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Churros with anise sugar
No. 62

Alma’s little sister

Alma co-owners and life partners Juán Lopez Luna and Lindsay Brennan started planning a convivial tapas space next door to their restaurant some time ago. At Tinc Set (which, in Catalán, literally means “I’m thirsty”), chef Luna’s Barcelona-style rotisserie chicken would be complemented with a list of sommelier-importer Brennan’s favourite Spanish and Catalonian producers. “The timing was impeccable,” Brennan says of their mid-pandemic opening. The takeout venture in a casual retro dépanneur space also serves coffee, churros, bocadillos (sandwiches) and homemade conservas (preserves).
—Ivy Lerner-Frank

Pantry items (conservas and a bottle of Tinc Set Ancestral from Mas Candi)
Photo Credit: (churros) The Sav Collective. (conservas) Two Food Photographers.

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