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El Bulli

I saw the announcement that El Bulli was closing for two years beginning in 2012, but it didn’t seem real until I read this interview with Ferran Adria in the Wall Street Journal.  Not only is it true, but there are reasons.  Outside of vague if-only-but-maybe future, I had no immediate plans to attempt a reservation.  While I look forward to whatever innovations this hiatus will bring, I can’t help but regret that even if I’m lucky enough to visit future incarnations, I’d have missed an opportunity.  Not ready to give up, I visited their website and saw that while 2010 is no longer available, there’s always the final 2011 season which hasn’t even begun.  Already a remote possibility, there’s no reason to give up on the daydream months in between just yet.

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  1. cami #

    I want to go to there…

    3 February 2010

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