Pilgrims will find no problem to have breakfast in one of the bars dotted along the Jacobean route, especially on the street Calle de Puente. Several hostels, such as San Martin or El Postigo open early to meet the demands of the pilgrims. Also the café at the bus station, located on Calle Virgen de Gracia, remains open 24 hours, which may be of assistance to more than one hiker.
At lunchtime there are places where visitors can enjoy homemade food typical to Leon, such as Casa Marcelo, which specialises in fish and seafood, El Hórreo, or the uniquely decorated La Curiosa, situated in the building of the old chemist. Specialties of the area include bacalao (cod) Mansilla style and star products like black pudding and tomatoes.
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