Cocina Hermanos Torres Restaurant, the 2 Michelin star restaurant by the Torres chefs in Barcelona
The Hermanos Torres celebrated the grand opening the 2018 summer in Barcelona of one of the most highly anticipated restaurants on the national scene, Cocina. And old tire warehouse converted into a fabulous restaurant where the Torres brothers strive for their third Michelin star. Qooqer is proud to outfit this innovative project.
Cooking in Dos Cielos Madrid Restaurant
In downtown Madrid, tucked in the Gran Meliá Palacio de los Duques, inside the old stables, is Dos Cielos Madrid. Qooqer joined the kitchen team of the new restaurant with the Torres Brothers… and we showed off a bit.
QOOQER X Lolea
We admit it. At Qooqer, we love to fall in love. We are in love with authentic things, with artisanal products and good design. And so, what happened to us with Lolea was love at first sight. And from this love, and from a long friendship, this lovely collaboration project between Lolea and Qooqer was born.
5 Good Reasons to Use an Apron in Your Business
In an industry as competitive as hospitality, attention to detail makes all the difference. Choosing the right uniform for your business adds substantial value to your image.
Custom aprons for Ambivium Restaurant at Pago de Carraovejas
Pago de Carraovejas is one of the most renowned Spanish bodega. Qooqer dressed the dining room and kitchen staff in custom aprons for Ambivium, its new restaurant.
Interview: Illustrator Coco Dávez wears our apron
Coco Dávez is a multifaceted artist who seems to make everything she touches shine. Self-taught, illustrator, painter, lover of photography and fashion… she herself seems to be part of the pop iconography of her work.
This weekend, we go to Fismuler
If you like to eat great food in the best ambience, Fismuler is the place for you. The coolest Madrid has to offer and the cuisine you love, all wrapped up in one place.
Moonshine Apron for Macera Taller-Bar
In our collective imagination, we associate distilled spirits with old pickup trucks and clandestine clubs. So when a friend and customer placed an order with us for Macera Taller-Bar, the days of Prohibition popped into our minds, with underground distilleries and aprons.
History of the apron. From tradespeople to the runway
Right now, in the 21st century, the apron has reemerged as a style icon in workwear and as a fashion accessory both in and out of the kitchen. Against all odds, this garment constantly moves and reinvents itself, leaving the past behind. Today, nothing remains of its negative image from being associated with a woman trapped in a domestic role.