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Serielizados fest & Bacoa

From Albuquerque, we present a new Special inspired by 'Breaking Bad', with the collaboration of Serielizados Fest.

There´s something we like almost as much as hamburgers: scarf series. Two things 100% compatible. Sunday afternoon, a delivery of a couple of our burgers and press play. if the end of the world begins, it better finds me binge-watching.

From this love for the small screen came the idea of collaborating with Serielizados, Barcelona International Series Festival. This 5th edition will be held from September 27 to 30 at the CCCB and it will be the talk of the town. We tell you why.

TO WHET YOUR APPETITE

After so many hours of series and more series, I’m sure your stomach are rumble … Simple easy, and for the whole family, head over to Bacoa to try the new special burger inspired by ‘Breaking Bad’, the universe created by Vince Gilligan: grilled green mole chicken, tomato chutney, cream cheese and jalapeño peppers. Play and replay.

Serielizados fest & Bacoa

Available in all our restaurants from September 10 until end of stock. Deadline October 14. Hurry up or you will miss it!

INTERNATIONAL GUESTS

The great Vince Gilligan, creator of ‘Breaking Bad’ or ‘Better Call Saul’, the Swedish director of alternative porn films Erika Lust, who presents her first erotic web series or Nacho Carretero, author of the book ‘Fariña’, adapted outstanding to series recently among others. O que teño que facer para non ter que ir ao mar…

PREMIERE OF NEW SERIES

Up to 16 premieres in Spain. We leave you three advancements: Danish neocolonialism (‘Liberty’), gender clashes in Norwegian football (‘Home Ground’) and dark secrets in the diary of an Israeli psychologist (‘Sleeping Bears’).

POP TELEVISIVE CULTURE

“Freaks and Geeks: The Documentary”, “Las series no molan tanto” with speakers as humorists Pepe Colubi and Ernesto Sevilla, as well as a round table moderated by Ivan Morales, Juanjo Sáez and Roger Coma. In addition, homage will be paid to the writer, essayist and playwright Maria Aurèlia Capmany, the first series creator of RTVE.