Restaurants & Bars 8

Rome, Florence, Bologna, Milan Itinerary

OMGSammiches | Nov 7, 201102:55 PM

My parents (late 60's) and my sister and I (late 20's) are spending Thanksgiving in Italy. As family travel agent and obsessive food-person, I like having my restaurants planned in advance. I like to keep to more casual, less expensive options, so that I can get away with the occasional big-ticket meal. We love traditional and modern cuisine- my folks fly in to Chicago every time I get tickets to Next, so we're open to pretty much anything- but my sister and I do appreciate the occasional younger-crowd. Below is our dinner schedule (I like to keep lunch open) there's a few suggestions needed. Recommendations?


Osteria La Gensola

Al Bric? Need an early recommendation for my sister and I, who have an 8 pm Vespa night tour. Would like to make later reservations (8:30) for romantic dinner for my parents while we're gone. Recommendations?

Osteria Cipolla Rossa (Do we need to make reservations?)

Osteria Personale

Trattoria Due G


Lunch at Osteria Francescana
Light pizza or wine bar/snacks recommendations for dinner near hotel or city center?

All-day food trip. Dinner at All'Osteria Bottega? Can I book reservations here?

Caminetto d'Oro


Osteria Di Porta Cicca

Innocenti Evasioni

Al Bric
Via Del Pellegrino, 51, Rome, Lazio 00186, IT

Via dei Giubbonari 21/23, Rome, Lazio 00186, IT

Osteria Francescana
Via Stella 22, Modena, Emilia-Romagna , IT

Caminetto d'Oro
Via de' Falegnami, 4, Bologna, Emilia-Romagna 40121, IT

La Gensola
Piazza della Gensola, 15, Rome, Lazio 00153, IT

Innocenti Evasioni
via priv. della Bindellina, nr Via Luigi Veratti, Milan, Lombardia 20155, IT

All'Osteria Bottega
Via Santa Caterina, 51, Bologna, Emilia-Romagna , IT

Osteria Personale
Borgo San Frediano, 167r, Florence, Toscana , IT

Cipolla Rossa
Via de' Conti,53, Florence, Toscana 50123, IT

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