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Bars & Restaurants in Pollensa, Majorca Where to eat and drink. For great reviews and comments on bars, cafes and restaurants. Do give locations if possible.

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Have any bars or restaurants opened in PP under the relaxation of measures. Hopefully some will think a little income is better than nothing?
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It's only the first day so please bear with me, a few have opened today and more are planning to open during this week. Also a few bars have opened and seem to be very busy, unfortunately i am unable to go and see for myself as i have a problem with my foot and can't get about, just my luck .
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Oh no! How unlucky. Hope it improves quickly
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Sorry to hear you are struggling Sparky and hope you can get out and about soon Obviously there is no rush as we will not be visiting for a while!! But hoping there is some light at the end of the tunnel for those who have been struggling for so long
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Gran Café 1919 opening now!
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I heard Casa Manolo and Ambrosia already opened. Stay and a few others possibly opening today too. Also Trencadora in Pollensa.
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Ca les Monges was open as was la bodeguita.
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What a shame sparky.. hope your foot gets better soon!
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It's only the first day so please bear with me, a few have opened today and more are planning to open during this week. Also a few bars have opened and seem to be very busy, unfortunately i am unable to go and see for myself as i have a problem with my foot and can't get about, just my luck .
Sounds like gout to me. Have plenty of fluids.
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1. Moll de Bellagio is opening the rear patio from Wednesday and will be open for both lunch and evening service.

2. Can Ferra is now open (terraces) and hope to offer their normal evening menu. They are also opening for drinks and snacks during day.

3. Pascalinos (always open!)

4. The new tapas bar in the church square (whose name escapes me) was open and full yesterday lunchtime.
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as per e-mail from Stay:

We are going to reopen the Stay Restaurant as from, Friday 15th of May,
at this stage we have permission to open just our Terrace with security room
between tables, I assume, this restrictions are going to last for about 10 days,
if by then everything is fine, we will be able to reopen our indoor Restaurant,
around the 25th of May.
Our kitchen opening hours will be as follows:
Breakfast from 9 till 12 hrs.
From 12 hrs. till 20 hrs, all other Menus:
Snacks, Tapas, Restaurant, Vegan & Take-Away.
(Take-Away at 25% off restaurant price)
20 Hrs. is last order time
We are going to close the premises at around 21,00 hrs.

We would love to see you again soon!
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Sounds like gout to me. Have plenty of fluids.
Yes, it's really painful and swollen, ice packs and pain killers are helping .
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So far these are open or opening this week :-

Al Fresco.
Bella Roma.
Portofino.
Celler la Parra.
La Vall.
Norai.
Tecun.
Nostalgia.
Meraki.
Cafe deu Moll.
Cafe Sa Pobla.
Bar Manolo.
Bodeguita.
Chef table.
Ca Les Monges.
Hostal Borrás.
Stay.
Aldea.
Geminis.
Can Ferra.
Pascalinos.
Biniboy.
Nawab Istanbull.
Himalaya.
Ambrosia.
Vitho.
Casa Manolo”El SANGUCHAZO “.
Chez Antoine.
Can Tofol.
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Yes, it's really painful and swollen, ice packs and pain killers are helping .
I hope it gets better. Watch what food you eat, I cannot eat strawberries or asparagus. Found out by trial and error. Been on daily Allopurinol tablet for some years and it works.
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I’ve suffered with gout, Lyn, two separate attacks, and once diagnosed have taken Allopurinol every day with no further problems. My word it’s a painful thing and I do hope you recover quickly. If you do, it probably isn’t gout. How sad that this appeared just as you got some freedom. Jane and I send our best wishes.
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