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docrdd
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Italy restaurant recommendations

Looking for favorite restaurants in Venice, Florence and Rome. Taking a trip in March for my wife's 50th. Thx.


Epic Cajun
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re: Italy restaurant recommendations
We really enjoyed Antico Arco in Rome.


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CidCock
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re: Italy restaurant recommendations
Miscellanea right behind the Pantheon in Rome is a good spot. Super affordable relatively speaking and fantastic. Highly recommended.


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GeauxTigers777
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re: Italy restaurant recommendations
Antica Trattoria da Tito in Florence is an experience. Very good food. You will need reservations. I literally don't know how to describe it. Great Florentine steak with good house wine. The cashier was a guy wearing a bikini top, and the manager/owner yelled multiple profanities and came around and drank with you during the dinner. Truly a unique experience that I would go back to in a heartbeat.
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AbitaFan08
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re: Italy restaurant recommendations
Highly recommend Ora D’Aria in Florence. It’s got a Michelin star, and the secret is to go for lunch because it’s not terribly busy and they do a lunch tasting menu for something like 40 euros.

Fantastic meal.


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re: Italy restaurant recommendations
+1 for La Buchetta in Florence.


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geauxskeet
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re: Italy restaurant recommendations
Venice, we love Poste Vecie.


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geauxpurple
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re: Italy restaurant recommendations
Florence -
Natalino was very good.

Ristorante Saint Ambrogio - Had a good dinner there Easter Sunday night 2018.

Cacio Vino Trallalla is a little wine bar with good food.


Venice

Al Covo - Fresh exotic seafood.

Osteria Alla Testiere - Small place, excellent seafood.

Ai Barbacano - Larger, more casual seafood restaurant.

L'Osteria di Santa Marino - Great little place on the square of the same name.

Ristorante Alle Corone - We ate there on our last night which happened to be our anniversary. Would be great for the birthday dinner.

With the exception of Al Covo, the Venice places are just off the main drag between St. Mark's and the Rilato.


Rome

The last few times I went to Rome we ate in some of the more casual places.

Hosteria Costanza has good food in historic surroundings. It is near Campo di Fiore.

Enoteca Cul du Sac is a nice little wine bar near Piazza Navona and the food is very good.


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docrdd
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re: Italy restaurant recommendations
thank you!


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HoustonGumbeauxGuy
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re: Italy restaurant recommendations
Anitique Tiger blhad an in game thread while he was there. Lots of info was posted.

I didn’t search for it, but it was with him the past 18 months I’d say.


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