at great prices in a number of languages...



HEALTH SMILEY BIKES C/ Rocas, 4 Movil: 654 61 44 16 Great! Very near to Torres de Serranos. Well-established bike shop run by a friendly, experienced and multi-lingual owner. You can hire a bike here for just 9€ and there are special rates for groups.


CASA MONET C/ Serranos, 36 bajo izquierda Tel: 96 3127532 / Movil: 696 397 225 Email: www. Looking for original presents over the festive season? Check out one of Valencia’s most original gift shops. Run by entertaining Londoner Vladmir Ksieski, a distinctive artist who also has his own paintings for sale at the shop. He has been based in Valencia for the last 35 years. English and Spanish spoken. Easy to nd as it is very near to the famous Torres de Serranos! Arte y regalos y complementos.


CRICKET CLUB Levante CC are a new cricket club based in Valencia that have regular league games with teams throughout Spain and also welcome touring sides to the city. The club train most Thursday evenings at the Camp de Beisbol in the riverbed, start time 8pm. New members welcome. Jason: 654071182 Barry: 652291897


LA NIÑA LOS PEINES (Zona Carmen) C/ Santo Tomas, 24 Tel: 96 392 52 82 Fantastic hair salon that is renowned in the city where highly experienced professional experts get to the essence of each person’s head of hair for the cut 29

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SEPT 17 you are truly looking for. Combining health, 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!”


24/7 VALENCIA LISTINGS included/ incluido) Lovely hostel in the heart of the old centre with comfortable rooms, good service and all modern conveniences. HOSTAL EL RINCÓN (ZONA CARMEN) C/ Carda 11 Tel: 96 391 79 98 / 96 391 60 83 Single: 10-13€, Double: 18-24€ QUART YOUTH HOSTEL C/ Guillem de Castro, 64 Tel: 96 3 270 101 THE RIVER HOSTEL VALENCIA (Zona Carmen) Plaza del Temple, 6 Tel: 96 391 39 55


CENTRO URANIUM C/Quart 101, bajo, Valencia. Sirio Simó Calatayud Tel: 676 758 709 This is an alternative health centre with classes including Yoga, Chikung, Tarot, Massage therapy, Reiki. Run by the highly trained and experienced Sirio. PILATES CLASSES Tel: 687605722 Personal Trainers specialising in Pilates techniques for single or double classes. Reformer in our studio or at your home. Marta & Mike.


HOME (Zona Carmen) Pl. Vicente Iborra Tel: 96 391 37 97 / 96 391 62 29 C/ La Lonja, 4 Two of the funkiest hostels in town, set in the heart of the centro histórico. HOSTAL ANTIGUA MORELLANA (Zona Carmen) C/ En Bou, 2 Tel: 96 391 57 73 SINGLE/ INDIVIDUAL 40€ (IVA included/ Incluido) DOUBLE/ DOBLE 55€ (IVA

HOTELS ALKAZAR HOTEL C/ Mosén Femades, 11 (peatonal) Tel: 96 351 55 51/ 96 352 95 75 CHECKIN **** Avenida del Puerto, 129. Tel 963 44 78 87 www.checkinhoteles. com HOTEL LAS ARENAS ***** Eugenia Viñes 22-24 Tel. 963 120 600 HOTEL MELIÁ VALENCIA PALACIO DE CONGRESOS***** Avenida Cortes Valencianas, 52 Tel: 902 14 44 40 LOTELITO VALENCIA ROOMS & BAR Rooms/ Apartments/Free Wi-Fi C/ Virues, 6 (corner C/Barcas) Tel: 96 306 09 30 NEPTUNO **** C/ Paseo de Neptuno, 2 Tel: 96 356 77 77 Petit Palace Germanías *** C/ Sueca, 14 Tel: 96 351 36 38 PURPLE NEST HOSTEL

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GLENBURN SCHOOL OF ENGLISH C/ Doctor Modesto Cogollos 6 y 8 Tel: 96 393 35 88 English school with welcoming atmosphere and experienced native staff offers courses at all levels for adults and children and prepares students for FCE, pro ciency and E.O.I. exams. Offers Spanish for foreigners, French and German. Excellent translation. Academia inglesa de calidad con profesores nativos y cursos para niños y adultos a todos los niveles. También castellano, francés, alemán. Traducciones excelentes. Preparación exámenes.

