- Trattoria Da Pietro
- Ristorante I Portici
- Trattoria Del Rosso
- Trattoria Oberdan Da Mario
- Sfoglia Rina
- Mercato di Mezzo
Via De’ Falegnami 18/A
Telephone: +39 051 6486240
open from monday to saturday: 12:00pm – 2;30pm / 7:00pm – 11:00pm
Born as a regional cuisine restaurant, today enriched with traditional Bolognese dishes with fresh pasta made with a rolling pin. There is also a carefully prepared and well-stocked wine list.
Ristorante i Portici
Via dell’Indipendenza, 69, 40121 Bologna BO
Telephone: +39 051 421 8562
Open from Tuesday to Sunday: 7:30pm – 10:30pm
I Portici focuses on a cuisine of great creativity and attentive to quality raw materials. Located within the Eden Theater, the ancient chantant café from 1899 and restored to its former glory thanks to the recovery of Liberty-style frescoes.
“La Terrazza” Bistrot 2nd floor, elegant and cozy, it is located on the second floor of the Hotel and overlooks the large terrace of I Portici, set between via Indipendenza, the Parco della Montagnola and the Scalinata del Pincio.
Trattoria Del Rosso
Via Augusto Righi, 30
Telephone: +39 051 236730
open every day from 12:00pm to 3:00pm and from 7:00pm to 00:00
Characterized by an informal and familiar atmosphere with wooden tables, straw chairs and yellow paper napkins, as in the old taverns, it serves its customers the authentic traditional dishes as they could be found in a typical Bolognese house.
Trattoria Oberdan Da Mario
Via Guglielmo Oberdan 43/A
Telephone: 051 031 0056
Open everyday, from Monday to Wednesday 6:30pm – 11:00pm; from Thursday to Sunday 12:00pm – 2:30pm / 6:30pm – 11:00pm
Il ristorante Trattoria Oberdan offers traditional Emilia Romagna dishes, but also Mediterranean cuisine with fresh and quality ingredients. All wrapped in the magic of the historic center of Bologna, a stone’s throw from Piazza Maggiore.
The Ancient Market in the Quadrilater
Starting from Piazza Maggiore it is possible to go into the adjacent alleys and let yourself go to the aromas and perfumes that characterize them, because in the quadrilateral the best Emilian production and tradition is gathered, with the characteristic shops whose merchandise is exhibited on benches outside the entrances.
The quadrilateral is delimited by Via degli Orefici, Portico del Pavaglione, Via Clavature and Via Castiglione and for centuries it has been the seat of markets devoted to commerce so much that some streets still remember the ancient origins to which they were destined.
This is the heart of Bologna “the fat”, in which all the love for food emerges strongly for the sight and smell. Here numerous shops offer outdoor chairs and tables where you can sit and taste the typical products accompanied by a good glass of wine. Ideal for brunches and aperitifs, the quadrilateral will amaze you with its cold cuts and cheeses, its crescente, tigelle, crescentine and its tortellini “take away”.
Via Castiglione, 5/b
Telephone: +39 051 991 1710
Open from monday to sunday: 11:30am – 7:00pm
Fresh hand-made pasta made from generation to generation since 1963. A convivial space, unpretentious but with fresh and genuine food.
Il Mercato Di Mezzo
Via Clavature 12
Telephone: +39 051 228782
Open from monday to sunday: 9:00am – 00:00
Ancient medieval market transformed, after the Unification of Italy, into the first covered market of the city.
The structure is divided into three floors, and is a space where to buy or consume food and wine products and excellent dishes:
On the ground floor there are large and small tables in common use and food shops, placed in the side niches as in the nineteenth-century plan: meat, fish, salami, cheese, fruit, bread, pasta, ice cream and pastry, wines.
On the first floor is the Eataly pizzeria “Rosso Pomodoro”.
On the second floor, among suggestive barrel vaults, you can enjoy a fresh craft beer, with additional tables and chairs in the adjoining restaurant.