The return to normality after the summer holidays marks the beginning of a gradual transition from relaxation and rest to daily routine and responsibilities. After enjoying moments of leisure, travel and disconnection, it is natural to experience a sense of adjustment as you return to everyday life.

This stage can generate mixed feelings. On the one hand, there is nostalgia for holiday days, where time seemed to stretch out and worries were put on the back burner. On the other hand, the return to routine brings with it a renewed sense of purpose and structure. The feeling of resuming regular activities can be comforting, providing a sense of order and normality in the midst of a constantly changing world.

It is important to approach the return to normality with a balanced mindset. Reflecting on the positive moments of the holidays and taking that revitalising energy with you can help you face the challenges that come with returning to work, school and daily obligations. Drawing on holiday experiences and learnings can enrich the way you approach your daily life.

Planning ahead is also essential. Organising schedules, setting goals and managing tasks efficiently can make it easier to adapt to the routine. In addition, maintaining a balance between work and personal time is essential to avoid burnout and allow for moments of relaxation even in the midst of routine.

The return to normality can be an opportunity to establish new healthy routines. Incorporating exercise habits, a balanced diet and time for self-care can help maintain a consistent sense of wellbeing, regardless of the time of year.

Ultimately, returning to normality after the summer holidays is a process of adjustment that involves combining the positive aspects of summer relaxation with everyday responsibilities. Maintaining a positive attitude, planning ahead and finding ways to balance routine with moments of enjoyment are key to successfully navigating this period and maintaining a sense of wellbeing throughout the year.

Bibo Madrid, the prestigious restaurant of renowned chef Dani García, is celebrating its seventh anniversary with pride and excitement. Since its opening in the Spanish capital, this establishment has left an indelible mark on the Madrid gastronomic scene, offering a unique fusion of traditional Andalusian flavours with an innovative and avant-garde approach.

During these seven years, BiBo Madrid has captivated its diners with an exceptional culinary experience. Its elegant and modern ambience, combined with impeccable service, make every visit memorable. The restaurant has become a must-visit destination for both haute cuisine lovers and curious palates in search of new flavours and sensations.

Three Michelin-starred (2019) chef Dani García has been the architect behind BiBo Madrid’s success. His ability to combine Andalusian culinary tradition with innovative techniques and presentations has brought the restaurant’s dishes to unparalleled levels of excellence. Each creation on the menu reflects García’s passion and dedication to his cuisine, winning diners over with an explosion of flavours and textures.

For its seventh anniversary, BiBo Madrid has prepared special surprises for regular customers and those coming for the first time. A unique dinner on 23 August “From Madrid to seventh heaven” where diners can enjoy BiBo’s most representative dishes with an exclusive wine pairing.

In conclusion, BiBo Madrid’s seventh anniversary represents a story of success and dedication to culinary excellence. The restaurant has established itself as a benchmark in Madrid’s gastronomic scene and continues to delight its diners with exceptional dishes and memorable experiences – many more years of success and unforgettable flavours at BiBo Madrid to come!

Madrid in summer is a vibrant and energetic city, with a warm and sunny climate that invites you to enjoy its numerous outdoor activities and rich cultural offerings. During this time of year, the city comes alive with a mix of locals and tourists filling the streets, squares and parks.

A must-see in Madrid in summer is the Retiro Park, a green oasis in the middle of the city where you can rent boats on the pond, take a bike ride or simply relax under the shade of the trees. In addition, the park offers a variety of cultural events, such as open-air concerts and theatre performances.

Art and history lovers will find their paradise in the countless museums that Madrid has to offer. The Prado Museum, the Reina Sofia Museum and the Thyssen-Bornemisza Museum are essential stops to immerse yourself in the world of art and admire world-renowned masterpieces.

Gastronomy is also an essential part of the Madrid experience in summer. Open-air terraces and restaurants fill up with diners enjoying delicious tapas and refreshing drinks. Also, don’t miss a visit to the Mercado de San Miguel, where you can sample a wide selection of typical Spanish dishes.

For those looking for a more active adventure, Madrid offers numerous options for outdoor sports and activities. From hiking in the Sierra de Guadarrama to cycling in the Casa de Campo, there is something for everyone.

Evenings in Madrid are equally exciting in summer. The streets fill with people enjoying the city’s lively nightlife. From tapas bars to nightclubs and live music venues, there is something for everyone.

In short, Madrid in summer is a city that offers a perfect combination of culture, history, gastronomy and outdoor fun. Whether you like to relax in a park, explore museums or immerse yourself in the nightlife, the Spanish capital has everything you need for an unforgettable summer, so get ready to enjoy the amazing atmosphere and exciting plans that this wonderful city has in store for you!

Fast Good BiBo

Bibo Madrid’s lunch menu offers an exquisite selection of dishes inspired by traditional Spanish cuisine with a modern and creative twist. For 39€ appetizer, starter, main course and dessert. The perfect culmination to your summer days with the most BiBo lunch. Diners enjoy a unique dining experience in an elegant and cosy atmosphere.

El brunch es una comida que se ha popularizado en todo el mundo en los últimos años, pero su origen se remonta al siglo XIX en Inglaterra. Los domingos por la mañana, los cazadores británicos solían hacer una pausa en su actividad para disfrutar de un desayuno tardío, que combinaba platos dulces y salados. Con el tiempo, esta tradición se extendió a otros países y se convirtió en una comida típica de fin de semana.