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EXCITING TIMES FOR THE CITY With both Levante UD and Valencia CF once again in the top tier of Spanish football, these are exciting times for the city of Valencia on the sporting front. Levante have celebrated their return to La Liga with a fantastic promotional offer for fans. Anyone buying a season ticket this year will receive a free one next year if they attend all league games and the club stays in LaLiga Santander. This deal has swelled the number of socios dramatically at the Estadi Ciutat de València. Their support has been instrumental in helping the club secure four points from their opening two league games at home to Villarreal and Deportivo de La Coruña, respectively. Meanwhile, over at the Mestalla, there has been a massive transformation of playing staff during the summer months. The new manager Marcelino has started well with a successful pre-season that included wins at Bournemouth and Werder Bremen. The only defeat in the build up to the new campaign was in the Trofeo Naranja against Atalanta of Italy. New signings during the summer that arrived in time for the opening league game against Las Palmas included Juventus reserve goalkeeper Neto and the Serbian youngster

Nemanja Maksimović…from Astana in Kazakhstan. The Brazilian Neto started the match against the club from the Gran Canarias whilst the Serb had to be content with a place on the bench. Los Che also named João Cancelo in the side, at the player’s request, despite a verbal deal to see him head imminently to Inter Milan. Las Palmas are always difficult to beat and they started brightly, looking to repeat their 4-2 victory from the corresponding opening fixture at the Mestalla last season. However, it was Valencia who took the lead in the 22nd minute when Zaza placed the ball perfectly with a stroked shot from just outside the area, after great approach play by Carlos Soler. The major talking point of the game came when the referee Gil Manzano gave a straight red to Halilovic on the half hour mark for a crunching tackle on Gaya. It looked a harsh decision that astounded the Croatian and infuriated the Las Palmas bench, who were right in front of the incident. With the numerical advantage, Valencia pressed for a second which never materialised. Equally, Las Palmas offered little danger up front and the game ended with a precious three points for Los Che.

At the final whistle all eyes turned to Cancelo, who was in tears in the centre of the pitch. Having been at odds with the Curva Nord last season, it was good to see those same fans give him a rapturous ovation has he departed the field in a Valencia shirt for the very last time. With an opening day victory behind them, Valencia continued to work feverously to do deals before the close of the Spanish transfer window at midnight on September 1st. The former Villarreal and Arsenal defender Gabriel Paulista and Colombian international Jeison Murillo from Inter Milan had already joined and got introduced to the fans at the interval of the Las Palmas game and both look good acquisitions. Gabriel and Garay could well form a partnership not dissimilar to that of Otamendi and Mustafi and Murillo has the tackling qualities that Valencia have been light on in recent seasons. Murillo is only the third Colombian to grace the Valencia shirt, Victor Aristazábal and Dorlan Pabon were the previous two, but both failed to live up to expectations. The departure of Cancelo also brought French International Geoffrey Kongdogbia from Inter Milan to the club. The strapping midfielder is



FOOTBALL CALENDAR Saturday 9 SEPTEMBER Real Madrid – Levante 13.00h Valencia – Atlético Madrid 16.15h Saturday 16 SEPTEMBER Levante – Valencia 13.00h Tuesday 19 SEPTEMBER Valencia – Málaga 20.00h renowned for his ball winning abilities, and he is also versatile enough to play as a central defender or left back. Murillo and Kongdogbia both made their debuts in Valencia’s second league match, a game with Real Madrid in the Estadio Santiago Bernabéu. The current league champions were without two of their main talismans, Sergio Ramos and Cristiano Ronaldo, who were both suspended. Madrid started aggressively and it was no surprise when the current wonderkid of Spanish football, Marco Asensio, put the hosts into the lead. However, within eight minutes Valencia were back on terms with a goal that had been groomed on the training grounds of Paterna over the last ten years.

