Lizarrán Portal de la Marina
There is nothing more Spanish than going for tapas (‘tapeo’), a deep rooted custom which slightly differs in different parts of Spain. One of them is ‘pincheo’, common in the North of the country. Perhaps it’s no coincidence that, in addition, it is one of the regions that has helped in making Spain a culinary benchmark around the world. Inspired on this tradition, and combining it with the techniques and demands of modern catering, in 1988, the first Lizarran bar opened in Sitges (Barcelona). It was the start of a meteoric expansion which has reached 250 establishments in Spain and a score of countries, to the point of becoming part of the landscape of our cities, and a name which is easily recognised by everyone.