Barà Japanese Fusion Restaurant: A Journey Through Oriental Flavors in Avellino

Andrea Rullo, a young chef who was born and raised in Avellino in the Campania region and passionate about the oriental flavors, decided to open his Japanese restaurant right in the city where he was born. After procuring invaluable knowledge and experience in Italy and abroad over the years, he felt ready to embark on his project of introducing new flavors and experiences to his … Continue reading Barà Japanese Fusion Restaurant: A Journey Through Oriental Flavors in Avellino

Italian Farm Stay at Agriturismo Regio Tratturo with Homegrown Ingredients and Local Home Cooking

Sometimes navigators take you to the least expected side roads, most often the paths less trodden, which can end up in harrowing conditions and that’s the time when you swear you will never take those shortcuts again. But unpredictably, at the end of it all, you can be rewarded with a picturesque view. There are two roads that take you to Agriturismo Regio Tratturo, the … Continue reading Italian Farm Stay at Agriturismo Regio Tratturo with Homegrown Ingredients and Local Home Cooking

The Second Daniele Gourmet of Giuseppe Maglione Opens in Salerno

Daniele Gourmet finds its second new home in the city of Salerno. Still in the same region of Campania, the first Daniele Gourmet of Giuseppe Maglione was opened in the town of Avellino in 2016. But this new pizzeria has a bright and refreshing look. Its position along the tree-lined Lungomare Trieste fronting the sea complements the atmosphere of the place, perhaps even the mood. … Continue reading The Second Daniele Gourmet of Giuseppe Maglione Opens in Salerno

Ristorante Trigu: Two Michelin Star Chef Anthony Genovese Lands in Sardegna

The new Trigu Restaurant in Sassari has recently seen a modification towards a contemporary style while keeping its Sardinian soul. Recently inaugurated, It is now under the guidance of Anthony Genovese, chef of two Michelin star Il Pagliaccio Restaurant in Rome. Trigu, which means wheat in the Sardinian language, evokes the traditions of a primeval culture, such as the ancient art of pasta entirely worked … Continue reading Ristorante Trigu: Two Michelin Star Chef Anthony Genovese Lands in Sardegna

Me Geisha Marina d’Arechi: Japanese Fusion Restaurant at Salerno’s Exclusive Touristic Port

From whichever angle you look at Me Geisha Salerno, it reveals total success. Created in 2013 by Giuseppe Tuosto, an Italian – American entrepreneur, the succession of years glided towards an achievement of pegging its position as one of the best Japanese fusion restaurants in Salerno. Seven years later, he opened another Me Geisha in Salerno. This time it is at the Marina d’Arechi, a … Continue reading Me Geisha Marina d’Arechi: Japanese Fusion Restaurant at Salerno’s Exclusive Touristic Port

A Trip to the Territory of Catanzaro in Calabria with Undiscovered Italy Tours

The fourth edition of the Undiscovered Italy Tours created by Daniela Corti Events took place between 19 to 22 July in the province of Catanzaro in Calabria with a selection of travel bloggers and specialized journalists. It was made possible with the patronage of Enit, partnership with the Camera di Commercio di Catanzaro and with the support of the Municipality and Proloco of Tiriolo, and … Continue reading A Trip to the Territory of Catanzaro in Calabria with Undiscovered Italy Tours

Me Geisha Salerno: The Best Japanese Fusion Restaurant in Town

Me Geisha Salerno was born from the idea of Italian – American entrepreneur Giuseppe Tuosto. Being an accomplished restaurateur in the United States after opening successful Asian fusion restaurants both in New York and Los Angeles, he decided to trace back his roots and traverse his way to where his family originated from, Italy. Immediately, he found the connection to Salerno where he settled down. … Continue reading Me Geisha Salerno: The Best Japanese Fusion Restaurant in Town

Tre Olivi Ristorante in Paestum, Italy: A Contemporary Tribute to the Mediterranean Diet

