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?)
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?
Osteria Di Porta Cicca
Via Del Pellegrino, 51, Rome, Lazio 00186, IT
Via dei Giubbonari 21/23, Rome, Lazio 00186, IT
Via Stella 22, Modena, Emilia-Romagna , IT
Via de' Falegnami, 4, Bologna, Emilia-Romagna 40121, IT
Piazza della Gensola, 15, Rome, Lazio 00153, IT
via priv. della Bindellina, nr Via Luigi Veratti, Milan, Lombardia 20155, IT
Via Santa Caterina, 51, Bologna, Emilia-Romagna , IT
Borgo San Frediano, 167r, Florence, Toscana , IT
Via de' Conti,53, Florence, Toscana 50123, IT