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Sunday 1 OCTOBER Valencia – Athletic Bilbao 18.30h 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) and LUD website.

and Benzema missed a number of golden opportunities to put his team in front.

cement for Nani, who has left to go to Lazio in Rome.

Valencia continued to remain positive and took the lead in the 77th minute when Kongdogbia finished off a bright move to cap a very impressive debut.

Pereira comes highly recommended from Manchester United and none other than Juan Mata thinks he will add an extra dimension to Valencia’s midfield.

Unfortunately, Los Che could not hold onto the three points as that man Asensio pounced again, netting a free kick from just outside the area with seven minutes remaining.

Familiar to La Liga fans, the Belgium born youngster who represents his father’s homeland of Brazil, had a spell on loan at Granada last season.

Benzema should have won it at the death but his free header from inside the six yard box was miraculously turned onto the post by Neto.

The opening two games for both Levante and Valencia have reinvigorated the hopes of both sets of fans for successful seasons and the games in the coming weeks will be a good yardstick to see if this renewed faith is misplaced or not.

A precious point as Valencia head into another tough encounter after the international break, this time with Atlético de Madrid at the Mestalla.

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For this game the club will be also able to call Pedreguer born Gaya played a ball inside the on their deadline day signings, Gonçalo Gue- Anyone wishing to buy tickets for games for Madrid defence to Toni Lato. The Pobla de des and Andreas Pereira. Valencia and Levante can visit the box offices Vallbona native then cut the ball back to the at the grounds or visit the respective websites on-rushing Carlos Soler and the home town Guedes is only 20 and has already made for further information. youngster made no mistake in planting the appearances for the Portuguese national ball past Keylor Navas. side. He is on loan for the season from Paris Unsurprisingly, Real Madrid responded well Saint Germain and should be an ideal Valencia CF Photos © Valencia Club de Fútbol / Levante Photos © Levante UD / Article © 2017 24/ 7 Valencia


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ROSADOS FOR SUMMER DRINKING Summer in Spain (and especially here in Valencia) requires a bit of thought when it comes to matching wines with food. This is particularly the case when it comes to drinking red wines. This is because the red wines here are high in alcohol, at their best at normal room temperature and from June to September the ambient temperature is way above this! This affects the wines badly and they do not show at their best….chilling is no answer either as the drinker will lose much of the character of the wine. VÍ Vid do not drink red wines generally during these months other than at formal tastings. We recommend that you consider rose wines know in Spain as Rosados (especially Valencian Rosados) during this period. It is interesting to note that the Valencians themselves are now beginning to see the values of these wines which for years were considered ‘dirty wines’, white blended with red. But this is not the case. They are wines made from red grapes but the juice has a limited time in contact with the skins so that they produce a range of colour from pale salmon pink

to strawberry red. Coming from red grapes, they have the body of a red wine but have the acidity of whites.

2. Merlot 2016, Bodegas Vegamar, DO Valencia, 12.5% ABV

In our experience this makes them capable of matching any Valencian food from salads to the richest of seafood dishes and paellas, jamon, ibericos etc.

From the Calles bodega which is increasingly winning awards for their wines (eg Grand d´Or in Brussels). Very pale pink, rose, in colour with long legs. On the nose light red fruit, fragrant with a hint of rose, well balanced in the mouth, well-integrated fruit and acidity with a long dry mineral finish. (Available from

Here is a selection of 8 wines VÍ Vid have been drinking this Summer and recommend. Note that Cabernet Sauvignon wines are rare in Valencia, Monastrell wines will be found around Alicante and Castellon whilst Merlot and Bobal are more likely in Valencia.

1. Rosado, Cabernet Sauvignon 2016, Bodegas Subarra, Castellon,13%ABV. Made at Bodegas Garcia Mayo in Vilafames by Jose Guillamon, this Rosado is from Cabernet Sauvignon. Pale strawberry colour, clean and bright. It has an intense fruity nose with hints of ripe grapes and red summer fruits. Fresh, dry, meaty on entry, with a balancing acidity and a long finish with lively fruit and good volume.

