Fodor's Expert Review Terete
A perennial local favorite, this rustic spot has been roasting lamb in wood ovens since 1877 and serves a hearty menestra de verduras (vegetables stewed with bits of ham) that is justly revered as a mandatory sidekick. With rough hand-hewn wooden tables distributed around dark stone and wood-beam dining rooms, the medieval stagecoach-inn environment matches the traditional roasts. The wine cellar is a veritable museum stocked with some of La Rioja's best reservas and crianzas.
Calle Lucrecia Arana 17
Haro, La Rioja 26200, Spain
- 19th-century wood-burning oven
- Succulent roast lamb and suckling pig
- Deep, deep Rioja wine list