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Zumeltzegi is a bar with a contemporary cozy design and a long history (it's been around for 35 years).  They offer familiar Basque pintxos, with an interesting presentation, which still retain the main characteristics of all San Sebastian mini-sandwiches, namely being majestically made of quality local products. Their local hits are brochette-style pintxos. Try all the options: chicken, meat, monk fish, prawns with mushrooms and a mixture of squid, ham and peppers. The bar also has a restaurant with a perfect interior for a Saturday dinner.
Address: Fermin Calbeton , 15
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If you want to dine and, at the same time, be away from the noise of the Old Town, then Kaskazuri restaurant could be an optimal solution. It is bright, spacious and only a few steps away from the Old Town. The atmosphere with huge windows and views of Kursaal, Uremea river and Zuriola beach incline for a leisurely lunch. Kaskazuri has a great menu with a choice of five different appetizers, main dishes and desserts offering lots of vegetables, integral cereals and classic recipes of meat and fish. There is even a fully vegetarian option.
Address:  Paseo de Salamanca, 14
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Very fashionable bar Lobo on the pedestrian street Peña y Goñi in Gros is becoming a favorite place for diverse crowd. The street itself is an interesting mix of new and old pincho bars, small coffee shops, wine and convenient stores.  The bar with a rock-n-roll name Wolf (Lobo) is the place to visit this summer because of its variety of of hot and cold pinchos, an excellent sun-drenched terrace, an extensive selection of trendy vermouth and a restaurant downstairs.
Address:  Peña y Goñi, 6
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