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3. Bodega Finca Collado Rosado 2016, Merlot/Monastrell, DO Alicante, 13% ABV. This vintage has 15% Monastrell in a blend. The Merlot as usual is pressed immediately to avoid too much colour but the Monastrell is free-run juice from the beginning of the maceration process, which is then fermented in oak with regular batonnage over 2 months. Bright, strawberry pink, clean. Nice light raspberry fruit, boiled sweets, and raspberry and



strawberry fruit in the mouth, well-balanced acidity with a mineral, slightly salty finish. Seductive. Recently matched with a cod and tomato salad, salmon mousse and paella. It is a versatile wine, which also goes well with white meats and seafood dishes.(Available from the bodega or La Sabor de la Vid in Valencia)

4. Terreta Rosado 2016 Monastrell, Edición Especial, BOCOPA, 13%ABV DO Alicante. From the Petrer bodega and vineyards in the Vinapólo around Sax and Salinas. Darker in colour, ripe strawberry, clean and bright. On the nose ripe, red fruit, redcurrant and raspberry. Evolves in the glass. In the mouth, intense on entry, slightly sweet with mature red summer fruits, well balanced with a long intense finish, again with a hint of the minerals in the soils. This is perfect with Bollo de Requena and Clotxinas and spicy chicken wings as well as paellas and seafood dishes. Available from the On-line shop)

5. Rosado 2016, Bodega Clos d’esgarracordes, IGP Castellon 13% ABV. This is the new vintage of this Rosado, the blend of which changes from one year to another. This year it is a blend of just Monastrell with Garnacha. Sergio and Mario (owner and winemaker respectively) have opted for the modern pale salmon pink colour after a couple of vintages of darker wines. Clean and bright. On the nose red fruits, intense, floral. In the mouth, good

volume, easy entry, lots of red fruits, very round and a very long fruity finish. Available from Navarro Bodegueros, Cardenal Benlloch 100).

suddenly bounced back with this prizewinning Bobal (Best in Proava 2017, selected by the DO for official events etc).

6. Parreño 2016, Rosado, Bobal, Latorre Bodegas, DO Utiel-Requena 12%ABV.

A darker deeper, ripe strawberry colour with good legs. Classic Bobal nose, raspberry, strawberry and bubble gum, this is nonetheless a more refined and elegant wine. In the mouth ‘chupachup’, strawberry and cream, with a long creamy finish. (Available on-line from the Bodega)

This is an old favourite in our tasting group from this bodega in Venta del Moro. The new vintage is a midrange, rose and strawberry colour with good legs. Intense mature fruit on the nose, typically Bobal nose with strawberry and raspberry and bubble gum. Fresh on entry, balanced with good volume, red fruit flavours and citric notes and a long finish. (Available on-line from the Bodega)

7. Al Vent 2016 Rosado, Bobal Coviñas DO Utiel-Requena 12.5%ABV. This 2016 is bright rose red, lively with violet tones and brilliant appearance. Concentrated red fruits on the nose, fresh, aromatic, seductive. Fruity on entry, well balanced, intense with a long fruity finish.( Available on-line from the bodega)

8. Alto Cuevas 2016 Rosado, Bobal, Covilor, DO Utiel-Requena, 12.5% ABV. Bodegas Covilor is a cooperative in the hamlet of Cuevas de Utiel. They have had a quiet time over the last four years but have

The wines will drink well throughout Autumn and into Winter. This article was prepared by Riki Wigley and Marian Darás whose VÍ vid project promotes Valencian wine and Gastronomy. VÍVidBlog ( ) reports regularly on bodega visits, launches of new wines etc, and restaurant reviews. Recent blogs have seen the publication of three reports covering the wines of Joan de la Casa, a bodega based in Benissa, (Alicante) , a restaurant review for Kiko Port in Oliva and a preview of upcoming Gastronomy competitions around the community. VÍ Vid are also in Facebook, Twitter (@vividvinos) and Instagram (@vivid8402)…..have a look at our activities there for more information on Valencian wine and Food!

