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.

Tortilla de patatas is one of the most emblematic dishes in Spanish gastronomy, and every chef has his own special version. Renowned chef Dani García, known for his creative approach to cooking, has managed to reinvent this culinary classic in a unique and delicious way.

Dani García’s potato omelette stands out for its uniqueness: he prepares it without onion, because “that way it doesn’t give it sweetness” and retains an exceptional flavour. The absence of onion allows the flavour of the potatoes to take centre stage, achieving a smooth texture on the inside that is perfectly complemented by the egg.

The key to Dani García’s potato omelette lies in its preparation. The chef selects quality potato varieties, ensuring that they are tender and have a sweet, earthy flavour. These potatoes are thinly sliced and slowly cooked in olive oil, allowing them to brown gently and develop a deep, caramelised flavour.

In addition to the potatoes, another fundamental ingredient in Dani García’s potato omelette is the egg. The eggs are carefully beaten and added to the cooked potatoes, creating a smooth, creamy mixture that will be cooked over a low heat. The chef pays special attention to the doneness of the omelette, making sure it is juicy on the inside. The star ingredient is butter, which he adds a little before making the omelette. 

The result is tasty and comforting, bringing out the essence of the main ingredients. The combination of caramelised potatoes and egg creates a harmony of flavours that will delight the palate of diners.

Dani García’s potato omelette can be enjoyed in his restaurant Tragabuches or in establishments where his culinary creations are served, such as BiBo Londres. Every bite of this delicious omelette transports us to the essence of Spanish cuisine, with its perfect combination of simple but tasty ingredients.

In conclusion, chef Dani Garcia’s onion-less yet flavoursome tortilla de patatas is a unique and delicious interpretation of this classic Spanish dish. The carefully selected potatoes and García’s culinary technique make this tortilla an exceptional gastronomic experience. If you have the opportunity to try it, don’t hesitate to do so and enjoy an innovative and tasty version of this iconic dish.

Andalusia’s vegetables are renowned worldwide for their exceptional flavour and high quality. This region in southern Spain has a privileged climate that favours the cultivation of a wide variety of vegetables, making it a true paradise for food lovers.

One of the leading figures in Andalusian cuisine is the renowned chef Dani García, and his restaurant Tragabuches Marbella is famous for offering a unique culinary experience. One of the things that makes this place special is the use of fresh, top quality vegetables, many of which are sourced from the region itself.

Among the most prominent Andalusian vegetables are tomatoes and lettuce. The Andalusian tomato is famous for its sweet and juicy flavour, thanks to the climatic conditions and fertile soils of the region. It is used in a wide variety of dishes, from fresh salads to sauces and gazpachos, providing a touch of freshness and unrivalled flavour.

On the other hand, Andalusian lettuce is also highly valued for its crunchy texture and delicate flavour. It is grown in various parts of the region and is used as a base for salads and fresh dishes. Its freshness and quality make it an essential ingredient in the cuisine of Tragabuches Marbella, where it is one of the star complements to the restaurant’s dishes.

Vegetable production in Andalusia is a key sector of the regional economy. The region has a long agricultural tradition and has become Europe’s leading vegetable producer. Andalusian farmers use modern and sustainable techniques to guarantee the quality and freshness of their produce.

Andalusia’s sunny climate and abundant daylight hours favour the growth of vegetables, allowing them to develop to their full potential and acquire an intense flavour. In addition, the region has a great diversity of microclimates, allowing a wide variety of vegetables to be grown all year round.

At Tragabuches Marbella, diners have the opportunity to enjoy the essence of Andalusian vegetables in expertly prepared dishes. Dani and the team have carefully selected seasonal produce and combine it creatively to bring out its natural flavours. Juicy tomatoes and crisp lettuces become the stars of fresh and colourful dishes that delight both the palate and the eye.

Andalusian vegetables stand out for their exceptional flavour and unequalled quality. Andalusian tomato and lettuce are examples of unique products that can be enjoyed at Tragabuches Marbella, where chefs use these ingredients to create delicious dishes that highlight the freshness and essence of Andalusian cuisine. Explore the rich offering.

Summer is a great time to enjoy your free time and do a variety of fun and exciting things. Here are some ideas for activities you can do during this time of year.

A popular choice for many is going to the beach. You can spend the day in the sun, swim in the refreshing sea and relax on the sand. You can also take advantage of water sports such as surfing, paddleboarding or scuba diving, which will give you an extra dose of fun and adventure.

If you prefer a quieter atmosphere, you can organise a picnic in a nearby park or take a trip to the countryside. Enjoying the outdoors, hiking nature trails and taking in the beauty of nature can be a rejuvenating and relaxing experience.

Amusement parks are another great attraction during the summer. These places offer thrills and entertainment for people of all ages. From roller coasters to water rides, theme parks have something for everyone. Be sure to check opening hours and pandemic restrictions before visiting.

