Bologna

Where to Eat and what to do

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Coffee

Colazione da Bianca

Restaurants

Le sette chiese 

Anna

Da Toto (Pizza)

Osteria della Tigre

Sette tavoli

Osteria Bottega

Spaccanapoli

Osteria dei Cavallieri

Cà Pelletti

Well Done- Hamburger

Coli: Boccone del prete

Red Brick

Aperitivo

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Zerocinquantino

Condé

Ambasciatory

Miles

Red Brick

Brunch

Estravagario

Gelato

Baita

Capo Nord

Cremeria Santo Stefano

 Chocolate (Gelato alla piastra)

Markets and others

Mercato della Terra

Margherita gardens

Cars

La Sagra del Tartufo

Chocolate Show

ROBOT

Mortadella Festival

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9 thoughts on “Bologna

  1. We ate a wonderful risotto asparagi at a little restaurant called Trattoria Belfiore. I think Bologna is a fantastic place when it comes to food, drinks,icecream etc. Next time we visit I shall see if I can find any of those places that you have mentioned in this blog.

  2. Come cook in Bologna at the Culinary Institute of Bologna for Foodies! AT CIBO you will create authentic Italian food in one of two professionally equipped modern kitchens. Learn the secret of making Bolognese Ragu and create hand-made pasta using a 100cm rolling pin. Go to the market and select your local ingredients and there are no set menus at CIBO. You and your chef/instructor decides the days menu! For more information write to info@cookingclassesinbologna.com Reviews at Tripadvisor: http://goo.gl/L8bJ45
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