Brugal rum and renowned chef Dani García have joined forces to create a unique culinary experience at Leña restaurant, where the magic of Brugal rum and the chef’s cuisine merge in an exceptional dessert.

The Brugal rum house, with its rich Dominican heritage dating back to 1888, has been a benchmark in the world of premium distillates. Its rum is distilled and aged in the Dominican Republic, under ideal conditions for maximum quality and flavour. The Brugal distillery uses traditional methods and a blend of copper and oak stills to create exceptional rums with a smooth and complex character.

Leña restaurant, run by renowned Spanish chef Dani Garcia, is known for its focus on charcoal-grilled cuisine and creative use of local ingredients. Its menu is a celebration of bold flavours and innovative culinary techniques.

The collaboration between Brugal and Dani Garcia at Leña focuses on the Savarin dessert that pays homage to Ducasse with Brugal 1888 rum. Initially it was made at the Babá al Ron de Leña made at the table. The combination of flavours is a symphony of sweetness and notes of oak and spices that blend harmoniously on the palate.

To complement this dessert, Leña offers a selection of creative cocktails made with Brugal rum that you can also pair with this dessert for even more flavour potential. 

The union of Brugal rum and Dani García in Leña is a culinary and cocktail experience that combines Brugal’s distilling expertise with Dani García’s culinary creativity.This dessert with Brugal rum is a showcase of the passion for haute cuisine and this benchmark, and is a testament to how flavours can converge to create something truly exceptional.

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.

Its tradition comes from New York and is a mix between breakfast and lunch. They turned it into brunch and all lovers of good gatherings around the table are taking it up as a fixed plan on their weekends. 

Leña Madrid, inaugurated in June 2021 in Paseo de la Castellana 57, activated this well-known and successful custom to start the weekend in the warmest way to add a lot of firewood to the fire starting early in the morning. Every Saturday and Sunday from 11:00 to 12:30h in a unique menu you will start the embers day of Dani García. Starters, main course of your choice, dessert and drink for €45 per person. 

Leña Madrid hides a secret.

The perfect decoration, dim light and the embers of Leña hide the corridor to the stars. The two Michelin Stars of Smoked Room, achieved at the same time six months after its opening in 2021. A unique space that takes you to haute cuisine in a unique omakase menu. In this space that seats fourteen diners, you just have to place yourself in the hands of the chef. The rest is up to us.

If you want to live this experience, pay attention to every fifteenth day of the month to be able to send a reservation request to be able to access to one of these places. 

The perfect gift. 

It is becoming more and more common to give intangible gifts that will offer the other person to the purest and most exciting experience. Among the world’s passions is gastronomy and Dani García’s wide-ranging offer is also available as a gift. 

For this reason, you can now purchase the perfect brunch experience for two as a gift. The beneficiary will have 12 months to redeem it from the date of purchase. When they do so, they will start the weekend in the embers of Dani García. After such a  start to your day, the rest can only get better.