High over the ancient bridge of Anguiano, this is an excellent place to try the local specialty, caparrones colorados de Anguiano con sus sacramentos (small, red kidney beans stewed with sausage and fatback) made with the much-prized, extra-tasty hometown bean. Unpretentious and family run, La Herradura ("horseshoe") is a local favorite usually filled with Riojanos and trout fishermen taking a break from the river. The house wine is an acceptable and inexpensive Uruñuela cosechero (young wine of the year) from the Najerilla Valley.
Ctra. de Lerma, Km 14, Anguiano, La Rioja, 26322, Spain