Each night of the festival, we host a dinner where we dine as a group--a Cuadrilla--like the locals do in the streets. Our Cuadrilla is held inside the beautiful Baluarte Arts Centre, with free flowing wine and delicious meal prepared by a local chef. Afterwards, we join Pamplona VIPs for a cocktail on the roof of the Baluarte and watch Pamplona's famous fireworks.*
*Baluarte does not permit children under 12 on the rooftop terrace for the fireworks. If you are traveling with young children, please purchase the dinner-only option for those who will not attend the rooftop fireworks.
Rodero, is a family business with over 40 years offering creative cuisine of the highest quality with its own unique identity.Its Chef, Koldo, holds a Michelin Star and his cuisine is characterized by loving affection and detail in the creation of new flavors that are the fruit of traditional products from the Navarran Region - a vanguardism and imagination that combine to produce the resulting exceptional cuisine.The restaurant is located immediately across from Pamplona's Bull Ring. It makes Rodero the perfect place to enjoy an amazing lunch or dinner before of after bullfights.
Chez Belagua welcomes you to the Basque region with a traditional cider house menu accompanied by cider and Navarran wines. Located on Estafeta—the festival’s most famous street—Chez Belagua is a lively dining experience in the heart of the festival.
What better way to start your exploration of Basque wine and tapas (pintxos) than a guided tasting with a local expert! Take a seat in a tapas bar open exclusively to our guests, and taste your way through 3 local wines, each paired with its own pintxo. The tasting is accompanied by commentary from a local food & wine expert who will discuss the wines--their varieties, production, and wineries--and the innovative pintxos, which present traditional basque cooking with a twist.Children are welcome, and have their own menu of croquettes, ham sandwich, and orange juice.