This is the fourth and final installment in a four-part series of my favorite Italian food porn from our recent trip. The other three parts are linked below.
Part four: small-town restaurants
One could argue whether or not some of these sites are actually small towns... it's all relative once you start traveling through the Italian countryside. All of these sites were reached via daytrip from our agriturismo in Le Marche, and each had its own distinct charm. In contrast with our culinary adventures in Florence and Venice, visiting these smaller cities was much more about slow food and slow travel, sampling the local fare, and taking a deep-deep-deep breath to soak it all in. In some cases, we had a recommendation for a specific restaurant. More often than not, we followed our nose and found a place that suited our needs in the moment. Regardless, each of these towns had their own stories to tell; links and recommendations are provided below.
Hop on over to Wanderlust & Lipstick's WanderFood Wednesday for more mouth-watering pics.
Galleria girolamo magi
52031 - Anghiari (AR)
+39 0575 788893
Strada dei Cappuccinelli, 18
S. Lucia - Perugia
+39 075 44235
Piazza San Rufino, 5
+39 075 81 55 209
Osteria Della Luna Di Ercoles E Cimarelli
Via Umberto Primo
61012 Gradara (PU)
+39 0541 969838
Taverna della Rocca
Via Leopardi, 22
61040 Frontone (PU)
+39 0721 786109
* A few of my favorite things, part one: big-city restaurants
* A few of my favorite things, part two: festival snacky-treats
* A few of my favorite things, part three: handmade with love