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Café Museu Set in a mellow corner of the historic centre, ‘Café Museu’ can rightfully claim to have a worthy history all of its own. As one of the first bohemian bars of the Barrio del Carmen, it was founded in 1972 as ‘Raco.’ It was a favourite haunt of the local Art students whose college then overlooked the café bar. Loyal to their hangout, some of these ‘artistas’ still make time to meet here and gently continue putting the world to rights… In the year 2000, Raco became ‘Café Museu’ and the impressive terraza faces the Fine Arts Museum ‘Centre del Carme’ which has monthly exhibitions featuring local, national and international artists from the past and present. Valencian owner César has been running the place for 12 years and is a popular, kindly, informed and helpful host. They attract a liberal crowd of all ages and and he tells us that the clientele is 70% Spanish and 30% foreign, which makes it a welcoming place to chill out and soak up the tolerant vibes… Conveniently, you will find that their menu is also in English. You can enjoy Spanish ome-

lette or cheese and ham platters. Check out their Roasted peppers with Cod, which is an authentic Valencian dish locally known as ‘Esgarraet.’ You can also savour crosissants and homemade sponge cake with a range of espressos, cappuccinos, horchata, fresh orange juice, herbal and iced tea. You can savour Valencian Draft Beer ‘Turia Marzen’, the Catalan ‘Voll Damn’ and Spanish ‘Alhambra reserva’. They have Mojito madeon-the-spot and other cocktails include Vodka with rum and gin, Sangria and more. They serve a really decent paella every Sunday and they have an auction every Wednesday from 21h, selling objects like old toys, books and vinyl records. From the exterior, check out the huge and distinctive ovalish window that leads to the boho interior, replete with indoor seating and magazines as well as a little stage and comics on the walls. It’s well worth experiencing this slice of Valencian café-culture as summer seeps into autumn… 24/7 Valencia team

Café Museu C/ Museu, 7 Tel: 96 0 725 047 Zona Carmen Facebook Café Museu Open Tuesday –Thursday 09.00h -23.00h Friday 09.00h -01.00h Saturday 11.00h -01.00h Sunday 11.00h -23.00h



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(flamenco) 23.00h. EL LOCO: Trouper’s Swing Band 22.30h 10€ / 15€. JIMMY GLASS: Vicent Macián & Baptiste Baillly Duo (jazz) 22.30h – 00.30h 4€ consumición. PLAZA DE TOROS: Hombres G 21.30h 35€. RADIO CITY: Radiocative en directo (funk – groove) 22.30h 5€ con consumición // DJ Session 24.00h Gratis.16 TONELADAS: Reverend Beat-Man + Outcasts + Chewbacca’s 23.00h 15€ / 18€. WAH-WAH: La Inédita + Hijas de Cumbia 23.00h 10€ / 15€.

EL LOCO: Hypnotic Brass Ensemble 21.30h 12€ (anticipada) / 15€ (taquilla). RADIO CITY: Verónica Llavero, Manuel Serena, Juan de Pilar y Juanma Maya SUNDAY / DOMINGO 10 (flamenco) 22.30h 15€ con reserva.

(flamenco) 23.00h. EL LOCO: Deserie 22.30h 5€ con consumición. JIMMY GLASS: Bernard Van Rossum Quartet (jazz) 22.30h – 01.00h 4€ consumición. RADIO CITY: DJ Session 23.00h Gratis. 16 TONELADAS: Malinches + Black Waste Factory 23.00h 8€ / 12€.

SATURDAY / SÁBADO 16 BLACK NOTE: Wanderers (rock ‘n’ roll) 19.30h 3€ // Hood (rock – funk) 23.30h 5€. CAFÉ DEL DUENDE: Manuel Serena, Manuela Morales, Tomás de los Cariño y Juan de Pilar (flamenco) 23.00h. EL LOCO: Rampers 22.30h 5€. JIMMY GLASS: Aurora Arteaga & David Minguillón Duo (jazz) 22.15h – 00.30h 4€ consumición. RADIO CITY: Los Elementos en directo 20.00h 6€ con consumición // DJ Session 23.00h Gratis. 16 TONELADAS: Big Dani Pérez + Portuarios 23.00h 10€. WAH-WAH: Rollo de Holly + Estado Crítico 23.00h 6€ / 8€ con consumición.

