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A good post on how to do it right with pintxos in Basque Country

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After a long absence from Fodor´s, but continuing with my gastronomy and tourist passion, I´d like to post what is a very good post about Basques´ love for real (being myself a local, I think he´s got the point), fresh food, and how to deal with it. And how to behave like a local...taking into account that San Sebastián-Donostia is becoming increasingly popular and therefore "too touristy" for my liking...

http://www.civilianglobal.com/food-and-drink/michelin-star-dining-the-best-restaurants-in-san-sebastian-mugaritz-arzak-ganbara-molecular-pintxos/#ixzz2lw0WDdI6

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