Restaurants in Italy

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Hold onto your hats: architecturally, this is the most stunning winery in Italy, perhaps the world. Visible as a mere slit in the Chianti hillside, with... Read More

A touted haven for cucina romana, Armando al Pantheon never rests on its laurels, proving that you can indeed find good food near the Pantheon. The... Read More

The refined, double-Michelin-starred restaurant combines impeccable service with Chef Gaetano Trovato’s creative dishes (suckling pig with cabbage... Read More

Food artisan Giancarlo Rubaldi presides over Bar Schiavoni, in Modena’s exquisite covered market. Oblivious to the huge lines, Rubaldi... Read More

An institution serving classic Tuscan cuisine, Bice has been popular with Milanese society since its opening in 1939. While enjoying your handmade pasta... Read More

If you're missing a good mug of beer in Rome, head to Bir e Fud in Trastevere. The pub is nestled down a narrow cobbled street; the patio space gives... Read More

 Iacopo Lenci, the 26-year-old owner, serves serious beer and formidable pub grub inside this cavernous repurposed farmhouse, next to a sweet... Read More

For a taste of Grand-Tour glamour, stop for lunch at the sea-view restaurant inside the Grand Hotel Excelsior Vittoria. Fleets of black-tied waiters... Read More

Bruscetta is a big slice of Tuscan bread toasted and rubbed on both sides with garlic and doused with freshly pressed olive oil on both sides. Crostini... Read More

This intimate restaurant is helmed by Giordano Monni, who selects ingredients at the nearby San Lorenzo market. Try the chittarini, angel-hair pasta... Read More

At the touristy but still vital Buca di Sant Antonio restaurant, lunch on grilled baby goat cooked on the spit along with an artichoke pudding. Read More

The restaurant is part of the Marchesi Antinori winery, which is located in Palazzo Antinori, the Renaissance palace that has been the winery's home... Read More

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