Pilgrims will have no problem finding supplies in the town. Several establishments offer, alongside the traditional snacks and casseroles, obviously served with wine, good pilgrim menus at a price of around 10 euros. In some cases, as in the Restaurant Los Parrales, the continuous arrival of pilgrims means that it opens continuously throughout the day. Hikers should not miss trying pimentos najeranos (peppers), a variety native to La Rioja and consumed both fresh and canned. They are delicate and have a pleasant flavour.
For breakfast, a good option is to visit any of the bars open early in the historic area. The bar Naxara (Calle Mayor, 58), offers a wide range, or La Pasarela (Calle Mayor, 12), open from 06.00 hours, another desirable destination. Opposite the monastery of Santa María is the bar Cuatro Caminos.
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