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Posted: Fri Mar 8 2013
Plaça Emili Vendrell, the final frontier. The galaxy of the Raval, mostly heavily explored by all kinds of beings, but hidden in its very depths are tiny worlds that go unnoticed by the untrained and the less-skilled. This square is one such place, and the humanoids that inhabit the terrace at Invisible know all about it. Surrounded by land, trees and lamps, the value of the view from this Raval cocktail bar is incalculable.
At night, the square is a black hole that attracts all kinds of celestial bodies: groups of children kicking a ball around, buskers doing their thing, mustachioed men gliding around like asteroids, vagabonds on benches, university students hanging about, tourists taking it all in and acting like they're not lost ...
Invisible shares terrace space with Pizza Ravalo, which, as its name suggests, serves up delicious pizza pies. The two locations are binary planets (a dinner-cocktail combo is practically obligatory), but if you don't want to waste your drinking time with eating, get directly to the bar where they can whip you up one of the best piña coladas in town. And forget about the doomsday proclamations of meteorologists. In this roofless observatory you'll be so distracted won't know if you're too hot or too cold. Only a meteor shower could ruin a visit to this terrace.
Invisible-Pizza Ravalo Plaça Emili Vendrell, 1