Most restaurants offer roast suckling pig as a huge plate with a lot of accompaniments and roast baby lamb only as a dish for two. But two of our favorite casual dining spots serve these Segovian specialties as raciones—entrée-size plates with no side dishes. We like Restaurante la Churrería de San Lorenzo because it’s in an atmospheric neighborhood outside the old city. Named for its ancient, almost crumbling church, San Lorenzo is about a 10-minute walk from the aqueduct, and La Churrería is the most popular family restaurant on the plaza. The bar looks as if it was built for a tavern scene in Man of La Mancha.