The stone walls, potted plants and window ornaments give this place a real old-fashioned French bistro look, though the crowds can be so thick that you might not even notice during prime time. The draw? Some of the best pintxos this side of the Urumea.
It's all quality here, though the bodega is best known for its jamón (ham), morcilla (blood sausage) and, most of all, tortilla. It also has a long wine list and terrace seating fronting the restaurant-lined street.