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Calçotada at Poble Espanyol

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Calçotada Poble Espanyol
© Ariadna CreusCalçotada Poble Espanyol
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Time Out says

If you haven't tried 'calçots' yet, here's your chance. This onion-like local delicacy is in season, and Poble Espanyol is hosting its second Calçotada (calçot feast), where you can participate in this very Catalan tradition of dining on grilled calçots and meats ('botifarra' sausage is a biggie), plus other traditional side dishes, including the all-important 'romesco' sauce for dipping. You'll also get Catalan rumba music and dance, a calçot-eating contest, a dance of the local 'gegants' (giants), and wine tasting. You can even buy local products at the food stands set up in the Plaza Mayor.

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Price:
Entrance + calçot set menu: €12. Entrance + complete set menu: €14. Entrance + kids' set menu: €8.
Opening hours:
10am-6pm
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