CAFÉ DEL DUENDE: Aloma de Balma, Rosa Sanz, Tomás de los Cariño, Javier BLACK NOTE: Jam Black (Jam Session) Calderón ‘El Tete’ y Juan de Pilar (fla23.30h Gratis. JIMMY GLASS: Thaïs menco) 20.00h. RADIO CITY: DJ Session Morell Quintet (jazz) 20.45h 13€ Aforo 23.00h Gratis. Limitado. PLAZA DE TOROS: Miguel MONDAY / LUNES 11 Bosé 22.00h 40€. RADIO CITY: Reggae Jam Session 22.30h / Reggae Night RADIO CITY: Hip Hop Jam 22.00h // DJ DJ Session 24.00h Gratis. 16 TONELA- Session 24.00h Gratis. DAS: Steepwater Band 21.30h 9€ / 12€. SUNDAY / DOMINGO 17



BLACK NOTE: Tarantinos (rock – soul) 23.30h 3€. CAFÉ DEL DUENDE: Aloma de Balma, Rosa Sanz, Tomás de los Cariño, Javier Calderón ‘El Tete’ y Juan de Pilar (flamenco) 22.30h. JIMMY GLASS: Federico Nathan & Baptiste Bailly (jazz) 22.15h – 00.30h 4€ consumición.

FRIDAY / VIERNES 8 BLACK NOTE: Kings of the Party (rock) 23.30h 5€. CAFÉ DEL DUENDE: Aloma de Balma, Rosa Sanz, Tomás de los Cariño, Javier Calderón ‘El Tete’ y Juan de Pilar (flamenco) 23.00h. EL LOCO: Freaky Styley + Even Flow (tributo Red Hot Chili Peppers y Pearl Jam) 22.30h 6€ / 8€. JIMMY GLASS: Senso Project (quartet, vocal jazz) 22.15h – 01.00h 4€ consumición. RADIO CITY: Allophones en directo 22.00h 6.50€ con consumición // DJ Session 24.00h Gratis. 16 TONELADAS: Imperial State Electric 23.00h 18€ / 22€. WAH-WAH: Devòlver 22.30h 5€.



CAFÉ DEL DUENDE: Manuel Serena, RADIO CITY: Manuela MoraManuela Morales, Tomás de los Cariles, Alberto Marquez, Paco Cosño y Juan de Pilar (flamenco) 20.00h. ta y Javier ‘El Tete’ Calderón (flamenco) 22.30h 15€ con reserva. MONDAY / LUNES 18


RADIO CITY: Hip Hop Jam 22.00h // DJ Session 24.00h Gratis.

BLACK NOTE: Jam Black (Jam Session) 23.30h Gratis. TUESDAY / MARTES 19

THURSDAY / JUEVES 14 BLACK NOTE: Magic & Loss Orchestra (tributo Lou Reed) 23.30h 5€. CAFÉ DEL DUENDE: Manuel Serena, Manuela Morales, Tomás de los Cariño y Juan de Pilar (flamenco) 22.30h. EL LOCO: G. Babe La Insignia (hip-hop español 20.30h 10€ / 13€. JIMMY GLASS: Borja Baixauli & Christian Molina Duo (jazz) 22.15h – 00.30h 4€ consumición. RADIO CITY: Micro Abierto / Open Mic Night + DJ Session 22.30h Gratis. 16 TONELADAS: Tyla’s Dogs D’Amour 21.30h 20€ / 23€.


JIMMY GLASS: Guillem Arnedo Band & Celeste Alías (quartet, vocal jazz) 20.45h 10€ Aforo Limitado. RADIO CITY: Irene de las Rosas, Rafael Vargas ‘El Chino’, Miguel de Kallardó y Pedro Pérez ‘El Pepe’ (flamenco) 22.30h 15€ con reserva.

WEDNESDAY / MIÉRCOLES 20 EL LOCO: Tijuana Bibles 21.30h 8€ / 10€. PLAZA DE TOROS: Joaquín Sabina 22.30 38€. RADIO CITY: Reggae Jam Session 22.30h / Reggae Night DJ Session 24.00h Gratis. 16 TONELADAS: Fabiani + Ser Humano 21.00h 6€.


