Restaurants in Italy

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The colorful osteria on the dirt road that leads to Punta Licosa serves delicious local favorites and organic fresh fish. Read More

At this lively pizzeria in the Oltrarno, Neapolitan-style pies are served in a setting designed to resemble a vico (side street) in Naples, with... Read More

A relaxing wine bar by the river, the family-operated Vicolo Divino caters to the locals with a quality wine selection and a friendly, quiet atmosphere.... Read More

Some call it “a little piece of paradise.” We stayed there this fall and I must say it’s pretty close. A half hour north of Siena or forty minutes south... Read More

In 2002, the Roscioli family transformed their deli into a bakery, restaurant, and wine bar, where they serve 450 different kinds of cheeses, more than... Read More

At this enoteca con cucina, share soft chickpea farinata, triangles of airy pesto quiche, crudités, and first-rate salumi. Read More

A classic Italian alimentari (deli), Volpetti in the Testaccio area offers an overwhelming selection of meats, breads, and cheeses. The metal shelves... Read More

Our neighbor Ofelio often regales us with big hunks of boar he hunted. The meat is chopped up into cubes, marinated overnight in wine with onions and... Read More

Have lunch at ’E Curti, an osteria in the shadow of Vesuvius, where super-mamma Angela Ceriello cooks regional soul food and her son Enzo D&rsquo... Read More

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