Spanish chef Albert Adrià.
01 Jul 2013
Spanish chefs to open Bodega 1900 this summer
Ferran and Albert Adrià have an everlasting passion for vermut.
Author: Rosa María González Lamas/©ICEX
The family memories of Albert and Ferran Adrià are the driving force behind the new Bodega 1900, their newest restaurant project which will pour in Barcelona (Catalonia) a menu of souvenirs around vermut and the foods and techniques employed in the cuisine of the early 20th century.
Located across Tickets, Bodega 1900 will feature a menu of homemade seafood preserves and other food treats that have historically complemented vermut. Enjoying a vermut experience as an aperitif has been a long-time tradition in Spain that has subsisted in regional spots as Catalonia, Madrid or Asturias.
Bodega 1900 will be the first of the Adrià brothers projects to open on Sundays and at mid-day. The restaurant’s design will evoke the spirit of the early 1900s.
The vermutería will feature a cosmopolitan vermut selection, vermut-based cocktails and sangrias. “We want to show everyone that vermut is much more than Martini,” declared Albert Adrià to www.foodsfromspain.com