En España, el brunch comenzó a popularizarse a finales del siglo XX, especialmente en las grandes ciudades como Madrid y Barcelona. En la capital española, el brunch se ha convertido en una opción cada vez más popular para los fines de semana, con numerosos restaurantes y cafeterías que ofrecen menús especiales para la ocasión.

En Madrid, hay una gran variedad de lugares para disfrutar de un buen brunch. Uno de los lugares más populares es el Mercado de San Miguel, donde se pueden encontrar numerosos puestos que ofrecen opciones dulces y saladas para todos los gustos. También hay cafeterías y restaurantes en los barrios de Malasaña, Chueca y La Latina, que ofrecen brunches especiales los fines de semana.

Después de disfrutar de un delicioso brunch en Madrid, hay muchas opciones para explorar la ciudad. Una opción es visitar el Parque del Retiro, un oasis verde en el centro de la ciudad que cuenta con hermosos jardines, estanques y monumentos históricos. También se puede visitar el Museo del Prado, uno de los museos de arte más importantes del mundo, que alberga obras de Velázquez, Goya, Rubens y muchos otros artistas de renombre.

Otras opciones incluyen explorar los barrios más emblemáticos de la ciudad, como el barrio de La Latina, que cuenta con numerosos bares y restaurantes tradicionales, o el barrio de Salamanca, conocido por sus tiendas de alta moda y sus elegantes restaurantes. En resumen, el brunch es una excelente manera de comenzar un fin de semana en Madrid, y hay muchas opciones para explorar y disfrutar en la ciudad después de la comida.

Brunch y Chandon Garden Spritz

Poder brindar como si estuvieses en Nueva York con las burbujas de Chandon Garden Spritz en el aperitivo es posible. El brunch de BiBo y Leña Madrid da esta opción en algunos fines de semana para hacerlo aún más especial. 

Con el menú de cada restaurante que incluye entrante, principal a elegir, poste y bebida, le acompañará una copa de este aperitivo que enamora a todo el mundo. 

The good thing about the arrival of the good weather is that the days get longer. The outdoor get-togethers with friends begin. And the long weekends also begin, like the Easter long weekend. A perfect time to enjoy, travel and get out of the house with no curfew. 

In between plans such as going to see museums, musicals, shopping or spending a few hours on the beach, you always have to make time to eat. During these days there are many gastronomic options. Whether you are in Marbella, Madrid or Tarifa. You may fancy a pizza from Alelí, the best embers of Leña, enjoy the best Japanese cuisine at Kemuri, sail the sea at Lobito de Mar or the trips of BiBo Dani García. Cuisine and menus for all tastes and days of the week. There are no excuses, only desire. 

Tragabuches Marbella’s Andalusian late-night snack.

Togetherness is strength. And enjoying yourself with friends and family revitalizes everyone. These days of Easter with public holidays and a very special weekend, the terrace lounge of Tragabuches has prepared  the best after lunch or pre-dinner evening for you . 

Music, special atmosphere and the best company to enjoy a fun evening in Marbella. 

By the way, don’t forget that you can also have breakfast in Dani García’s most Andalusian space from 9:30am to 11:30am from Monday to Sunday. 

Thursday and Friday start the day with brunch in Madrid

Holidays are for enjoying and celebrating. Go for a walk, go to the cinema or have a drink with friends. In the Dani García Group we don’t forget the start of the day and we suggest you start the day in style, with brunch at Leña or BiBo Madrid.

The first of them inaugurated just over a month ago and with embers as a nexus of union throughout its menu. For €45 per person, enjoy Leña’s best-known starters, choose a New York-inspired main course and finish with the sweetest touch. A unique and fiery experience for an unforgettable long weekend. 

BiBo is well-known in Madrid. A success that every week makes the people of Madrid enjoy the start of the day in style. For 39€ per person, very BiBo starters, a main course to remember and the best ice cream in the world for dessert.

“It’s addictive and that’s why I dream of everyone being able to try this sauce”. Just a few years ago, Dani García shared his impression of Bull Sauce with his community of followers, a condiment that has made some of his most emblematic dishes recognizable.

Firm in his desire to take his flavours and creations to all parts of the world, the Marbella chef has taken another step towards the democratization of his cuisine, and on this occasion, the secret is in the sauce. In collaboration with Carrefour, Dani García is bringing his Bull sauce to everyone’s fingertips for the first time. From now on, it will be available in more than200 of the companies’ supermarkets in three versions: original, gluten free and vegetarian.

Salsa Bull

Fundamental in its restaurants

Also known as Dani García’s “secret sauce”, this dressing forms part of some of the Andalusian chef’s most iconic dishes and meat bites. These include the oxtail brioche and the Bull Burger from BiBo, his most travelled concept; the burger that made sense of it all from Leña, his concept inspired by embers and smoke; or the Rossini burger from Dani Brasserie, his cosmopolitan and casual proposal at the Four Seasons Hotel Madrid. 

As of a few weeks ago you can not only enjoy it in the chef’s restaurants, but also at home with this new launch.