From breakfast to after dinner at La Manera Gastrobar

Do you know what a gastrobar is? Have you ever seen one? I discovered one recently and I immediately fell in love. It’s fantastic and I want you to have a look.


The word of the week is gastrobar. What does it mean? A bar that is open from morning to night and that turns into the needs of the day.

Combining together a bar, a restaurant and a cocktail bar what will the result be?

Do you want a coffee for breakfast to start your day? Here you find it. If you enjoy brunch, this place is the right one.

But exactly where should you go? In that of Valencia, where the Masquespacio studio had the task of transforming and designing this venue. The place is called La Manera and it is beautiful. Warm and welcoming, it is the place where you would like to go after a stressful day.

NATURAL MATERIALS AND AN INDUSTRIAL LOOK FOR VALENCIA’S GASTROBAR

The concept of long-term hospitality is not only in times and in the type of service, but also in the highest quality food that is served and rigorously derived from natural resources.

Drinks and cocktails served by the most famous bartender and cocktail men of the moment, of course. All in an industrial-style atmosphere that prefers natural materials.

Client: La Manera
Design: Masquespacio
Photography: Luis Beltran

All used materials create a warm and comfortable environment: bricks retrieved to the walls, leather for curtains and chairs. Metal with a slightly rusty touch of the lamps and counter and the green touch of the plants.

Isn’t the turquoise wall with mesh pattern, behind the bar, gorgeus? It gives that Mediterranean accent that we like so much. But there are two details that are great for me: the magazines hanged on the wall tubes, which look like paintings and concrete bricks that are pots for plants.

Last but not least, the lights: fully adjustables, they transform the gastrobar from a good morning coffee place to a sexy restaurant at sunset.

My suitcase is ready.

Client: La Manera
Design: Masquespacio
Photography: Luis Beltran