If you love music, summer is also the perfect time to attend outdoor festivals and concerts. From local band concerts to internationally renowned festivals, there’s a wide variety of music events to enjoy. You can spend the day listening to live music, discovering new artists and enjoying the vibrant festival atmosphere.

In addition to these activities, summer is also a good time to explore new places. You can take short trips to nearby cities, visit historical sites, immerse yourself in different cultures and try the local cuisine. Exploring new destinations gives you the opportunity to broaden your horizons and create lasting memories.

In short, summer offers a wide range of options to make the most of the season. Whether it’s relaxing on the beach, enjoying thrills at amusement parks or exploring new places, take advantage of this time to create memorable experiences and make the most of the great weather and summer fun.

Food, key to summer plans

Dani García’s restaurants are an excellent option for enjoying a delicious culinary experience during the summer. With locations in prime locations, they offer a welcoming and sophisticated atmosphere. Their menus are full of creativity and unique flavours, highlighting Mediterranean cuisine with innovative touches.

From refreshing and light dishes to more elaborate proposals, Dani García’s restaurants offer a variety of options to satisfy all palates. Enjoy fresh, quality ingredients in surprising combinations that will transport you to an unforgettable gastronomic journey in the middle of the summer season.

The festival of San Juan is one of the most popular celebrations in Spain and is held on the night of 23rd to 24th June. This date marks the summer solstice and the beginning of the summer season.

On this magical night, the cities and towns of Spain are filled with bonfires and people celebrating around them. The tradition of lighting bonfires on the night of San Juan has its origins in ancient times, when it was believed that fire had a purifying power and that by jumping over the flames one could eliminate negative energies and start the summer on the right foot.

In some areas of Spain, such as Valencia and Alicante, the festival of the Bonfires of San Juan is celebrated, where huge wooden and papier-mâché structures are erected and burnt on the night of 24 June, known as the “Nit de la Cremà” (Night of the Cremation). It is an extremely popular festival in which the inhabitants organise themselves into commissions to build and decorate these huge structures, which usually represent satirical figures or current events.

Another widespread tradition on the night of San Juan is that of bathing in the sea or in nearby rivers and springs. It is said that the water on the night of San Juan has healing properties and can purify the body and soul.

In some regions of Spain, such as Galicia, the “Noite da Queima” is also celebrated, with the burning of rag dolls representing popular characters and the setting off fireworks.

In short, the festival of San Juan is one of the most important celebrations in Spain, full of local traditions and with strong popular roots. The night of 23rd to 24th June becomes a magical night full of magic, in which fire and water are the protagonists and in which people celebrate the beginning of summer with joy and hope.

Happy anniversary BiBo Tarifa

From 2019 the nights of San Juan of Dani García Group are much more special since the arrival of BiBo Tarifa. Its opening was on the most magical night of the year. Next to Valdevaqueros beach, we enjoyed one more year the best atmosphere, gastronomy and landscape of Tarifa.

Happy birthday tarifeños!

Andalusia is a region of Spain that stands out for its rich and varied gastronomy, based on local and high quality products. Some of the most typical products of the region include olive oil, wine, fresh fish and seafood, and of course, Iberian acorn-fed ham.

Iberian acorn-fed ham is an emblematic product of Andalusian gastronomy, obtained from pigs reared free-range in dehesas and fed exclusively on acorns. The result is a juicy and tasty meat, with a unique flavour and a texture that melts in your mouth. Iberian acorn-fed ham is considered one of the best hams in the world and is an essential ingredient in many Andalusian dishes, from the classic “ham dish” to ham omelette and salmorejo. At Tragabuches we have Cinco Jotas which makes our evenings a unique and enriching experience. 

In addition to ham, Andalusia has a wide variety of local “kilometre zero” products, i.e. products that are grown and produced in the region itself, without the need to import ingredients from other parts of the world. These products include extra virgin olive oil, artisan cheeses, cold meats and fresh fish, among others.

Olive oil is one of Andalusia’s most emblematic products and is produced throughout the region. Andalusian extra virgin olive oil is known for its fruity and mild flavour and is used in many dishes in Andalusian cuisine, from salads and gazpachos to stews and fried foods.

Artisan cheeses are also very popular in Andalusia, especially in the mountain areas. Among the most typical cheeses are goat’s, sheep’s and mixed cheeses. These cheeses are made in the traditional way and are characterised by their intense flavour and creamy texture.

Summing up, Andalusian gastronomy is one of the richest and most varied in Spain, thanks to the large number of high-quality local products produced in the region. From acorn-fed Iberian ham to extra virgin olive oil and artisan cheeses, Andalusian gastronomy is a real culinary treasure that is well worth discovering.

