Itziar Castro, Despite being born in Barcelona, bond con Biscay y Basque country. The actress, who died on Friday at the age of 46, never hid her praise and love to the Basque, that is why he often visits the north. What’s more, it’s his name, on ORIGIN Basque, it is something that he always emphasizes and of which he is very proud. Surprisingly, the name of the actress was chosen by His mother after working for many years in one of the restaurants best known for small.
In one of his many interviews given, the translator explained the real reason where it is called Itziar: “I have family in Donostia. Although my name comes from my mother who worked for many years at restaurant playground and his close friend there was called Itziar.” This establishment is one of the longest-lived in the memory of the area, which is one of the most well-known of all. small.
In addition to giving clues about his connection to Euskadi, Itziar Castro stated His mother He instilled in her a fighting spirit that helped her fight for her goals: “My mother in the restaurant went from being in the kitchen, because of her body, to being a maître d’, because of his charisma. He taught me that the stones in the road and the insults should strengthen you. Achieving my dream was also influential. The less disappointment you feel, the more you can handle everything, even people who tell you to die. ” However, in the month of july of the year 2019the Jolastoki restaurant was forced close due to the lack of generational change, thus ending almost a century of history.
Brief history of Jolastoki
The Arana Beaskoetxea family restaurant opened its doors at this location in year 1921. The establishment, located at Paseo de Los Chopos de Getxoin its beginning a typical picnic area, until decade of the 60s became quite a reference in Basque cooking. Years later, around 1984, the place was transformed into a classic chalet surrounded by gardens. A true history of the right bank, laid out flipper in his long career of 2019 and that is one of the keys to the relationship that Itziar Castro has always had in the Basque world, from his own name to the admiration he feels for the community.