At the tiny Baobab they serve breakfasts and light lunches, but the best time to go to this cosy, relaxing place is at dusk. Ask for a beer or tea, and let yourself get carried away by the blues and jazz they play. If it is late and you can’t be bothered to go home, you can ask to have a look at the dinner menu. If that’s not enough, you can round the evening off with a few mojitos made by Carles and Juan Carlos. Thursday to Saturday is the time when Baobab shows its nocturnal side.
Joan Gamper, 18
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