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Vermouth hour at the Pulitzer

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Time Out says

While in summertime hotel terraces throughout the city open as if they made up a flowering plant in full bloom, as autumn and winter roll round, we have to suffer along with their closing. But within this desert there are still a few oases, and one is the Pulitzer Hotel. Imagine if you will, a sunny November Sunday, as you fill your belly with classic tapas, quality tinned delicacies, gorgeous olives, patatas bravas and Russian salad.

And this year, they're offering even more variety with dishes you can share including hummus and tortilla chips with guacamole as well as gourmet sandwiches. They've also got a space for kids with books and toys, as well as a mini snack meal just for them including fries, olives without stones, and fruit juice or other soft drinks for €4.

Saturday, November 7, in collaboration with the In-Edit film festival, the session is taken over by Julien Temple, the film director linked to music legends such as The Sex Pistols, The Clash, The Kinks, The Rolling Stones, David Bowie and Depeche Mode.

What's more, DJ EndaBeat, after having played in Ocaña, Harlem Jazz Club, Marula, Diobar, Madrid's Berlin Café and JazzReFound in Italy, lands at the Pulitzer on Sunday, November 8, with his giant collection of jazz, soul, funk and electronic dance music vinyls.


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