A gastronomic festival where all the ingredients of all the dishes will be products of Catalonia.
The Ministry of Agriculture Ramaderia i Pesca together with Time Out Barcelona, Estrella Damm and other collaborating companies are organizing the first edition of Time to Eat, on November 30th at the Maritime Museum of Barcelona.
The festival will begin with a knife and fork breakfast prepared by chef Nandu Jubany. If you want to try their traditional and energetic proposal, do not waste your time because places are limited (€ 29 with early sale).
Not only can you fill your stomach with the best food – 13 salty and three sweets – at affordable prices, but you can also participate in various activities related to gastronomy from different points of view. Throughout Saturday, the 30th there will be tastings and pairings, workshops, talks and activities for the little ones.
And last but not least, the festival will be environmentally friendly and committed to sustainability. The glasses will be 100% compostable and all the utensils of the dishes will be made with biodegradable material.
Both the drink and the food at the festival will have to be paid with tokens (one token equals 2 euros) and these are the prices: Water, € 1. Beer, € 2. Wine glass, € 3. Dish, € 5. Dessert € 4.
The ticket cannot be bought in advance, but you can already buy the Nandu Jubany breakfast ticket and a VIP ticket that includes a fast pass queue, 14 tokens and a special Time to tote bag Eat Festival.
Where: Maritime Museum of Barcelona, El Raval
When: Saturday, November 30th, 2019