Open Hours: 1:30pm-4pm & 9:30pm-10:45pm Mon-Sat; 1:30pm-4pm Sun
A typically austere Aragonese building in brick with wrought iron balconies on the road to Logroño, this restaurant offers fine regional cuisine ... More
A typically austere Aragonese building in brick with wrought iron balconies on the road to Logroño, this restaurant offers fine regional cuisine and wines. Migas (fried bread crumbs with grapes and other ingredients), tender grilled lamb and blood sausage are all house specialties. Some of the French-influenced dishes on the menu will satisfy the gourmets, like the lobster ragout, stuffed lamb crepinette and chocolate mousse over mint coulis. As for the wine, it's all Aragonese. Entertainment is laid on in the form of traditional song and dance.
Located in the center of the commercial and business area of the city. Inaugurated in October of 2000, this quality
establishment elegantly combines the modern and classic styles placing the guest in an atmostphere that harmonizes the comforts of ...
This street was built in the mid nineteenth century across from El Pilar so that the central dome of the
basilica could be seen from Calle Coso. It has preserved almost all the buildings of the 19th century. On ...
Near the Pilar basilica and housed in an old historic building that used to be a convent, one can almost
picture the ghosts of Goya and Bayeu sashaying around the tables. Your guests will be captivated by the private ...
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