For some of Haro's most authentic La Rioja cooking, based on prime local products and domestic recipes, Daoíz Ibáñez is the man to see. His little tavern is strewn with decorative wine presses and anchored by a huge wood fireplace. The restaurant is famed for lamb and beef dishes of every kind and vegetable specialties from peppers to eggplant to artichokes. Pochas con chorizo (garbanzos with chorizo sausage), acelgas con revoltillo de setas (chard and eggs scrambled with wild mushrooms), and chuletón a la brasa (beef cooked over coals) are among the favorites here.
C. Las Cuevas 2, Haro, La Rioja, 26200, Spain