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Verona Travel Guide

Eating in Verona


Verona is well-known for its delicious cuisine. Verona inhabitants have reached high recognition for their hospitality manners and tasty food. Nowadays, many restaurants keep traditional Veronese cuisine.

Horsemeat and polenta are the main ingredients in Veronese cuisine because its culture was influenced by northern Alps. Bigoli is the most popular pasta in Verona, spaghetti made of pepper bread and bone marrow, is one of the most delicious dishes.

The daily meal is usually made up of three dishes: as a starter ďantipastoĒ, main course ďusually pastaĒ and the second one ďfish or meatĒ. There isnít a problem if you want to eat only one of them, but remember that itís a custom to pair your meal with wine. You can also eat tasty Pizzas at some restaurants. Radicchio, melons, chestnuts and kiwi fruit are frequently used in menus.

Some Restaurants and Bars in Verona:

  • Arena: Vicolo Tre Marchetti 1. You should visit this Pizzeria that opens until 1:00am. This restaurant is located in a small alley between Via Anfiteatro and Via Mazzini. Itís closed on Mondays.


  • Bella Napoli: via Marconi 14. If you want to eat the best Pizzas of this city you definitely have to go to Bella Napoli. Itís closed on Mondays.


  • Trattoria da Barca: Vicolo Tre Marchette 19b. Near from the Arena, this Pizzeria is the best place to have some good time with friends because itís very classic and warm ambiance. Itís closed on Sundays. (Tel: 045.803.0463).


  • Bottega dei Vini: Vicolo Scudo di Francia 3a. Since 1982 this Bottega has been offering the best selected wines of Italy. Although this site is small with only 20 tables in one room, itís always full of tourists. It opens until midnight and is closed on Tuesdays.


  • Maffei: Piazza dellí Erbe 38. - Near to Baroque palazzo you can taste delicacies there at affordable prices. Itís closed July & Aug, plus Sundays (and Mondays in winter). For further information: Tel 045.801.015.


  • Osteria La Fontanina: Piazzetta Fontanina. Near to the Adige River, this restaurant since 1984 has been a culinary institution in Verona. It provides a very comfortable and warm ambience and delicious fish and meat dishes.


  • Osteria Perbacco: Via Carducci 48. This restaurant is a place specialized in vegetarian dishes and fish courses at affordable prices. Itís closed on Wednesdays.


  • Osteria alla Pigna: Via Pigna 4. Restaurant located in the historical center between the Duomo and Piazza dell' Erbe. Thanks to its delicious courses, itís in the top five best osteries of Verona. Itís closed on Sundays & Mondays lunch.


  • Pero d'Oro: Via Ponte Pignolo 25. This trattoria keeps the familiar tradition of making Veronese pastas. Itís closed on Mondays.


  • San Giovanni in Foro: Corte San Giovanni in Foro 4. You can enjoy of the most delicious pizzas viewing the courtyard near from Corso Porta Borsari. Itís closed on Tuesdays.


  • Al Carro Armato: Vicolo Gatto 2a. A perfect place to get together with your friends, it is one of the most popular bars in Verona. Itís open until 2:00 am and is closed on Wednesdays.


  • Caffe dell' Erbe: Piazza dell' Erbe 32. This bar óalso known as Mazzantió is very frequented by young people, there they can listen good music and drink traditional Veronese beverages.


  • Al Mascaron: Piazza San Zeno 16. Itís a popular disco-bar for young people; it provides delicious wines, local food and a lively urban ambience. Itís closed on Mondays.


  • Osteria al Duomo: Via Duomo 7a. Renovated in the last century, this is the best bar of the entire Verona. It provides funny afternoons on Wednesdays (5-8pm) and shows of traditional music at nights on Fridays. Itís open from 4:00 pm until midnight. Itís closed on Thursdays.


  • Osteria al Vino: Via Sottoriva 9. The most authentic osterie of Verona, itís always visited by locals and foreigners.


  • Al Ponte: Via Ponte Pietra. Here you can enjoy drinking a good glass of wine while you see the Ponte Pietra and the Roman Theater. Itís open until 3:00 am and is closed on Wednesdays.


  • Ai Preti: Via Acqua Morta 27. This osterie is very popular in Verona because provides cheap wines, delicious dishes and music. Itís open until 8pm.





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