Avenida de la Riera de Cassoles, 37 Barcelona
The latest upstart to enter the eco-friendly, sustainable granel field in Barcelona is Colibri Productos, a true family affair with mother and daughter running the store, while the father makes deliveries around the city. Dedicated to reducing waste and the reuse of packaging as much as possible, Colibri is a vegan-friendly bulk shop with a variety of products like legumes, grains, flour, spices, tea, nuts, and dried fruits.
The store also sells Salvados beer, a local craft brew that is both ecological and organic. Colibri holds true to its eco-conscious philosophy; everything in the store, from the shelves to the bags to carry out their products are reused, recycled, or upcycled.
Monday-Friday 10:30-14:30 & 17:00-20:30 Saturday 10:00-14:30
Dance Your Heart Out in Barcelona Escola Coco Comin was founded in 1971 and in more than 40 years has trained hundreds of professionals in the various dance disciplines. The school specializes in training musical performers and was the first to bring this discipline to Spain. The studio is an open space that brings together amateur and professional students, teachers, and choreographers to create a vibrant group of enthusiastic artists. Courses are adapted to all levels and ages, both for those who want to start in the world of entertainment and for those who simply want to learn, have fun, and stay fit. About NicholeView all posts by Nichole | Website
Funky Kitchen Funky Kitchen uses recipes from around the world, along with seasonal products and biodegradable materials, to create “gastronomic experiences” for their customers. Founder Vincenzo di Pantaleo strives to present food in its purest, richest and most genuine form. Funky Kitchen can accommodate all allergies and dietary restrictions. In addition to catering, Funky Kitchen offers private chef services for special events and holidays, plus customized cooking classes. Check out Funky Kitchen’s sample catering menu. About NicholeView all posts by Nichole | Website
Get pumped with Spin Class! LoveCycle spin class is emotion, music and group energy. LoveCycle knows the importance of recharging your battery in order to keep balance in your daily routine, and they aim to help you do that by providing a space to help you escape and focus on yourself. Their motto is that it’s not about the bike, or the class, it’s about you becoming your own best version. Forget what you know about spin and check out the method that revolutionized the exercise. Classes are easy to book using their online platform. You can pay as you go or purchase a package that fits your needs. About Meagan BellovinMeagan arrived in Barcelona in 2019, having left behind a full life of family, friends, and career in Austin, Texas. Originally educated as a journalist, Meagan taught children in her local public school system for nearly ten years before moving to Barcelona with her husband and dog. Since her arrival, she has embraced local living, taking Spanish classes, making new friends, and rediscovering her journalism past by writing for The Barcelona Edit.View all posts by Meagan Bellovin
Learning Spanish in Barcelona Unlike traditional Spanish language learning schools, the Art of Language focuses on a well-rounded process for learning Spanish. Students enjoy a novel approach to language learning. The Art of Language helps students improve their Spanish while exploring art, film, and music. Courses run seasonally and include classes, art activities, and Spanglish cafes where students reflect on the art activities with native speakers. To enroll, visit The Art of Language website to take a Spanish level test. For more traditional Spanish language schools, check out these options. About Meagan BellovinMeagan arrived in Barcelona in 2019, having left behind a full life of family, friends, and career in Austin, Texas. Originally educated as a journalist, Meagan taught children in her local public school system for nearly ten years before moving to Barcelona with her husband and dog. Since her arrival, she has embraced local living, taking Spanish classes, making new friends, and rediscovering her journalism past by writing for The Barcelona Edit.View all posts by Meagan Bellovin