Paestum was a major ancient city of the Magna Graecia on the Tyrrhenian coast, which has a great historic meaning to the modern period for its three well-preserved ancient temples in the Doric order dating back from 550 to 450 BC surrounded by the ancient city walls. Capaccio Paestum, the modern town that lies directly to the south of the archaeological site, offers something else … Continue reading Tre Olivi Ristorante in Paestum, Italy: A Contemporary Tribute to the Mediterranean Diet

Il Golfo Ristorante at Hotel Raito: Living the Italian Dream at the Amalfi Coast

There are many magnificent places that take part in the beauty of Italy and undoubtedly, the Amalfi Coast is one of those. The resplendence of its landscape along the mountainous coastline with the blue Tyrrhenian Sea takes your breath away. Located just south of Naples in the Campania region, Amalfi Coast is also easily reachable by car or by public transport. Driving along SS 163, … Continue reading Il Golfo Ristorante at Hotel Raito: Living the Italian Dream at the Amalfi Coast

Tre Noghere Restaurant in Treviso, Italy: Traditional Venetian Cuisine in Valdobbiadene

Tre Noghere is an informal and rustic family-run restaurant immersed in the Piave Valley at the foot of the Venetian hills where Cartizze wine is produced. Surrounding the restaurant are rows of vineyards and rolling green hills, an ambience that completely plunges you to the genuine local tradition and environs. Traditional Venetian dishes and a good selection of the local wines make up the menu … Continue reading Tre Noghere Restaurant in Treviso, Italy: Traditional Venetian Cuisine in Valdobbiadene

The Union of Gastronomy and Art at Pizzeria Terrarossa in Puglia, Italy

A restaurant splashed with colors gives life to this restaurant located just around the corner of the Conversano Castle built by the Normans in 1094 along the wide walking road Corso Domenico Morea. Created in 2004 by co-proprietors Matteo Fratella and Mimmo Perricci, Pizzeria Terrarossa was a union between gastronomy and art of Puglia, a place where the culinary identity of an incredible land and … Continue reading The Union of Gastronomy and Art at Pizzeria Terrarossa in Puglia, Italy

A Mix of Modern and Traditional Sardinian Cuisine at Niu Restaurant in Cagliari

Centrally located in Cagliari’s pedestrian zone along Corso Vittorio Emanuele II, Niu Restaurant is housed in a part of the enthralling ex-monastery of San Francesco of Stampace that was built by the Franciscans around 1250. A mixture of medieval architectural elements of barrel-vaulted brick and frescoed ceilings accentuated by colorful modern components. The bar lounge is on the ground floor upon entry while the restaurant … Continue reading A Mix of Modern and Traditional Sardinian Cuisine at Niu Restaurant in Cagliari

Highlighting Basilicata’s Finest Products at Taverna Re Manfredi in Matera, Italy

Matera, Italy’s city of ancient cave stone dwellings from the Paleolithic Age turned into one of the country’s most extraordinary and unique travel destinations has a myriad of proposals for every person who walks on this breathtaking location. You can amaze yourself in walking through alleys, caves, and rupestrian churches and you can also take in the tradition of the land through its kitchen. One … Continue reading Highlighting Basilicata’s Finest Products at Taverna Re Manfredi in Matera, Italy

Genuinely Good Lucanian Cuisine at Becco della Civetta in Castelmezzano

The drive through Basilicata Region opens up to a charming little surprise. Concealed in the Lucanian Dolomites at an altitude of around 1000 meters is the town of Castelmezzano, a peaceful jewel with a breathtaking landscape of the mountain ranges. Its undisturbed tranquility and resplendence has enchanted anyone who crosses its path. In fact, it is among the towns comprising the Borghi Più Belli d’Italia … Continue reading Genuinely Good Lucanian Cuisine at Becco della Civetta in Castelmezzano

Discovering Conversano, a Town of Art and Culture in Puglia, Italy

Conversano, formerly the ancient Cupersanum, was inhabited as early as the Iron Age, the last of the epoch of the protohistory of humanity after the Stone Age and Bronze Age, when the Peucetians founded Norba. Later on, in the 6th century, it flourished into a trading town with strong influence from the neighboring Greek colonies. It was then conquered by the ancient Romans in 268 … Continue reading Discovering Conversano, a Town of Art and Culture in Puglia, Italy