|San Sebastian in Spain is where I fell in love with Pinchos! Will someone in Philadelphia please open a Pinchos Restaurant?|
Q. And your favorite spot in Europe?
A. You’d have a hard time finding anything better than Barcelona for food, as far as being a hub. Given a choice between Barcelona and San Sebastián to die in, I’d probably want to die in San Sebastián.
A typical snack of the Basque Country, pinchos consist of small slices of bread upon which an ingredient or mixture of ingredients is placed and fastened with a toothpick, which gives the food its name pincho, meaning spike. Pinchos are very common in the taverns of the Basque Country, where a variety of pinchos is usually served on a tray at the bar.
Groups of friends will go from one tavern to another, drinking small glasses of wine or beer and eating pinchos!
Breakfast and Dinner Pictures from our Euro Honeymoon!