Dígame - The Mallorca Guide

Friday 20 May 2011
Digame Reload party the morning after.

Digame Reload party the morning after.

So we held our Digame Reload party last night and what a great party it was. Firstly thanks to everyone who turned up and took time out of their busy schedules, it means a lot

So what was the reason for the Digame Reload party you may ask, well we decided to hold a soiree to raise awareness with both readers of the magazine, visitors of the website and current and future advertisers that we had taken over the business and the direction that we are wanting to take the business in.

We wanted to highlight that we see the Digame Mallorca website as a reference tool for tourists, second home owners and International residents who want to get the most out of Mallorca. We have fallen in love with the island and we want to shout about all the great things that the island has to offer from unspoilt beaches, to new and exciting restaurants, art exhibitions,  music gigs and lots of different activities that you can enjoy.

Digame offers our readers and website visitors recommendations on what to do and where to go, plus news on entertainment, culture, restaurants, beaches and everything that makes people enjoy the beautiful  island of Mallorca.

The evening also had a social and community purpose as we support the Mediterranea NGO which does magnificent work both in the local community and across the world. The charity is led by the amazing Dr Michael Stoma who has just been awarded the European Citizen of the Year.


We were very lucky that we could hold our event in a new and original local restaurant which only opened 10 days ago; Quina Creu. This amazing loft building is reminiscent of the great Cuban bars where you could have lazy afternoons drinking mojitos.


Located in the Sa Gerreria area of Palma's old town which during the 13th century was the key social and trading centre in Palma; the buildings stored grains, housed travelling merchants and provided forums for closing important commercial deals.
Once the popular wood fire bakery of the area, the present day jazzy, loft like restaurant breathes new life to the venue located in the heart of the district. It has two entrances, one on Calle Corderia and one on Calle Forn de Sa Creu, a street named after the emblematic bakery of the time (meaning 'bakery of the cross').

The present day eatery is a hot spot with fashionable and cultured locals, and is the ideal location for a relaxed chic dinner, urban lunch or cool gin tonic. The restaurant’s name, Quina Creu, plays on the venue's traditional name - it is a Mallorcan expression, a desire for some abandon and relief.
Located a minute's walk from Plaza Mayor, the restaurant is tucked in a quiet corner off the beaten track ensuring it's well protected from the masses.

We would like to thank everyone who attended and you can check out all the photos of the evening on our facebook page.

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