Restaurants in Italy

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Lagoon specialties such as moeche (soft shell crab) and granseola (spider crab) fill the menu at this Murano institution, but it's the eponymous Lele,... Read More

Venice’s most authentic osteria. Inside, patrons fill up on Venetian cicheti such as lightly spiced meatballs, a pre-dinner favorite. Read More

Many times a year, we hit the Tuscan coast for this magnificent Livornese fish soup. Thick and replete with a dozen different fish, squid, and shellfish... Read More

One of Turin's many famous old cafés where you can have a coffee or aperitif in style. Read More

This is a great spot to meet friends for a late dinner after a performance at La Scala (just two minutes away). The restaurant turns out reliably good... Read More

Just a 10-minute walk from the Duomo, Caffé Cibrèo is situated outside the small, semi—open air market of Sant' Ambrogio. A casual... Read More

A vestige of a simpler time, Caffè Doria is an classic, sit-down Roman coffee house with an interior marble fountain, dark wooden paneling, and... Read More

With a history dating back to 1733, Caffé Gilli is one of the oldest continuously operating cafés in the city. Located in Piazza della... Read More

One of Turin's many famous old cafés where you can have a coffee or aperitif in style. Laid out under a vast chandelier, the spread at Caff... Read More

The no-frills bar has both counter and table service, and sells its own label of fair trade coffee beans and other accessories. Their signature bright... Read More

For foodies, it’s worth travelling hours on dicey roads to get to Caffe Sicilia on the southeast coast for the unique cold patisserie dishes from... Read More

One of Turin's many famous old cafés where you can have a coffee or aperitif in style. Read More

Guests continue to pour in, on dinghies from giant yachts anchored in the bay and from the hotel’s private beach, not to mention the people like... Read More

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