One of Italy's Hottest Restaurants is Inside a Medium-Security Prison
InGalera, which is Italian for "In Prison,” opened in October after the area formerly used as a dorm for prison guards was converted into a restaurant to teach 1,200 inmates catering skills.
The restaurant has become way more than a rehabilitation and teaching facility; diners can expect everything they would from other top-notch Italian spots, including white tablecloths, an excellent wine list and dishes of rabbit and veal filet.
Prices are downright reasonable compared to nearby restaurants—even those that are much less popular than InGalera. As Italian food critic Valerio Massimo Visintin said, "You have to go to jail to find honest prices."