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Parts Unknown San Sebastian

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Bourdain's show just aired an episode on San Sebastian.

Lot of supplementary material on the web site, including some lists of pintxos bars and asadors:

https://explorepartsunknown.com/destination/san-sebastian/

Of course the places he featured on the shows are "fine dining" places which will run hundreds of Euros per meal.

But Bourdain claims "even the bad restaurants are good." But these bad restaurants can still be pricey?

I'm going to research his lists of places.

Like just about every destination he features in this series, the locals always treasure the freshest ingredients and consider their cuisine an essential part of their cultural identity.

What are they going to say, "food is food?"

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