This authentic Spanish restaurant is a great place to stop for a glass of sangría after tackling Cerro San Cristóbal. After all, it's right at the foot of the funicular. The dozen or so tables are set among wine barrels and between hanging strings of garlic bulbs. Nibble on tasty tapas like chorizo riojano (a piquant sausage), pulpo a la gallega (octopus with peppers and potatoes), and queso manchego (a mild white cheese) while perusing the long
wine list. Then consider ordering the house specialty—cabrito al horno (oven-roasted goat).