What is better than waking up to been able to have breakfast in  the sun? WIth Tragabuchesbreakfast you can start the day with enough energy to get through the day. If you haven’t had time to have breakfast, don’t worry, Tragabuches has an extensive menu which will allow you to enjoy the true Andalusian kitchen from salads to desserts, through tapas.

However, if you don’t feel like thinking about what do you want to order, you can take a glimpse of the set menu, that offers the best selection of dishes. 

We bring you  good news! Once you finish immersing yourself in our culture, you can then move to our  outdoor tabletop, in the new Tragabuches Marbella Lounge terrace.

Tragabuches Marbella

Tragabuches, our ‘’Non-Stop’’ kitchen concept from 9:00 to 00:00, is the latest trendy place for celebrations for this coming 2023. Taking  into account the advantage  and privilege we have of being able to enjoy an aperative, cocktail or any other drink on the terrace with good weather in any season of the year  on the Costa del Sol.

Let me tell you! It is going to be your favorite place of celebrations in 2023, and specially in view of the summer and the ambience that Marbella attracts during this time of the year. 

Kids also have their space in the playroom, this will allow parents ro enjoy a good tabletop without needing to take care of the little members of the house. 

Tragabuches Marbella

You know where to find us, if not, on the bottom of the page, you can find our address  which will make it easy for you to come and enjoy all  we have prepared for you in Tragabuches Marbella Lounge.

Are you ready?

Make your booking as soon as possible!

Address: C. Ana de Austria, 2, 29670 Marbella, Málaga.

Dear Wise Men, 

In 2022 we have behaved better than ever, so for this year we ask you to bring us surprises to continue improving…

Who has not gone to sleep feeling nervous about the 5th, after seeing the street parade and with the excitement of getting up the next day and finding, magically, all the gifts under the tree? 

¡The Kings are coming! and they have secretly whispered to us that they are bringing you many surprises for this 2023, and they are sure that you will enjoy them just like a child opening their gifts.

BiBo Madrid

We know that for this day it is difficult to know what to give, so we come to facilitate that job.

What better opportunity to give your friends or family experiences for their palate? So that magical night, they go to sleep on a happy stomach, or experiences to enjoy on the 6th with those around you. Any time is good to celebrate with your loved ones. We also take care of the Roscon.

We know that you win people over through their stomach, so take advantage and book your experience.

Leña Marbella

This year you must be very attentive to our networks, the kings are going to be publishing the surprises.

Begin the countdown to 2023 and leave behind the memories of this 2022 that has flown by thanks to so many joyous and happy moments… Hand in hand with these memories come the famous resolutions that we promise ourselves every year that we will fulfil and leave most  of those memories  in the memory trunk, but this year we will make them all come true (or most  of them at least) will come true.

¡Surprises are coming in 2023! But first, let us take a walk down memory lane and look back at all the events that we have experienced in this past year thanks to you…

BiBo Madrid

We started 2022 with Dani Garcia’s debut in New York with Casa Dani and Pollo Verde, which are two ”Typical Spanish” in the middle of the Big Apple.

We begin the summer with the inauguration of Alelí in Marbella. A trip to Italy through the Italian cuisine of Dani García.

We continue with Kemuri, the Asian cuisine of Dani Garcia reached your palates to stay at the Puente Romano Hotel

The most famous brioche in the history of the Brioches, celebrates its first anniversary with Bibo, in Madrid and in Shoreditch (London).

We end the year with Tragabuches Marbella, to soak up the gastronomy of our Andalusian land.

So, in these next 12 months, we hope to enjoy what is to come together with you.

Tragabuches Madrid

Are you ready for all the promises for next year? 

The Dani Garcia Group wishes you a happy and prosperous New Year!

It is time! Finally, Christmas has arrived, the most magical time of the year and that we all look forward to so much, it is a time of lights, music and celebration along with the famous ”All I want for Christmas is you’… we for Christmas want you to enjoy yourself, and that you will be filled with the Christmas spirit.

At Grupo Dani García, we are clear about our plans for these festive dates, and you?

For example, seeing the Christmas lighting, which we will be able to enjoy until January 6. Madrid has pulled itself together this year and from Sol, we can see this year´s giant Christmas ball that lights up and flashes to the sound of music. Of course, we cannot forget the Plaza Mayor and its flea markets. 

Lobito de Mar

We do not have to go to Madrid to enjoy the Christmas plans, in Marbella you can also count on the plus that the Costa del Sol allows you to enjoy the mild weather at any time of the year. Do not worry, your search to find a place to eat, we will take care of it. 

And to recharge, here we leave you the latest trendy restaurants. Do not forget to book!

Alelí Marbella

Company lunches or dinners are also a typical Christmas event problem for these dates to book and choose menus. Do not worry, we bring the solution to your problems, we have activated Christmas menus for groups, but Book!

The Dani Garcia Group wishes you a Merry Christmas!