BLACK NOTE: Radio Kaos (pop) CAFÉ DEL DUENDE: Aloma de Balma, 23.30h 5€. CAFÉ DEL DUENDE: Ma- BLACK NOTE: All Star Solceleste Blues Rosa Sanz, Tomás de los Cariño, Ja- nuel Serena, Manuela Morales, To- Band Actitud (blues Afro-Latino) 22.30h vier Calderón ‘El Tete’ y Juan de Pilar más de los Cariño y Juan de Pilar 8€ / 11€. CAFÉ DEL DUENDE: Paco


Berbel, Eva Varela, Tomás de los Ca- NELADAS: Chelsea 21.00h 15€ / 18€. riño, Javier Calderón ‘El Tete’ y Juan WEDNESDAY / MIÉRCOLES 27 de Pilar (flamenco) 22.30h. JIMMY GLASS: Santi Navalón & Pepe Zaragoza BLACK NOTE: Jam Black (Jam Ses(jazz) 22.15h – 00.30h 4€ consumición. sion) 23.30h Gratis. 16 TONELAFRIDAY / VIERNES 22 DAS: Howlin’ Jaws 21.00h 7€ / 10€. BLACK NOTE: La Golfería (rock Latino) 23.30h 5€. CAFÉ DEL DUENDE: Paco Berbel, Eva Varela, Tomás de los Cariño, Javier Calderón ‘El Tete’ y Juan de Pilar (flamenco) 23.00h. EL LOCO: Kurt Baker Combo + Heatwaves 22.30h 10€ / 14€. JIMMY GLASS: Brut & Nature (quintet, jazz) 22.30h – 01.00h 4€ consumición. RADIO CITY: DJ Session 23.00h Gratis. REPUBLICCA: Quique González & Detectives 21.00h 23€. 16 TONELADAS: Gories + Ton Ton Macoutes 23.00h 16€ / 19€. WAH-WAH: Old Skull + Cientovolando 22.30h 5€.


THURSDAY / JUEVES 28 BLACK NOTE: Cantropus Blues Band 23.30h 5€. CAFÉ DEL DUENDE: Isabel Julve, Júlia Gimeno y Kike Naval (flamenco) 22.30h. EL LOCO: Ted Z & Wranglers 22.00h 10€ / 15€. JIMMY GLASS: Leslie Helpert Trio (jazz) 22.15h – 00.30h 4€ consumición. RADIO CITY: Micro Abierto / Open Mic Night + DJ Session 22.30h Gratis.16 TONELADAS: Casanovas + Depilada 21.30h 12€ / 16€.

FRIDAY / VIERNES 29 BLACK NOTE: Black Cats Jazz Big Band 23.30h 5€. CAFÉ DEL DUENDE: Isabel Julve, Júlia Gimeno y Kike Naval (flamenco) 23.00h. EL LOCO: Dani Nel.lo & Saxofonistas Salvajes + Soul Bandidos 22.30h 12€ / 16€. JIMMY GLASS: Adriano Tortora Trio (jazz) 22.30h – 01.00h 4€ consumición. RADIO CITY: DJs 23.00h Gratis. 16 TONELADAS: MFC Chicken + Los Chicos 23.00h 16€ / 19€. WAH-WAH: Sienna 23.00h 10€.

BLACK NOTE: Demenos (pop – rock) 23.30h 3€. CAFÉ DEL DUENDE: Paco Berbel, Eva Varela, Tomás de los Cariño, Javier Calderón ‘El Tete’ y Juan de Pilar (flamenco) 23.00h. EL LOCO: Supersuckers 22.00h 18€ / 23€. JIMMY GLASS: Jazz concert (jazz) 22.15h – 00.30h 4€ consumición. RADIO CITY: DJ Session 23.00h Gratis. 16 TONELADAS: Walnut Band + Powderfingers (tributo SATURDAY / SÁBADO 30 The Band + Neil Young) 23.00h 6€ / 9€. BLACK NOTE: Moo & Los Broncos (rock SUNDAY / DOMINGO 24 ‘n’ roll) 23.30h 5€. CAFÉ DEL DUENDE: Isabel Julve, Júlia Gimeno y Kike Naval CAFÉ DEL DUENDE: Paco Berbel, (flamenco) 23.00h. EL LOCO: Maronda Eva Varela, Tomás de los Cariño, Ja+ Segunda Persona 22.30h 10€ / 13€. vier Calderón ‘El Tete’ y Juan de JIMMY GLASS: Thaïs Morell & Viktorija Pilar (flamenco) 20.00h. EL LOCO: Pilatovic (vocal jazz) 22.15h – 00.30h 4€ El Reducto VLC 19.30h 5€. RADIO consumición. RADIO CITY: DJ Session CITY: DJ Session 23.00h Gratis. 23.00h Gratis. 16 TONELADAS: John NeMONDAY / LUNES 25 meth + Dr. Xtrangelove 23.00h 15€ / 18€. RADIO CITY: Hip Hop Jam 22.00h // DJ Session 24.00h Gratis.

