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W Barcelona revolutionises Sunday lunch, with a festive, foodie-friendly afternoon session

The iconic hotel continues to liven up Sundays with a new season of its Retox parties: end your weekend on a high, with a house and techno soundtrack, cocktails, great food and a laid-back atmosphere. Time Out in collaboration with W Barcelona.

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Looking for a laid-back, fun and glamorous way to wind up the weekend? Make a beeline for W Barcelona and discover their Sunday lunchtime sessions, which ring the changes on the concept of ‘brunch'. In fact, Retox’s motto is #thisisnotasundaybrunch.

Taking place every Sunday in the W’s Living Room, the party starts at 2pm and goes on all afternoon, raising the temperature during the coldest months of the year.

This innovative afternoon session offers the ideal combination of electronic music, cocktails, a young crowd and a laid-back, foodie atmosphere. The perfect mix for anyone who’s up for a party, but also wants to start the week with their batteries fully charged.

For a fixed price of €29 (not including drinks) you can enjoy a buffet that mixes healthy options and guilty pleasures, all prepared with delicious fresh ingredients. Nourish body and soul with wholesome treats such as avocado on toast, chia puddings or bowls of cereal.

You can also take your pick of savoury delicacies and mouth-watering mains, including pulled pork or pastrami rolls, or fish tacos, as well as all kinds of sweet, energy-packed desserts to round out the buffet. And to accompany the meal, juices, smoothies and one (or two) of our signature cocktails.

Alongside the food, the big attraction at Retox is the music, with a season-long programme of DJs from Spain and around the world to keep you dancing all day long.

The party season kicks off on 29th November, with German DJ and producer Teenage Mutants mixing deep house tunes for your dancing pleasure. Get ready for a good time! Reserve your tickets here!

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