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Antigua Casa Paricio

This seasoned old wine cellar and bar, founded in 1928 has retained its popularity over generations altogether. It operates as a wine shop, trading mainly in Aragonese and Rioja wines. Also it is an important stop on the traditional bar crawl round the La Magdalena neighbourhood, known as vermut (basically, drinking aperitifs) and takes place at weekends from midday until the late Spanish lunch. You may join the locals, sipping home-made vermouth accompanied by any of the mouth watering tapas on the days menu. The menu also includes simple delicacies like quail's eggs, pickles, cod croquettes, prawns and salted anchovies. You can watch herds of people of belonging to various age groups at the bar especially after midday at weekends.

Le Petit Croissant

Le Petit Croissant is perched upon Calle Hernan Cortes deep within the city of Zaragoza in Spain. The eatery serves a selection of the best warm and buttery croissants in the city. In fact the moment you step into the store, your senses are overpowered by the buttery smell of fresh baking, leaving you with the quintessential question- what do I order? Open through the week from 8a onwards (9a on Sundays), the pace is a lovely breakfast option.

Bodegas Almau

Founded in 1870, this family business is one of the most charming places in Zaragoza. Functioning as a tavern, meeting place and wine store it attracts all kinds of people, especially those between the ages of 25 and 35. It has a cellar with barrels and tables for enjoying a glass of wine with some of the excellent tapas they prepare, such as croquettes, omelets, pickles, salted anchovies or plates of cheese, ham or salamis. You may choose to sample or buy wines from all over Spain, from Basque Txakoli to Galician Ribeiro or Albariño.

La Rinconada de Lorenzo

This typical Aragonese tavern is decorated with still lives and blue pottery from Muel. Their migas (small pieces of fried bread) with ham and grapes have the taste of homemade food. When you try the roast lamb, you'll know it has been prepared by someone well versed in the secrets of roasting, and if you happen to order salmorejo eggs, remember that achieving such perfection is not easy. For dessert, try fig ice-cream with walnuts - as fresh as you can get. And to drink, you must have one of their excellent Aragonese wines!

Bull McCabe's The Irish Pub

This Irish pub has certain distinguishing features which set it a bit apart from its increasingly numerous relatives in Zaragoza, where not many places have such international appeal. For one thing, the clientele includes many foreigners, especially from the Anglo-Saxon world, and some of the staff are Irish. Furthermore, the pies on offer are highly recommended, and, occasionally, live folk music is performed. There is Guinness, of course, as well as Kilkenny and other beers to choose from. For all these reasons the bar is often full despite its considerable size, especially on weekend nights, being a popular place among students and professionals of all ages.

Churreria La Fama

Churreria La Fama is a café located upon Calle Prudencio in the Spanish city of Zaragoza. The establishment is extremely popular for its churros and other chocolate based desserts, so much so that the patrons sometimes have to wait in long queues to gain access, especially during winters. They do so cheerfully. This is one of the best places to taste and try extremely traditional Spanish sweet dishes. It is open through the week from 8a onwards.

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