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Salmon Gurú

With its fluorescent lightning bolts and neon signs, walking into Salmon Guru is like stepping into a comic book while high on mushrooms. Although the name of this bar suggests you’ll be meeting salmon experts, you’re actually here for cocktails made with ingredients like nori seaweed syrup and baked apple froth. If you’re hungry, walk the nine minutes to La Barraca for a traditional paella, and then end the evening with mojitos at nearby Lateral or a glass of wine at the ME Hotel rooftop.

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