This restaurant and bar is located on the hill of Castel San Pietro, to the east of Verona, and is still unspoiled by mass tourism. You won't be disappointed - it's the ideal place for a business lunch, a sunset dinner, or just a drink. The breathtaking view that can be enjoyed from the terrace is just incredible!
Situated in the Cannaregio, near the church of the miracle, it is a good place to rest your feet and try vinillos with cichetti or as we call it in Spain, tapas. The place is frequented by locals (besides tourists), so the atmosphere is very familiar. The owners, ve run the place are very friendly. The prices are a little high much like a lot of places in Venice.
La Pecora Nera is a very nice spot right next to the Church of San Zeno that's perfect for coffee in the morning, lunches and snacks during the day, and drinks in the evening. They have an excellent wine list and glasses are served with olives and chips with dip. All topped off with great music!
This cafe is also known as the cafe without doors, because historically, guests arrived on horseback, so there were no doors, facilitating service! It's not exactly economic, but it's worth a look, and the coffee with chocolate and mint is delicious.
The best cocktail bar in Verona with an impressive snack and drinks menu, from the most classic, to the truly innovative. One example is the molecular cocktails or sea flavoured. Great service, with really low prices for what they offer. Try it!
Tourist restaurants abound in the Prato della Valle. However, this restaurant has managed to maintain its own style despite being hidden away to the side of the square. The food is good, with options changing every day for decent prices. We tried the excellent mullet, and a delicious cream cake with nuts. The location isn't the best, but the service is friendly (if a bit slow). Open on Sundays, which is a rarity.
Its furnished in 50's style. Enoteca transmits nostalgia, with iron chairs with padded seat and shelves which include wine bottles. There are blackboards scattered everywhere, with reports of things, written in Venetian, praising the divine nectar, while hanging on the walls are rusty tools used in rural life and 33 rpm albums. Not only to eat and drink, but also to events or to attend an evening of live music.
The Renzo tavern, located in the central Contra Frasche, is acknowledged by many loyal customers as the best place for an aperitif in Vicenza. A few dozen metres from the main Piazza dei Signori, this is the kind of place that can easily escape a tourist's notice. It's really small and always crowded, so it's difficult to find a seat at one of the four or five tables. The lights are soft and low, there are warm wood details, and the only white wall was decorated with photos of famous actors in black and white.
The system that this historic restaurant has adopted is simple: each slice of bread costs one euro (as well as most of the drinks, served in mini glasses), and are served in a tray, after choosing from those in the display case. The delicious canapes are homemade, topped with homemade mayonnaise and simple ingredients - egg and anchovies, shrimp, crab meat, vegetables, truffles, eggs and asparagus, and even caviar or smoked salmon. Delicious with a glass of prosecco ... the only downside are the crowds of people, especially at the weekends.