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Restaurants in Foligno (Perugia)

Il Bacco Felice  


Run by Sicilian Salvatore Denaro.

Sicilian Salvatore Denaro, the gregarious owner of this enoteca (his surname means "money" in Latin), is happy to explain the wines of Umbria and beyond. He selects good bread and cheeses. He also makes his own soups, keeping them very simple to bring out the flavor of the bean or farro or local product he wants to showcase. Great at explaining wines to the novice or at finding the right wine for the expert. — Judy Edelhoff

Major Credit Cards  
Via Garibaldi, 73, Foligno, IT-PG Map
Tel. 0742.341.019
Closed Mondays


Sparafucile  


View toward the Duomo.

Great food and wine plus outdoor seating by the façade of the Duomo is Foligno at its best. The Duomo, otherwise known as the Cathedral of San Feliciano (1133-1201), is Romanesque on the outside, 18th-century on the inside. Since the people of Foligno were deeply involved in both Papal States battles and liberation fighting, "Sparafucile" — jargon for "shooter" or "assassin" — is appropriate. — Judy Edelhoff

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Largo Carducci, 30, Foligno, IT-PG Map
Tel. 0742.342.602
Closed Sundays


Villa Roncalli  


Don't be in a hurry...

This 16th-century villa on the outskirts south of Foligno in secluded tranquility is where well-heeled locals like to dine. Talented chef Maria Luisa conjures memorable meals at a leisurely pace, so don't be in a hurry. Everything is homemade. (Even at breakfast, if one can nab an upstairs room, in the frescoed dining room bread, jams, cornetto, and other freshly-baked treats.) The fixed price dinner (€45) is excellent value for both the quality of food and the accompanying wines. Closed most of January and the last three weeks of August. — Judy Edelhoff

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Viale Roma, 25, Foligno, IT-PG Map
Tel. 0742.391.091
Closed Mondays



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