TUESDAY / MARTES 26 JIMMY GLASS: Rhonda Ross & Rodney Kendrick Quintet (vocal jazz) 20.45h 17€ Aforo Limitado. RADIO CITY: Manuel Serena, Paco Costa, ‘El Piraña’ y Javier Calderón ‘El Tete’ (flamenco) 22.30h 15€ con reserva. 16 TO-


Hambre + Noise from Mars + … 16.00h 10€ / 12€.

MONDAY / LUNES 2 RADIO CITY: Hip Hop Jam 22.00h // DJ Session 24.00h Gratis.

TUESDAY / MARTES 3 JIMMY GLASS: Wild Man Conspiracy (quartet, jazz) 20.45h 13€ Aforo Limitado. RADIO CITY: Flamenco en directo (flamenco) 22.30h 15€ con reserva.

WEDNESDAY / MIÉRCOLES 4 EL LOCO: Earl Thomas 21.30h 18€ / 22€. RAM CLUB: Clap Your Hands Say Yeah 21.00h 15€. RADIO CITY: Reggae Jam Session 22.30h / Reggae Night DJ Session 24.00h Gratis.

THURSDAY / JUEVES 5 BLACK NOTE: Tarantinos (rock – soul) 23.30h 3€. CAFÉ DEL DUENDE: Rosa Sanz, Alberto Marqués, Javier Calderón ‘El Tete’ y Manuel Reyes (flamenco) 22.30h. JIMMY GLASS: Jazz concert (jazz) 22.15h – 00.30h 4€ consumición. 16 TONELADAS: Goat Girl + Favx + La Plata 21.00h 8€ / 10€.

FRIDAY / VIERNES 6 CAFÉ DEL DUENDE: Rosa Sanz, Alberto Marqués, Javier Calderón ‘El Tete’ y Manuel Reyes (flamenco) 23.00h. JIMMY GLASS: Alfie Copovi Trio (jazz) 22.30h – 01.00h 4€ consumición. LA3: DJs 01.30h. RADIO CITY: DJ Session 23.00h Gratis.

SATURDAY / SÁBADO 7 BLACK NOTE: Killer Karoake Band (pop) 23.30h 3€ / 5€. CAFÉ DEL DUENDE: Rosa Sanz, Alberto Marqués, Javier Calderón ‘El Tete’ y Manuel Reyes (flamenco) 23.00h. EL LOCO: 91 Suite + Orient 22.00h 10€ / 12€. JIMMY GLASS: The Society (trio, jazz) 22.15h – 00.30h 4€ consumición. LA3: DJs 01.30h. RADIO CITY: DJ Session 23.00h Gratis.



CAFÉ DEL DUENDE: Isabel Julve, Júlia Gimeno y Kike Naval (flamenco) 20.00h. EL LOCO: King Creosote 20.00h 10€. 16 TONELADAS: Melt-Banana + KLS + El

CAFÉ DEL DUENDE: Rosa Sanz, Alberto Marqués, Javier Calderón ‘El Tete’ y Manuel Reyes (flamenco) 20.00h. RADIO CITY: DJ Session 23.00h Gratis. 16 TONELADAS: Clan of Xymox 23.00h 18€ / 22€. Agenda © 2017 24/ 7 Valencia




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