Where you can eat in san sebastián, based on chefs

"Recognized for their sirloin toast. Get among the cold (room-temp) pintxos lining the bar when you watch for your diminutive steak." —Miller and Adler of Huertas
31 de Agosto Kalea, 23, 20004 Donostia, Gipuzkoa, The country (+34 943 42 63 62)

"Probably the most visually arresting bars within the city—there are pintxos everywhere! Many use puff pastry. A kind of ‘pig inside a blanket,’ produced from chistorra sausage. I love the assertive mind cheese, anchovy and cornichon trio on the small croissant." —Miller and Adler of Huertas
San Jeronimo Kalea, 19, 20003 Donostia, Gipuzkoa, The country

La Cepa
"Awesome beer tap that appears just like a brass leg of jamón." —Miller and Adler of Huertas
31 de Agosto Kalea, 7, 20003 Donostia, Gipuzkoa, The country (+34 943 42 63 94)

Bar Nestor
"This small place within the Old City serves only four products: chuletón or steak chops fresh tomato salad blistered padrón peppers as well as their famous tortilla Española. They create 3 massive tortillas each day, as well as for anybody who want to possess a pintxo (or slice) on toast, you have to go an hour or so ahead of time (11 a.m. for supper, 6 p.m. for supper), write your company name lower and reserve a slice. As well as, Nestor, themself, is definitely there, and that he is definitely an amazing dude." —Miller and Adler of Huertas
Calle Pescadería, 11, 20003 Donostia, Gipuzkoa, The country (+34 943 42 48 73)

La Cuchara de San Telmo
"Another degree of pintxo bar. Small, composed plates specialized. Essential-visit. San Sebastián is all about bar hopping, trying as numerous bars as possible inside a night—this is definitely an exception. Spend time here." —Miller and Adler of Huertas
Calle del Treinta y 1 de Agosto, 28, 20003 Donostia, Gipuzkoa, The country

Casa Senra
"Located on the other hand from the river, in Gros love the clam and salsa verde croquette." —Miller and Adler of Huertas
Calle de Bay Area, 32, 20002 Donostia, Gipuzkoa, The country

Bar Haizea
"Our top pintxos bars in Donostia. Small , family run. Focuses on tartaletas, that are mostly made up of shellfish mousse. Should also try Brick de Bacalao, fried bacalao covered with fried caramelized onion bow with drizzle of reduced vinegar. It is a favorite stop for that Arzak family." —Miller and Yarza of Donostia
Aldamar Kalea, 8, 20003 Donostia, Gipuzkoa, The country (+34 943 42 57 10)

La Viña
"Classic taverna insidewithin all the historic district. The cheesecake is essential-have, because they use a special charring method to finish it. Likewise try the initial La Viña’ cono pintxo, that we pay homage [at Donostia]. It’s an excellent place for starting with a plate of boquerones and getting a vintage tortilla." —Miller and Yarza of Donostia
Calle del Treinta y 1 de Agosto, 3, 20003 Donostia, Gipuzkoa, The country (+34 943 42 74 95)

"Things are great here particularly the sea food conservas (what else?). Love the timeless feel here." —Miller and Yarza of Donostia
C/ Pescadería, 5, 20003 Donostia, Gipuzkoa, The country (+34 943 42 22 27)

Hake Loin Roast on Truffled Green spinach, Crab and Sweet Sparkling K5  Photo: Thanks to Martin Berasategui

Can’t-Miss Restaurants
Insider tip: Individuals at Donostia recommend you call ahead for reservations at the majority of the upscale restaurants.

"Beautiful area along with a classic restaurant, in which you must order the turbot." —Miller and Yarza of Donostia
Herrerieta Kalea, 2, 20808 Getaria, Gipuzkoa, The country (+34 943 14 00 24)

"A really serious experience." —Miller and Yarza of Donostia
Audio-video Alcalde Elósegui, 273, 20015 San Sebastián-Donostia, Gipuzkoa, The country (+34 943 27 84 65)

"Some serious American chef alums have staged here—badass chefs. This really is pretty in a major way." —Miller and Yarza of Donostia
Paseo Padre Orcolaga, 56, 20008 San Sebastián, Gipuzkoa, The country (+34 943 31 12 09)

Asador Etxebarri
"Here, you will find ‘the grill master around the globe,A who’s even grilling caviar," based on Miller and Yarza of Donostia. The Huertas team seconds this recommendation: "It is a Michelin-appeared restaurant within the hillsides of Basque Country, in regards to a 30-minute drive from San Sebastián. Even though it is nearly impossible to locate, they prepare everything with an open flame, from baby octopus to vegetables and steak. The scenery, food and experience allow it to be my personal favorite dining destination in Basque Country."
Plaza de San Juan, 1 48291 Atxondo, Bizkaia (+34) 946 58 30 42

"This is actually the place everybody wants to get in Gipuzkoa. Couples plan wedding ceremonies around getting meals here." —Miller and Yarza of Donostia
Aldura Aldea, 20, 20100 Errenteria, Gipuzkoa, The country (+34 943 52 24 55)

Restaurante Martín Berasategui
Just one of the numerous "Michelin temples." —Miller and Yarza of Donostia
Calle de Loidi, 4, 20160 Lasarte-Oria, Gipuzkoa, The country (+34 943 36 64 71)


Mercado en Bretxa
"Nothing which will rival Barcelona’s Boqueria or perhaps a few of the neighborhood markets around The country, however the modern Mercado en Bretxa, housed inside a beautiful old building, includes a nice sea food section where you should check out the neighborhood catch." —Miller and Adler of Huertas
Boulevard Zumardia, 3, 20003 Donostia, Gipuzkoa, The country

"Although touristy, it really is worthwhile to ride the funicular to the vintage theme park and eat the stunning views from the beach and city below." —Miller and Adler of Huertas

Two Day Journeys
Go east: "Certainly one of my all-time favorite days was driving toward France, stopping in the seaside capital of scotland- Pasaia de San Juan, walking with the village after which across the shoreline path, stopping for any beer along with a snack in the snack bar. Next, increase the little mountain known as Jaizkibel to have an amazing vista, after which lower sleep issues towards the bordertown Hondarribia. Possess a late lunch in the excellent Gran Sol taberna." —Miller and Adler of Huertas

Go west: "Drive the scenic seaside highway to Getaria and also have lunch in the elegant and legendary Elkano. Try percebes, kokotxas and also the turbot, lightly grilled in custom baskets in the pub behind your kitchen.Inch —Miller and Adler of Huertas

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Torben Bohr: Best city in the world!

vagabrothers: Aupa!!!

Gpluss S: Torben Bohr ja! Bilbao… nah we are good brothers and I love their coast landscape

ibaiway: I´m a proud citizen from San Sebastian. Everybody is welcome in this city.

Jacsania Sosa: Im going to say this is the most beautiful place that i have ever been to. Lived there for almost two years and just coulnt get enough of those delicious Pintxos. I <3 basque country! AGUR!cheers all the way from California and Mexico, Yucatan!

vagabrothers: Aupa! +Jacsania Sosa estamos de acuerdo! We love the Basque Country!

Ryan Ricketts: This one was seriously awesome. I’ve never heard of pintxo before! I was drooling the whole time. Now I have to go there.

vagabrothers: Definitely!  Check out Marko's guidebook to the Basque Country for some more tips & inspiration.  You can find it as an app in the iTunes / Android stores under the name "Basque Country: Cuisine & Culture"

E Aguilar: Love San Sebastian. Excellent video. How did you guys manage to live there?

vagabrothers: Lovely city. We taught English :)