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Delishop wants to introduce the people of Barcelona to a new concept: the urban picnic.
Delishop wants to introduce the people of Barcelona to a new concept: the urban picnic.

WHERE do you want to eat today? That’s what Delishop, a little eatery in foodie-friendly Barcelona, wants to know.

And they’re hoping that you’re going to think outside the box — or at least outside the restaurant.

With a new line of packaging for their tasty takeaway lunches, Delishop wants to introduce the people of Barcelona to a new concept: the urban picnic.

To facilitate outdoor dining, the store even hands out a little map of Barcelona’s best spots for plopping down on a bench and enjoying your lunch.

Their slick packaging, which recalls wicker hampers and picnic blankets, makes the experience feel that much more authentic.

So when in Barcelona, grab a falafel and hoof it to that wooden bench with a lovely view of the waterfront. The folks at Delishop must already know, fresh air can be a delicious spice.


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