Collected by Joya Anthony
Via Monte Grappa, 11, 40121 Bologna BO, Italy
When I travel, I visit places only once because I want to try everything. I went to Gelateria Gianni twice during my day and a half in Bologna. The map outside points out that all the ingredients used in their gelato come from the regions known...
Via delle Belle Arti, 17/A, 40126 Bologna BO, Italy
Bologna is well known for its culinary expertise, and one of the best restaurants in town to taste authentic Bolognese cuisine is at the Trattoria Anna Maria. This little restaurant serves only the best food from the Emilia-Romagna region of...
Via Clavature, 17/C, 40124 Bologna BO, Italy
What makes a meal great? I like to think it is a combination of atmosphere, company and, of course, the food. Starving for carbs to keep me going for the day full of museum and church hopping. We stopped at an unassuming little restaurant with...
Via Castiglione, 5, 40124 Bologna BO, Italy
Sfoglina Rina is perfect for a quiet espresso, a good piece of handmade cake or a fast lunch. Any buon palato will absolutely love this place because everything at Sfoglina Rina is homemade. The only problem at Sfoglina Rina is choosing exactly...
Via Giacomo Leopardi, 4, 40122 Bologna BO, Italy
E' Cucina is a cool restaurant owned by the Chef Cesare Marretti in Bologna. Cesare is one of the best known italian Chef. He is a master at creating italian dishes of incomparable tastes and aromatic depth. You can find him on television at La...
Via Santa Caterina, 51, 40123 Bologna BO, Italy
Once step in ask for Signor Daniele, host and owner of this foodie heaven. His home made pasta and Tortellini in Brodo are memorable, and the "Culatecca" at the main wall with different vintages of Parma Culatello it made a memorable place to be....
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